Spot And Solve Movement Dysfunctions

Each module analyses one of the muscle chains in depth and includes ways of assessing your clients so you can understand where their movement dysfunctions come from and why. 

During each module, critical thinking and movement intervention strategies are showcased to help you help your clients more effectively. 

The course has been split into four main sections so that you can study at your own pace. 

You will have access to seminar recordings, notes in PDF and practical movement classes that bring the theory to life so you can feel the changes immediately in your own body. 

Who Is This Course For?

All movement professionals and body workers who would like to increase their knowledge of myofascial chains, biomechanics and optimal movement, including:

  • Pilates Teachers

  • Yoga Instructors

  • Personal Trainers

  • Physiotherapists

Course Curriculum

Includes the following course units:

  • Back Line Booster - The place to start

  • The Core of Movement - Strength at the center

  • Lateral Lazies - Balance down the outside

  • Spirals Seminar - Identifying the twist

  • Where Do I Start?

More than 14 Hours of Virtual Training

Plus BONUS material!

  • 4 Seminars - 2 Hours Each

    With detailed course notes and powerpoint presentation.

  • 3 Practical Movement Classes

    Bringing the theory to life. 60-90 minutes each.

  • Join The Discussion

    Access to the Fisioplus Pilates Education discussion forum to continue their learning journey with like-minded professionals.

  • Critical Thinking Workshop

    With case study session and detailed course notes.

  • Course Completion Certificate

    14 hours of Continuing Professional Development.

  • BONUS FisioPlus Pilates Client Classes

    See different styles of teaching, cueing and interactions with clients with pathologies.


MCSP SRP, Physiotherapist, specialist in clinical application of Pilates

Zoe Queally

Zoe Queally is a UK trained Chartered Physiotherapist and has been fine tuning her clinical experience since 1996. She is a clinical specialist for spinal problems, sports injuries and repetitive strain injuries.