Studio194: Sue Croft PhysioFitness

It is with much sadness and regret that our Gladstone Road Studio 194 PhysioFitness Pilates, Yoga and Dance classes have closed permanently. It has been a heart-wrenching decision as I have loved developing the Studio over the past three and a half years and having the opportunity to progress our patients onto further exercise at the Studio. I have loved the ethos of the Studio and the community that has been established. It has been my little baby and I am terribly sad that I can no longer keep it open.

My physiotherapist Studio instructors – Jane, Martine, Megan and Alex – who all work with me at my Hampstead Road consulting rooms have also enjoyed the opportunity to help women apply the exercise advice they learn in the consulting rooms into the exercise environment at the Gladstone Road Studio.

My other instructors – Marzena (Yoga), Darci (Dance) and Alison (Barre) have all been enthusiastic proponents of their chosen specialty. They adapted their teachings as necessary to incorporate cueing for the pelvic floor.

To have had a large facility to send ladies who have significant prolapse, who have had repair surgery and all types of pelvic floor dysfunction and be able to exercise knowing that their pelvic floor will not be compromised has been such a blessing and one we will all miss.

My Hampstead Road consulting practice will continue unaffected of course. And some good news is we will still be conducting ‘one-on-ones’ and  small group sessions at the consulting rooms in our downstairs gym area. The ‘Reformer’ will continue to be available. These physiotherapy sessions will continue to attract a normal health insurance rebate.

We have closed the Gladstone Road Studio to focus entirely on continuing our valuable work at my 47 Hampstead Road, Highgate Hill consulting rooms with our Pelvic Health (and musculo-skeletal) physios Jane, Martine, Megan, Alex and myself.

Thank you for all your support over the past years and I am so sorry that I couldn’t keep the Studio going.

Sue Croft

Physiotherapist