Kirsty Rennie

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Kirsty Rennie

Kirsty first took an interest in Pilates when she started using Pilates principles as part of her physiotherapy practice.  She started to notice the positive effects that Pilates had to her patient’s core strength, general body conditioning and overall pain reduction.

Kirsty enjoys a variety of sports, especially hockey, squash and golf and feels personally that Pilates has helped her performance in these sports.

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Kirsty continues to include Pilates exercises into high level rehabilitation programs in order to help her patients return to their sports activities as soon as possible.

Furthermore, she undertook a course in ante and postnatal Pilates in 2010 and then after having first-hand experience in this area, she definitely felt that Pilates was a key factor in aiding her “return to normal”!

Pilates is a great exercise for all ages and abilities, whether done in a group setting or as a one to one.  As an instructor, it is very rewarding to see clients progress and feel the benefits of a Pilates class.

Kirsty Rennie
Laura Calder
Laura Calder
Laura believes Pilates has a place for everyone, whether your goals are to improve you posture, recover from back pain or simply to be able to wind down after a hard day.

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Kirsty Mosely
Kirsty Mosely
Kirsty graduated from Queen Margaret University College Edinburgh in 2006 with a BSC (Hons) in Physiotherapy.

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Ruth Wylie
Ruth Wylie
Ruth first started to enjoy Pilates when she went to a class with her mum whilst they were on holiday. Since then she has enjoyed learning and using Pilates to strengthen and aid her fitness.

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Olivia Duncan
Olivia Duncan
Olivia graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with an MSc in Physiotherapy in 2006, having previously graduated with a BSc in Anatomy from Glasgow University.

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Anna Maria
Anna Maria
Anna Maria is a qualified physiotherapist with a Masters degree from Kings College London, currently reading for a PhD in Rehabilitation at Queen Margaret University. She was first exposed to Pilates whilst volunteering for a fellow class mate’s thesis project during her masters degree in London.

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Tessa Santer
Tessa Santer
Tess has extensive experience using the principles of Pilates as part of her physiotherapy practice. Tess has worked as a personal trainer where she used Pilates for body conditioning.

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Kirsty Rennie
Kirsty Rennie
Kirsty first took an interest in Pilates when she started using Pilates principles as part of her physiotherapy practice.

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Becca Freeden
Becca Freeden
As a physiotherapist, APPI trained pilates instructor, rowing coach and endurance athlete, Becca is a firm believer in the principles and practice of Pilates in providing a strong foundation whatever your walk of life.

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Susan Young
Susan Young
Susan discovered her love for Pilates after beginning Pilates Plus classes in 2010 and felt great benefits in helping her recover from injury.

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Mairi Forsyth
Mairi Forsyth
Mairi believes that Pilates is not only an exercise that provides physical benefits, but is also a form of meditation, as it allows clients to focus their mind on their body therefore switching off daily stresses of life.

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Katy Cox
Katy Cox
As a musculoskeletal physiotherapist, Katy uses the principles of Pilates with clients on a daily basis. She finds it particularly useful for increasing body awareness.

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