Our Continuing Education Workshops and Master Classes are designed to inspire, refresh and inform Pilates instructors at all levels.
Check back regularly for new workshops and our monthly Master Classes. For all inquiries and to be put on our mailing list please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Continuing Education Workshops
Our Studio3 workshops are kept small (6 participants in person, 10 participants online) to cultivate a collaborative and inclusive learning environment that ensures the well-being of all participants. We want to prioritize the opportunity to learn and learn well.
Most of our workshops are adaptable for online or in person training and all of them include handouts. To request more information or details about booking, scheduling and pricing, please contact us at email@example.com
Whether you’re beginning your career as a Pilates instructor or are established with a strong client base, we welcome you to take a look at what we’re offering and please share with us any feedback or suggestions on what you might like to learn more about.
What’s Happening Now
Starting in April 2023!! Skills Development Workshops: Mat & Reformer
Studio3 Mat & Reformer Skills Development Workshops for Instructors
Areas of Focus: Mat & Reformer
Ideal For: New & Established instructors
Dates: April 28, May 5, May 26, June 2
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Maximum # of Participants: 6
Cost: $400 for all 4 dates
$145 for individual dates
(HST not included)
To Register: Please register above or contact Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why should I participate?
After completing their Pilates certification, the next step for new Pilates instructors is to establish their clientele. Oftentimes, figuring out how to program for diverse populations and ‘real’ clients can be a challenging and overwhelming experience.
These workshops are designed to provide instructors with the tools, guidance and support to program smartly and effectively so that they can build, and sustain, their clientele.
What are we doing?
The Studio3 Mat & Reformer Skills Development Workshops is an interactive program, where a large part of the content will be determined by the participants.
If you’re joining us, you’ll have the opportunity to submit the exercises, questions and client concerns that you’d like to review 2 weeks prior to each class and a selection of those will be integrated into the session.
By comprehensively breaking down a selection of exercises from all levels, you’ll gain a stronger understanding of how to create Pilates programs that are progressive, appropriate and structured in a way that makes sense for your client – regardless of their level.
And by engaging with other instructors in a guided format, you’ll be able to discuss and review client programming that can often be inspired by fresh content and different perspectives.
We believe that the tools needed to be great Pilates instructors are found in the questions asked – questions like:
A. What is the exercise objective?
B. How can we effectively cue and correct? What should we be looking for?
C. What are the common disconnects?
D. What are some supplementary programming options to make an exercise more accessible and/or challenging?
And we hope that by working to answer these questions, each participant will leave with a better understanding and more comprehensive knowledge of how to make use of the following teaching tools and approaches:
- Strong verbal skills (effective cueing, correcting and explaining of exercises)
- Tactile cues (appropriate hands on assistance)
- Visual tools (what to look for, where to look and how to integrate into teaching)
- Prep and Structure (planning, creating and layering your Pilates programs)
We want to encourage thoughtful, customized programming that is geared towards the individual client and their particular needs and to engage participants in a dialogue of the interrelationship between client retention and ongoing professional and self development.
So who do we have in mind?
Any and all Pilates instructors are welcome, but these workshops are designed for those who have recently completed (1-3 years) or are near to completing their certification program. Client teaching experience is recommended but not required.
For questions about format, individual date content and/or for more information, please email us at email@example.com