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The APPI Blog

Find out all about the great worlds of Physiotherapy and Pilates with our weekly blogs. Here you will find blogs from our founders, Glenn and Elisa Withers, our APPI Master Trainers and other members of our brilliant international community. If you would like to contribute a blog posting please feel free to send it through to us by completing our contact form: https://appihealthgroup.com/contact/

Pelvic floor, postnatal fitness & a little prosecco!

Regain your pelvic floor strength and your pre-baby body!  Jessica Kostos, specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist at the APPI clinic in Wimbledon, is excited to host a pelvic floor talk at the clinic on the 4th March 2019 from 7:30pm onwards.APPI Health...

Online Classes by Tracy Ward

A review of the online Postnatal Pialtes DVD The online APPI Postnatal Pilates DVD is a comprehensive collection of four workout videos that have been developed by an APPI Women’s Health Specialist Megan Vickers in association with Tatiana Korsakova; the founder of...

How to make your Pilates Class a 10 out of 10

A blog piece for pilates teachers providing extra tips on enhancing your class! Have you been teaching your pilates classes for a while now and in need of that extra oomph of inspiration? Or are you new to teaching and wondering how to make every class fresh and as...

UK Pilates Conference 2018 Round Up

What a Conference 2018!Conference 2018 has come and gone and what an amazing experience it was for all of us. Our pre-conference day with APPI founders Glenn and Elisa set the wheels in motion for an event that would inspire, challenge, create and...

Returning To Exercise After Your Baby

 During the postnatal period the body undergoes a number of changes. Generally speaking, the guidelines for return to exercise are derived from from tissue healing timeframes. It takes approximately 6 to 8 weeks for tissue healing and this is one of the...

My Exercise Saviours; A Post Natal Journey by Francesca

 Life before Nella was definitely simpler and of course I wouldn’t change it but one of the things I miss the MOST is being able to exercise freely. I WISH there were more baby friendly classes that didn’t cost the earth; where you could switch off and...

8 Points About Hypermobility

8 points about Hypermobility – What’s new and how could Pilates help you or your client with hypermobility spectrum disorder?Historically symptoms related to joint hypermobility were under recognized leaving people who were experiencing symptoms related to joint...

Why You Need To Do Pilates During Pregancy!

From the very beginning of pregnancy your body experiences many fascinating changes, all designed to prepare your body for both the carrying of your baby and the eventual delivery. With these changes however, your body will physically adapt and excess pressure can be...

The Importance of Adding Yoga to Your Exercise Routine

Many people I speak to think they’re too inflexible to take part in yoga. Others, predictably tell me that they don’t have time to add yoga to their already very busy schedules. Other times I hear, ‘I’ve tried yoga once and it just wasn’t for me.’ So, I am...