Welcome to Active Pilates - Ormeau, a small home-based business owned and operated by Denitta Morris. Ormeau is conveniently located half way between Brisbane and the Gold Coast and just minutes off the Pacific Motorway, click here to find us.
We provide quality instruction in our Pilates studio using Pilates equipment and Matwork Classes. All bodies, ages, sporting and rehabilitation requirements can be accommodated, and we welcome new members from beginners to advanced to come along and become a part of our Pilates community. Check out our Schedule and Pricing.
Active Pilates is a registered studio with Health Fund providers: BUPA (MBF, HBA, Mutual Community) AHM, NIB, HCILTD. If you are currently with a health fund provider not listed we may be able to help you so please don't hesitate to ask.
Gayle Schrodter brings many years of Remedial Massage Therapy experience to Active Pilates and is a recognised Health Care Provider.
We are a registered Work Experience Facilitation Site (WEFS) for Pilates International Training Centre (PITC). We are pleased to be involved with students developing their skills and assist them through the study process. We understand the commitment required by the students and the seemingly endless observation, study and training hours.
In 2016 we proudly became stockists of the world renown Lorna Jane Activewear, we welcome you to pop into our Retail Store located in Ormeau.
Pilates is for everyone - you can expect a quality, full bodied workout with your individual needs being met.
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Well… I am putting on my big girl pants and heading to Sydney on the 10th December 2016 for the work out of the YEAR Part 1 Sally Anderson: Matwork on the Foam Roller Part 2 Tamara O’Reilly: Magic Circle Part 3 Lanette Garvan: Advanced I Look Forward To Sharing With You All On My ReturnRead More »
www.terrarosa.com.au Intermuscular force transmission along myofascial chains Recently Krause and colleagues from Department of Sports Medicine, Goethe University in Germany published a review to provide a systematic overview on tensile transmission along myofascial chains based on anatomical dissection studies and in vivo experiments. As evidence for the existence of myofascial chains is growing, and the capability of force transmission via myofascial chains has been hypothesized. However, there is still a lack of evidence concerning the functional significance and capability for force transfer. A systematic literature research was conducted using MEDLINE (Pubmed), ScienceDirect and Google Scholar. Studied myofascial chains encompassed the superficial backline (SBL), the back functional line (BFL) and the front functional line (FFL). Peer-reviewed human dissection studies as well as in vivo experiments reporting intermuscular tension transfer between the constituents of a myofascial chain were included. To assess methodic quality, two independent investigators rated studies by means of validated assessment tools (QUACS and[…]Read More »