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Pilates Short Course – Reformer Essentials

In this course, you will learn an extensive repertoire of Reformer exercises. You will also learn about using the Reformer for injuries such as shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and elbow. This course will assist you to effectively use a Reformer in your work as a Physiotherapist or Allied Health Professional.


  • Enables you to teach Reformer exercises and to instruct clients with a range of levels through using a broad range of appropriate Reformer repertoire.
  • Assist your clients to achieve better results
  • You learn a range of Reformer rehab exercises to use relating to your clients level of fitness and rehab needs
  • Enhances your career and professional standing
  • You learn how to modify reformer exercises for varying levels and injuries
  • This 2 day course is practical and hands on – you get to experience the exercises and feel them in your body
  • You will practise teaching another person those same exercises
  • Learn how to identify and correct poor technique in your clients
  • You can obtain a nationally recognised statement of attainment


Course Duration: 2 days

Manual is included and you will be issued with a Certificate of Attendance


Presented by Tracey Nicholson, Natalie Murray, & Bruce Hildebrand:

Tracey Nicholson:Tracey is a Pilates practitioner and Somatic Movement Therapist with extensive experience in education & rehabilitation together with a dance performance background.  She has worked as a Movement Educator for the past 30 years and has a Bachelor’s degree in Education. After completing a Graduate Diploma in Dance–Movement Therapy in 1995 she has worked more specifically in areas of mental health, rehabilitation and special education.  More recently, she has focused on approaches to exercise rehabilitation using the Pilates Method, Hanna Somatics and Gyrokinesis®. 

Natalie Murray: Natalie has 20 years experience as a Pilates Practitioner and instructor, runs her own studio specializing in working with clients who have been injured in the workplace, working with athletes, conducting private and small group Pilates classes and liaising with Allied Health practitioners. Natalie holds a Graduate Certificate in Pilates Method and a Diploma of Sports Injuries.

Bruce Hildebrand: Bruce’s career expands 20 years as a Pilates Practitioner, Human Movement and Franklin Method practitioner, both overseas and in Australia. Bruce combines his passion for movement, learning and teaching in his own Pilates and Physiotherapy studio. Bruce’s professional interests involves working with elite and high level athletes, especially dancers and footballers and has worked alongside Physiotherapists for the past 15 years. Bruce holds a B. App. Sci (Human Movement) holds a Diploma in Pilates and is a certificated Franklin Method Movement Educator, and NLP practitioner.



$1050 plus $50 non-refundable enrolment fee


Course schedule

Melbourne Day 1: 9 July 2017
  Day 2: 30 July 2017
Sunshine Coast Day 1: 13 August 2017
  Day 2: 17 September 2017
Drummoyne Day 1: 26 August 2017
  Day 2: 27 August 2017
Prahran Day 1: 15 October 2017
  Day 2: 5 November 2017

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Pre-requisite is the requirement to have completed studies in Exercise Science, Physiotherapy or similar.

Optional assessment for the nationally accredited unit of competency PILEQ501. Teach Pilates Reformer Repertoire. Additional assessment activities and fee ($150) apply.




Contact details

For more information or to enrol in the course, please contact the provider on the below details:

Tensegrity Training
Tracey Nicholson
Ph: 0400 600 360