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APPI Equipment Level 2 - Scapulo Thoracic Stabilisation

$870.00 inc. GST

APPI Pilates Equipment Level 2 continues to explore beginner and intermediate movements on the large Pilates equipment with the predominate focus being the upper quadrant.  Incorporate the basic concepts of the large Pilates equipment introduced in Equipment Level 1, to exercises addressing the upper limb and scapulo thoracic region. You will once again learn movements on the reformer, cadillac, split pedal chair and arc barrel as well as countless modifications. Following the completion of Equipment Level 1 (lumbo-pelvic) and Level 2 (scapulo-thoracic) you will have a sound basis of foundation equipment repertoire upon which to build in the subsequent Equipment Levels 3 & Equipment Level 4. 

Course sessions

Location Address Dates
QLD Forge Pilates 249 Montague Road West End QLD 4101 | Sat 10am - 5pm & Sun 9am-5pm Start date: 27 Jul 2024 10:00
End date: 28 Jul 2024 17:00
VIC Unite Health 18 St Edmonds Road Prahran VIC 3181 | 10am-6pm each day Start date: 09 Sep 2024 10:00
End date: 10 Sep 2024 18:00
SA Move for Better Health | 277 Unley Road Malvern SA 5061 | Sat 10.30am-6pm & Sun 9am-5pm Start date: 12 Oct 2024 10:30
End date: 13 Oct 2024 17:00
NSW Balmain Sports Medicine | 118 Victoria Road Rozelle NSW 2039 | 9am-5pm each day Start date: 19 Oct 2024 09:00
End date: 20 Oct 2024 17:00
VIC Unite Health | 18 St Edmonds Road Prahran VIC 3181 | 9am-5pm each day Start date: 26 Oct 2024 09:00
End date: 27 Oct 2024 17:00
WA ProMotion Physio + Pilates | 9 Leura Avenue Claremont WA 6010 | Sat 10am-5pm & Sun 9am-5pm Start date: 03 May 2025 10:00
End date: 04 May 2025 17:00
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APPI Pilates Equipment Level 2 builds upon the movements, understanding, cueing skills and exercise selection framework of Pilates Equipment Level 1. Theory and practical workshops over the two days review functional and surface anatomy of the scapulo-thoracic region.

Thirty-two movements for training scapulo-thoracic stabilisation on Pilates based equipment are taught through observation, participation and practice teaching. Discussions of clinical application of the Pilates movements occurs throughout teaching, and a presenter-led workshop on exercise selection assists in providing participants with an understanding and ability to teach these exercises to patients and clients after the course.

Case studies are reviewed and participants have the opportunity to design and discuss their own treatment plans. A guided workshop on imagery for the neck and shoulders aims to further expand the communication and cueing skills of participants.

Arm press and variations on the split pedal chair.  This is one of the scapulothoracic exercises covered on the APPI Pilates Equipment Level 2 course.

-  I loved the in-depth teaching and clinical reasoning for each exercise and its modifications/variations. Given the opportunity to practice all the exercises

-  Having a small class size was really beneficial for my learning and we were each able to get a lot of feedback

-  I really thought the presenters were extremely knowledgeable, easily approachable and the course was run exceptionally well

-  The presenter was fantastic, the layout and running order of both days was smooth and organised

-  The instructor was very knowledgeable and related all exercise into a clinical scenario

-  Katherine was a wonderful teacher and gave many relevant clinical examples and insights

APPI Equipment Level 1 is the prerequisite for this course.  To veiw our upcoming Level 1 course dates click here.

This course is open to: Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Osteopaths, Sports Therapists, Chiropractors, Rehabilitation Therapists, Doctors, Myotherapists/ Massage Therapists, Physiotherapy students, Cert 3 Fitness Instructors and Pilates Instructors who have completed a 2 day foundation matwork course.  If you hold a qualification outside the above please contact us directly.