Workshops, masterclasses, private and studio sessions.
Details to be announced shortly. 

Maggie Macgill is a Pilates and Chi Running® educator with twenty years of international teaching experience. She is a graduate of the Master’s Program at The Pilates Centre in Boulder, Colorado, holds a degree in research methods and is a qualified life coach. Maggie has enjoyed a dynamic career, working in athlete training facilities, biomedical clinics and studios across Australia and North America. Her clients have included those with complex injury and chronic pain, a divers range of professional sportspeople, paralympians and Olympic gold medallists.

Maggie’s teaching is strongly influenced by her commitment to translating the Pilates method into fluid and efficient running form. She delivers her Pilates On The Run workshops to movement practitioners and running coaches internationally. Maggie thrives on her continuing education and growth as a practitioner, in particular through her connection to The Pilates Centre in Boulder, the Chi Running® instructor community and her studies in Body Mind Centering®. Maggie has practiced Pilates every day since she began teaching 1999. She loves the way it gives her the ability to tackle challenging hikes in remote wilderness areas and run in a way that feels amazing to her body. 

When: Friday 10th – Saturday 11th July 2020
Where: Movement Principle Pilates – Level 2/45 Adelaide Street
Brisbane, QLD


Phillip Beach grew up in Australia, Nigeria, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea. This poly-cultural perspective fostered a unique perspective on his areas of interest. After more than 20 years in London he now lives in the beautiful city of Wellington, New Zealand.

His workshops explore and consolidate the material presented in his book, Muscles and Meridians: The Manipulation of Shape. Workshops can be theoretical or directed towards physical training and manual therapy techniques that emerge from this approach to understanding movement.

Contractile Fields – a new model of human movement over two days.
The model is elegant and offers real insights as to how we move. Embryology and evolutionary biology are employed in this quest. This workshop set offers learning opportunities for those who deal with the moving human body, regardless of professional affiliation: Pilates Instructors, Allied Health, Yoga Instructors. All welcome!

When: 17  – 18 October, 9am start
Where: Movement Principle Pilates – Level 2/45 Adelaide Street
Brisbane, QLD

Cost: $700

Book early. Places are limited!


As an experienced Contemporary Pilates teacher and movement educator who ‘bridged’ across to Classical Pilates and continued to study the work of JHP, I would like to share my discoveries which I use with my clientele every day. What I view as ‘Classical Pilates’ today is fairly different to five years ago, or 2002 when I started my first comprehensive training. As I continue to explore various lineages and approaches globally, I do my best to educate clients and the community as to the true / original work.