By True Potential

True Potential Physiotherapy are excited to announce our Pilates and Barre class timetable.  More class times will be added once these sessions are filled!  Our group Pilates and Barre classes will have a maximum of seven in each class, and clinical Pilates classes will have a maximum of four. Monday 9:30am Group Pilates Wednesday 9:30am Barre 10:30am Barre 5:30pm Group Pilates 6:30pm Clinical Pilates Friday 7:30am Group Pilates 9:30am Group Pilates Come and try your

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By True Potential

True Potential Physiotherapy has officially opened our doors and we have already met some awesome clients! Come on down and see what our fabulous Physio can do for you. Our Pilates room is decked out in the latest brand spanking new 'Balanced Body' equipment. We're offering *Clinical Pilates (you must have a Pilates assessment with our Physio first), Casual group classes and private sessions. With a maximum class size of four people (clinical) or seven

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By True Potential

We'd love to welcome you to our new business by offering a MASSIVE 25% discount to anyone booking and attending an initial consultation in the month of May.  We officially open our doors on the 16th of this month and there are plenty of appointments available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. To book an appointment: Click here; Go to our Facebook Page; or Call us during business hours on 0481 840 480. This offer is open to

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By True Potential

When you ask dancers what their biggest fear is – many will tell you it is the fear of getting injured. However, it is important to remember that your dancing life is not necessarily over because of an injury. In fact an injury can turn out to be one of the best experiences in your dance career. It can give you an opportunity to take the time to listen to and learn about your body

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By True Potential

We all know that there is an “ideal” posture that we all strive to achieve while we are in dance class, but what is it and why is it so important? Well balance alignment is essential for dancers to develop good dance technique and prevent injury. Dancers need to learn to control this placement not only whilst standing in class, but also as they move through space. Controlling alignment is an ongoing challenge and something

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