During this comprehensive 95-hour Pilates Reformer course, you will acquire the skills to effectively teach exercises at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, catering to both group and private settings. Our curriculum delves into the exploration of various pathologies and equips you with the knowledge to address them safely during your classes.
Throughout the course, there will be a strong emphasis on enhancing your teaching abilities and expanding your teaching vocabulary. You will develop a keen eye for spotting misalignments and problematic executions, enabling you to provide corrective guidance to your students. By prioritizing the understanding of anatomy and posture, you will learn the art of tactile cueing, utilizing touch as a powerful tool for effective teaching. Engaging in practical exercises, interactive games, and problem-solving activities, our course aims to unlock the potential teacher within you. By nurturing your skills and providing valuable insights, we strive to equip you for a successful future in the field of teaching Pilates.
Our program includes:
• The Pilates principles and how to bring them to life throughout a class. • Teaching fundamentals exercises.
• Beginners, intermediate and advanced level exercises on the reformer. • Emphasis on how to progress the students in a safe, appropriate way.
• Ways to structure a class knowing how to adapt for different levels.
• Learn how to use the apparatus safely.
• Silent practice drill to enhance self-practice and better understanding of the exercises. • Daily classes with the course’s teacher.
• Learn the modifications and variations for each exercise and when to use them.
• Cueing, touch techniques and teaching tips to support the students.
• Learn about Osteoporosis and how to address it in class.
• Learn about common spinal issues and how to address them in class.
• Learn how to assess posture, strength, and flexibility in students.
• Understand the classical order of the exercises and way to diverse and adapt it.
• Improve multitasking skills in teaching and moving.
• Tips on teaching the first classes, group classes and other class settings.
August 28th – 31st
September 19th – 22th
November 1st – 3rd