Pilates for Technical Artistic Sports Workshop

Focus on Gymnastics

In conjunction with the Canadian Championship Artistic Gymnastics

Offered by Ann McMillan MS PMA-CPT

The extreme mobility and strength demands of gymnastics convey a unique challenge to athletes, who strive to achieve great range with precise control. Because it improves their core power and alignment, Pilates training can help athletes perform better and prevent injury. They gain better posture and movement control.

In this workshop Ann McMillan shares her insight in combining the latest advances in Exercise Science with Pilates to guide technical artistic sports coaches, therapists and athletes towards improved and healthy performances.

 Ann McMillan MS PMA-CPT

Ann McMillan has been working for many years with high level athletes of various technical artistic sports such as three times Olympic Gold Medalist Ice Dancer Tessa Virtue, Olympic Gold Medalist Mogul Skier Jennifer Heil, Gymnasts Victoria and Rose Woo and members of the Canadian Gymnastics Team, Olympic Silver Medalist Figure Skater Kirsten Thomas Moore, Olympic Gold Medalist Figure Skaters Jaime Salé and David Pelletier, Bronze Olympic Medalist Diver Jennifer Abel, the Canadian Synchronised Swimming Team, and numerous dancers.

A true pioneer, Ann McMillan was the first instructor to bring Pilates to the province of Québec when she opened the Centre Pilates de Montréal in 1992. She discovered Pilates while pursuing a dance career in New York City in the 80’s, and went on to complete her Master’s thesis in Exercise Science at the University of Montreal where she continues to lecture today. Her graduate work was the first to establish a scientific link between Pilates and improved dynamic posture in ballet dancers.


Sunday May 26th, 2019 from 5:30 to 8pm

Monday May 27th, 2019 from 9am to 5pm

Offered by: Ann McMillan Pilates

Cost: 500$ plus tax

To register: info@ampilates.com

Location: Unigym Gatineau

850, boulevard de la Gappe, bureau 178

Gatineau, Québec, J8T 0B4