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Julia Edwards I qualified as a B Physio Hons from Birmingham University in 1994 and am registered with the Health Professions Council. I have over 13 years of experience in the NHS, and have specialised in working with patients with musculoskeletal problems. I have helped set up chronic back pain programs and worked on Warwick University’s BEST back pain trial. I have a strong interest in sports injury and the movement control involved following on from my background in dance, fitness and Pilates. I qualified as an Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Matwork Instructor in 2004. I love the way Pilates offers a way in for people who are not used to exercising, and the results they can achieve.  I am  qualified in ante and postnatal Pilates and love to work with pregnant and postnatal women both one to one and in class. More recently I have completed my Trigger Point Pilates training and am starting to add classes on Zoom.

Catherine Levack – I started Pilates more than ten years ago and eventually took the plunge to do my teacher training.

I qualified as a Level 3 Mat Pilates teacher three years ago and remain passionate about the benefits of Pilates for both the body and mind.

I teach classes around Leamington and Warwick in my free time and it still feels more like a hobby rather than work because I get so much pleasure from seeing clients gain in strength and flexibility.

I attend regular Continual Professional Development courses to broaden my knowledge. Most recently I attended two workshops covering flexibility & stretch plus foam roller work and am currently studying on a distance learning course - Pilates for Orthopaedic Conditions.

Vicki Redpath – I qualified as a physiotherapist from the University of Ulster in 1998. I've worked in the NHS since graduating until 2012 when I had my 3rd baby. I have specialised in musculoskeletal outpatients for 12 years and worked in private practice. I am a certified APPI Pilates matwork instructor. Since qualifying I have do further Pilates courses in Pilates for runners and the Pinc & Steel cancer rehab course.  In between school runs and Pilates classes I like to run and do dance classes to keep fit.

Rachael Farrelly I graduated as a Physiotherapist in 2004, after gaining a BSc (Hons) degree from the University of Salford. Since I graduated, I have worked within the NHS for most of my career, gaining invaluable experience in a variety of clinical areas and settings, before eventually specializing within Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2010.

It’s within my Physiotherapy practice, that my love of Pilates developed. As well as seeing the benefits of Pilates personally, I loved how it had such a positive impact on my patient’s rehabilitation, both mentally and physically. Pilates can empower participants to be more aware of their bodies movement and improve functional strength and flexibility. I therefore decided to train to be a Pilates Instructor and enrolled with the Australian Pilates and Physiotherapy Institute (APPI) in 2016. This is also when I began my Pilates teaching career and have since completed Matwork Courses 1,2 and 3.

As well as teaching Pilates, I also work part time in a private physiotherapy clinic.  When I am not working or chasing after my 2 very active young boys, I love being out in the fresh air walking the dog or running.

Mitchell Wheeler I have been enjoying my time within the wellness industry for the last three and a half years. I work with people in class and 1 to 1 bringing them closer to a healthy and sustainable Mind-Body connection. One direction I take is though Pilates. I trained with Higher Fitness Education and I was awarded a Level 3 Mat Pilates Instructor Qualification which emphasised the importance of teaching and how to ensure each person is supported to their level. With this in mind.

I started intuitively teaching classes, checking in before the class, and offering movements based on the people in the room. If there is anything you need, or would like to develop, let me know and we will work together to achieve it. I look forward to welcoming you soon for fun and fitness.  My other areas of work include yoga, Qigong and Reiki.

Emma Mold I started practising Pilates 15 years ago when I had a desk based job. It really helped me to release muscular tension and improve my posture, as well as giving me a sense of wellbeing and control over my body. These benefits are what I hope to share with clients in my classes.

I trained as a Level 3 Matwork Instructor with Body Control Pilates and have achieved extra qualifications in Bone Health, Standing Pilates and Barre Floor. I currently teach beginners/intermediate, advanced matwork and barre.

Katherine Mills I first started attending regular Pilates classes 10 years ago to complement my running when training for a marathon. I soon recognised the benefits that Pilates brought to my wider fitness regime and it has become a staple of my weekly routine ever since. I love the fact that Pilates is so versatile and can provide a challenge for the fittest of athletes whilst at the same time being accessible for those with no prior experience of exercise. 

After deciding to have a career change I qualified as a physiotherapist in 2019 and completed my APPI Pilates matwork certification at the same. I currently work as a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist for the NHS. I am also the Area Activator for GoodGym in Warwick and Leamington Spa - a group of runners, walkers and cyclists who combine exercise with helping out in the local community. 

In my spare time I try to get outdoors as much as possible whether running, cycling or gardening. I also attend weekly dance classes in ballet, tap and jazz.

Rosie Terry Toogood - I have been working for 10 years as a professional dancer and run my own dance company.  I am a qualified Stott Pilates instructor.

My approach to Pilates is both relaxed and precise, promoting enhanced core strength, mobility and flexibility.  I like to blend barre in to my repertoire.  I aim for my classes to be focused and therapeutic, leaving you re-energised and refreshed.

Liz Cohen - I graduated from Brunel University with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy in 1995 and gained a MSc Specialist Neurological Rehabilitation from The University of Birmingham in 2009. I worked for the NHS for 9 years developing an interest in Neurology before spending a further 9 years teaching at The University of Birmingham.  

In 2017 I completed the APPI Pilates training including the exam and have since taken the Pilates for Neurology and Standing 3D modules which have directly fed into my classes and Physiotherapy treatments. I work seeing patients in their homes and in local clinics, as well as teaching Pilates.  I like the variety of teaching chair Pilates but also HIIT Pilates.

When I am not working, I enjoy running, having taken this up after major knee surgery and worked steadily towards 5k, 10k and my first ½ marathon in Warwick, March 2019. This has been both a physical and psychological battle won after over 20 years of knee instability. Pilates has played a massive role in my rehabilitation. I have two teenagers so family time is important to me. I help run a local Girl Guide unit and enjoy crafting (beaded jewellery mainly) and making things (blinds etc) when I get a moment!



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