ATHLETIC YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
Athletic Youth Development (AYD) is an initiative designed by Mill Park Physiotherapy to introduce the benefits of strength training to youth and adolescents (ages 8 – 17 years). Each session is supervised by a qualified physiotherapist.
Each athlete/child will have an individualised exercise program appropriately designed to develop specific attributes for performance and/or health and wellbeing.
STRONG FOR LIFE
Strong For Life (SFL) is an initiative designed by Mill Park Physiotherapy to introduce the benefits of strength training to older adults.
Appropriately implemented strength training has shown to be essential in preventing and reversing the natural age-related loss of muscle mass, as well as promoting numerous health benefits.
SuperWomen is an initiative designed by Mill Park Physiotherapy to introduce the benefits of strength training to women of all ages in a fun and friendly environment.
Each session is run by a trained physiotherapist who will develop an exercise program tailored to meet your specific goals and requirements.
SMALL GROUP GYM
Small Group Gym classes are supervised by a qualified physiotherapist.
Your physiotherapist will design you an individualised exercise program tailored to your specific goals and needs - whether that be rehabilitating specific injuries, improving function and performance, or general conditioning.
Equipment utilised may include machine-based weights, free weights and/or Clinical Pilates equipment (reformer and trapezius table).
Mat-Based Exercise classes are run by a qualified physiotherapist.
Your physiotherapist will run the group through a general exercise program aimed at improving general conditioning, postural control, mobility and strength. Mat-based exercise classes are perfect if you are looking to have fun and exercise in a friendly and supportive environment.
GLA:D® is an education and exercise program developed by researchers in Denmark for people with hip or knee osteoarthritis symptoms.
This program is unique in that the education and exercises provided can be applied to everyday activities. By strengthening and correcting daily movement patterns, participants will train their bodies to move properly, prevent symptom progression and reduce pain.