Movement Anatomy - Wimbledon, Nov 2023

Course Dates: Nov 16th - 19th 2023
Price: Early Bird £805 (book before 19 Oct)
Standard price £925
Times: Thurs-Sat 2:15 - 8:45pm, Sun 9am-4pm


November 16, 2023 - 2:15 pm


November 19, 2023 - 4:00 pm


The Pilates Clinic, 3 Red Studios, Elm Grove, Wimbledon, SW19 4BX   View map

Movement Anatomy – Foundation Course

Run over 4 days: Nov 16th – 19th

Thurs-Sat 2:15 – 8:45, Sun 9am-4pm

Presenter: Dr Mark Vella



Movement anatomy knowledge is fundamental to successful teaching no matter your level or specialisation.

The better you understand movement and its anatomy, the better you can teach.
And the better you can teach, the greater your ability to bring change in someone’s life and wellbeing.


This unique course specifically designed for movement professionals, and is an essential fundamental for anyone studying or practicing as a Pilates, Yoga, ballet teachers, personal training, dance and sports and conditioning coaches, no matter their level, specialisation or experience.


Certificate of Completion endorsed by BASI Pilates, achieved by completing the Certificate Exam (Price not included in Course Fee)


  • 3 Modules
  • 19 Chapters
  • Up to 100 Hours in study over a 3 Month period.
  • Live contact with your Presenters available
  • Countless videos, animations and 3D interactive anatomy from Primal Pictures
  • Self-Assessments & Assignments in each Chapter
  • Extra lessons available as an Optional Extra


 This course will be presented In-Person in London, England
 The course will take place from 16 – 19 November 2023
 Students will still have full access to the Online Learning Platform and all it’s resources including 3D images for life!

Skills Outcomes:

As a result of doing this course, you will:

  1. Learn the language and terminology of movement anatomy
  2. Better understand the body tissues of the and how they are organized and integrated
  3. Learn about main systems that regulate movement
  4. Learn how to assess postural alignment and identify typical postural syndromes.
  5. Learn how to progress and modify exercise using that revenant biomechanics
  6. Be able to name and identify the major bones, joints and muscles in the body, there properties and actions
  7. Be able to analyse, prescribe and progress movement using movement anatomy knowledge

Learning Outcomes:

As a result of doing this course, you will:

  1. Increase your knowledge and understanding of the human body and movement anatomy.
  2. Be able to better combine your outer knowledge of movement prescription and progression with your scientific inner understanding of anatomy & physiology.
  3. Have greater ability to apply this knowledge to your client’s planning, programming and progression helping them to meet their goals.
  4. Have a greater ability to adapt and moderate exercise.
  5. Better individualise your clients programming rather than solely relying on prescriptive routines.
  6. Be able to understand the link between anatomy and a functional perspective in relation to common movement patterns
  7. Understand postural tendencies and learn to see patterns and structure.
  8. Understand the inter-relationship between each system/network of the body