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APPI Clinical Pilates Instructor Teacher Training Courses 

The APPI (Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute) Clinical Pilates Teacher Training Courses have been designed by Physiotherapists specifically for Physiotherapists and allied health professionals. Established in 1999, the APPI are world leaders in Pilates teacher training courses. The training will equip you with the skills and knowledge to further assist clients in their health and rehabilitation goals using clinically-safe Pilates techniques. 

Choose Your Pathway to Becoming a Certified Clinical Pilates Instructor

Full APPI Matwork & Equipment Certification Series 

 

APPI Equipment Certification Series 

 

APPI Matwork Certification Series 

Full APPI Matwork & Equipment Pilates Certification   APPI Equipment Pilates Certification   APPI Matwork Pilates Certification
         

This is our most popular training option and includes comprehensive clinical Pilates in both Matwork & Equipment Pilates.  

  The APPI Equipment Certification Series provides you with fundamental knowledge to teach equipment Pilates on the reformer, cadillac, split pedal chair and barrels.   

The APPI Pilates Matwork Certification Series is the essential Pilates teacher training tool for allied health professionals.

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Why train with APPI Pilates?

  • APPI are world leaders in Clinical Pilates Teacher Training 
  • Join a growing community of over 50,000 APPI Pilates instructors around the world
  • Gain an internationally recognised Pilates Certification
  • Study a research-based Pilates method, designed by Physiotherapists 
  • Practical hands-on training - minimal online learning - How can you learn a practical profession on the computer? 
  • Flexible training options 

The Core Elements of any APPI Pilates Course 

Put your patients’ trust in our hands. Our program can help your clients with:

  • Correcting lumbo-pelvic alignment and activation of the key lumbo-pelvic stabilising muscles
  • Correct ribcage/thoracic positioning
  • Scapulo-thoracic stabilisation
  • Deep neck flexor retraining to stabilise the cervical spine

Our method also includes specific exercises to improve spinal mobility, flexibility of the trunk and lower limbs, body awareness and postural awareness, key factors in aiding and preventing lower back pain (LBP).

Different ways to learn 

Our educators recognise people learn in different ways, so an APPI Pilates instructor training course applies a varied approach to your education:

  • Practical sessions – participants experience, observe and practice teaching
  • Workshops – focusing on the assessment of key spinal stabilisers as well as verbal, visual and auditory cueing
  • Pilates classes – enabling individuals to enjoy the experience themselves
  • Case study workshops – to establish clear clinical decision making
  • Structured lectures
  • An open and relaxed learning environment


The large practical component in each course gives each participant the opportunity to practise and receive feedback from our experienced presenters.

APPI Clinical Pilates Treacher Training Courses - Eligibility 

The APPI Clinical Pilates Teacher Training courses are open to Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Rehabilitation Therapists, Sports Rehabilitation Therapists (with degree level qualification), Occupational Therapists, Podiatrists, Doctors, final year physiotherapy students, those holding either a Human Movement or a Sports Science degree. 

 

If you have NO healthcare background then our APPI Matwork and Reformer Course is ideal for you. The course will equip you with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to teach matwork and reformer Pilates in the health and fitness industry. Learn more >>

 

Pilates Training Venues - Australia and New Zealand 

The APPI Pilates Teacher Training Courses are delivered in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and across New Zealand. You can view our Pilates course locations here

 

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