APPI Pilates for Rehabilitation
We are delighted to announce that we now offer a full range of courses at the heart of UAE in Dubai. For more information or to book any of our courses please contact our International Representative SUJATA KHIRE on email. Details for some of the courses available to take in the UAE are as follows:
Pilates for Rehabilitation – Matwork Level 1 – 27th to 28th April 2018 Pilates for Rehabilitation – Matwork Level 2 – 13th to 14th April 2018 Pilates for Rehabilitation – Matwork Level 3 – 2nd to 3rd March 2018
APPI's Pilates for Rehabilitation courses are designed for those teaching in the rehabilitation setting. Based on the most up to date evidence in spinal stability, pelvic stability, strength/conditioning and pain – they are the essential Pilates training tool for all health professionals. The APPI curriculum is designed by Physiotherapists specifically for those working in the field of rehabilitation; therefore pathology, normal movement patterns, neuro-muscular timing and neural pathomechanics are addressed in relation to each exercise. The traditional Pilates repertoire is broken down into clearly defined levels to ensure a standard, gradual progression towards normal functional movement. Scientific evidence on segmental spinal stabilisation and on pelvic stability forms the theoretical foundation for the APPI curriculum.
Based on the most up to date evidence of spinal stability, pelvic stability, strength and conditioning and pain—this is the essential Pilates training tool for all health professionals. APPI have analyzed all 34 traditional Matwork exercises, and broken them down into a step-by-step guide from day 1 Pain, right through to elite level sport. Most importantly, every stage has a clinical reason as to why you would choose that exercise for your client. APPI's Matwork Pilates training series is formed of three 2 day courses;
- Matwork Level One – The Foundation
- Matwork Level Two – Class Instructor
- Matwork Level Three – Intermediate & Advanced
Courses can be booked individually or you can receive a discounted rate by booking all three levels together. For more information on these courses, including course dates and locations please email SUJATA KHIRE or visit this website link here.
Matwork Level 1
APPI’s Matwork level 1 foundation course provides rehabilitation professionals with essential, fundamental knowledge to begin offering modified Pilates to their clients recovering from back pain and other injuries. Drawing upon relevant clinical research, APPI Pilates Matwork level 1 provides an evidence based approach to teaching Pilates in the clinical setting.
Matwork Level 2
The next level in your training program will focus solely on group teaching, and empower you to begin the journey from clinician to your own group Pilates Instruction. In this course you will learn the vital aspects of class planning, warm-ups, cool downs, standing exercises, and how to design population-specific classes.
Matwork Level 3
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Meet our International Representative in the UAE
Sujata Khire United Arab Emirates Sujata is a Senior Physiotherapist with over 14 years of clinical experience in leading multi-specialty hospitals in India and Dubai. She holds an MSc in Cardio Pulmonary Physiotherapy, and after moving to Dubai 9 years ago. She took special interest in Sports and Musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation and developed her skills by exploring techniques such as Dry needling, Kinesiology Taping and Fascial Release. Combining her background in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, she has been treating a wide range of acute-chronic Sports / Musculoskeletal Injuries and Cardio-Respiratory Disorders in acute care settings and advanced rehabilitation centres. She started her journey within the educational field in 2014, teaching Kinesiotaping and Dry Needling to a diverse group of allied health-professionals in India and the Middle East. Sujata is also a respected speaker at national and international level, presenting at various conferences. Teaching is a passion to her and she aims towards spreading awareness about the diverse scope of physiotherapy and non-invasive rehabilitation options available for the management of various neuro-musculoskeletal conditions, amongst the medical and non-medical population..