Transitioning from Post-Rehab to Fitness Pilates

Transitioning from Post-Rehab


Transitioning from Post-Rehab to Fitness Pilates 

Not-so-basic Modifications for Every Body

Focusing on Pilates mat work, learn how to modify each exercise to adapt to the deconditioned couch potato or certified desk jockey, in addition to people with common injuries and conditions using props and creativity. Become confident in having clients with special considerations join your classes, and determine if they will need to start with private instruction before attending a group class.

Based on the underlying principles of Pilates movements, this course provides an introduction into working in post-rehab Pilates.




  • Identify clients who need modifications in a group setting and who can benefit from private instruction
  • Provide safe and effective, yet challenging, options for variations of Pilates exercises to individuals without embarrassing them
  • Modify Pilates exercises using sound principles of motor learning and progressions and regressions
  • Design a class plan that is safe for most people using modifications of Pilates mat exercises
  • Add new exercises to your repertoire that can challenge any class participant


Transitioning to Fitness Pilates


  •  Pilates Mat or comprehensive training
  •  Personal training certification
  •  Physiotherapist


Duration: 4 hours                            


Further Details

Pending PMA credits— the PMA is recognised by REPS for retrospective CPD points.     

There will be a short written, multiple answer comprehension test towards the end of the course to ensure that key information from this course has been understood prior to leaving the workshop. 

Transitioning from Post-Rehab to Fitness Pilates
typical course price: £125.00
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