EXPERT TREATMENT, HOPE AND HEALING
Important Class Information
We very much want you to enjoy your exercise classes, but it is important you exercise safely and effectively in order to get the most out of them. We therefore kindly ask you to read the following useful information:
Wear comfortable clothing and supportive footwear such as trainers (aerobic class only).
Bring some water with you and a thick towel or mat to lay on.
If you are pregnant it is advisable to bring a small snack bar (or something similar) with you in your bag. If you are 16 weeks pregnant or more you’ll also need to bring some pillows with you to be positioned suitably during the class.
Please let the physiotherapist know if there have been any changes in your health since signing up for the classes or since your last attendance.
If you are feeling unwell during the class or experience any pain then let your physiotherapist know immediately.
It is important that you attend all your classes. This is not only to ensure you get the most out of your course but also out of fairness to those patients who may be on a waiting list as our numbers are limited.
Your place is confirmed on receipt of BACS payment for your chosen course of classes.
If you are new to our classes we need to assess you prior to attending. This is not only to comply with our professional code of practice, but to ensure you get the most out of them in order to achieve your goals. An assessment will take one hour and cost £6o.
The physiotherapist is not able to offer individual physiotherapy consultations during the class. If you would like an individual consultation please see ‘appointments’ for prices and contact ‘Physio for Women’ to book in.
Physio for Women – Specialist Physiotherapy & Pilates