Revolution has developed a reputation among the local Pilates, Health and Medical communities for creative, quality instruction and compassionate rehabilitation technique. Most of our clientele come from word-of-mouth or referrals from our colleagues in the medical profession.
From 2001-2022, we delivered WA’s only APMA Pilates Instructor Courses (APMA Level 2 Pilates Instructor Course and their nationally accredited Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Pilates Movement Therapy) and have established a reputation as a preferred educational pathway for the serious Pilates Instructor. Most studios in Perth and surrounds have Revolution-trained instructors on their staff.
The Best Studio
Every studio has a special soul and energy that is a reflection of the owner and the staff. It has to have the right mix of expertise, comfort, and supportive environment for you to feel encouraged and safe. We are proud of our studio, both its ambience of quiet reflection, and the environment, which encourages exploration and change. We are dedicated to the health of our clients, to helping you on your health journey.
The Best Instructors
We have the best qualified, compassionate, creative and eager instructors in the industry. Period.
It’s easy to become focused on the media buzz of the Pilates Method, and to forget about the quality of it’s instruction. The focus should be on the practitioner and their ability to present the information to you in a safe but challenging way. It’s your body, after all, and so it’s important that you trust your Practitioner.
Each of us complete a rigorous 2 year programme at our studio (or similar training) to well above industry standards (ie. Australian Pilates Method Association, Pilates Association Australasia, AusFit; GYROTONIC® International) before being allowed to work as full staff members. We are required to have our own Professional Indemnity/Public Liability insurance policies and Apply First Aid certificates.
We have backgrounds in areas such as dance, massage therapy, strength training, yoga and physiotherapy. We also have our own specialties and interests, such as working with the disabled, pregnant women, and the aged, or the sports applications of Pilates. We are actively engaged in regular continuing education and encouraged to become full members of the APMA, our industry’s not-for-profit peak professional body.
We work closely with our clients’ Health team in order to provide the best possible care. A properly qualified Pilates Method instructor is not required to be a physiotherapist and in many cases is more highly trained to teach movement and exercise prescription.