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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.

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 in Suffolk and Warwickshire for 9 years developing an interest in Neurology before spending a further 9 years teaching at The University of Birmingham. I then returned to a full-time clinical career in 2013 when my youngest started school.

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 thoroughly enjoy teaching my current class, basic level, and try to add a bit of variety and the odd challenge.

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 young children, one having just started secondary school which brings its own challenges 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!

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.



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