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Julia Edwards – I qualified as a B Physio Hons form 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 recent back pain trial (2008). 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.

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. In between school runs and Pilates classes I like to run and do dance classes to keep fit.

Rebecca Gray – I completed my Physiotherapy degree in 2001, graduating from the University of East London. I worked within the NHS for 10 years specialising in Musculoskeletal physio and acupuncture. In recent years, I have worked in private practice in a Sports injury clinic in Cheltenham and am now at "Stow Physio at Bourton".

I started training in Pilates in July, 2015 with the APPI and will complete the Matwork level 3 course in March.

I am interested in the excellent rehabilitation Pilates exercise offers to people who have had back problems; in addition the balancing nature the Pilates method gives to sports people of all disciplines and levels. Personally, I am a keen skier particularly ski-touring, train in long distance open water swimming in the summer, and ride horses when I can. However, running around after two young children and walking the dog are my main exercise at the moment!

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.

Fiona Dove

Fiona Dove – I qualified in 2005 from Coventry University with a first-class honours degree in Physiotherapy. Initially working for University hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire I became a musculoskeletal specialist quickly and specialised in the upper limb in 2008. In 2012 I had my first child and while on maternity leave for my second son two years later i secured a post as the musculoskeletal team lead at Warwick hospital.

More recently I have had the opportunity to develop my clinical skills further in women’s health. This is an exciting area of physiotherapy and will also complement the skills learned through the APPI Pilates matwork series. I currently spend my spare time running, horse riding and camping with the family.


Rachael – I graduated form the university of Salford with a BSC (Hons) Physiotherapy in 2004 and have worked in the NHS since. I have worked in a variety of specialities including orthopaedics, rehab and neurology before specialising in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy. I have a keen interest in back pain and lower limb rehab.

Both personally and professionally I have seen the benefits of exercise and how it can help in the prevention and recovery from injury. It is this as well as the enhanced feeling of welding that exercise brings that has inspired me to become a Pilates instructor.

In my spare time I enjoy running, going to the gym and generally chasing after my 2 boys!



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