Deepen your teaching skills and learn how to effectively cue and correct with an in-depth review of selected exercises from the Cadillac, Barrels and Chair repertoire.
This 25 hours skills development program will guide you through a clearer understanding of how to teach key exercises beyond the choreography. The breakdown and problem solving of each exercise will strengthen your programming and better define your clients’ short and long term workout objectives. Designed as a lecture/demo series within a small group setting, functional anatomy and biomechanics will be integrated into a comprehensive teaching of the purpose and essence of each exercise. You will advance your knowledge on how to observe movement and where to look, use of verbal and tactile cues and selection of appropriate exercises based on the physical, mental and emotional capabilities of each client.
Comprehensive break down of how to teach selected exercises emphasizing:
- purpose and essence of each exercise
- how and where to observe movement patterns
- cueing (verbal & tactile)
Problem Solving & Programming Options based on:
- sense of awareness
- differences in apparatuses
How to advance clients through:
- the movement patterns within each exercise
- verbal vs. physical teaching
- layering exercises through three levels of difficulty
Thorough review and discussion of:
- functional anatomy
- exercise biomechanics
- benefits of integrating specific exercises into programs based on physical, mental and emotional capabilities
Fully trained in a recognized Pilates certification program. Client teaching experience is strongly recommended but not required.
Area of Focus
Selected exercises from all three levels of the Pilates Cadillac, Barrels and Chair repertoire.
Saturday, March 21, 2020
Sunday, March 22, 2020
Friday, April 3, 2020
Saturday, April 4, 2020
Sunday, April 5
Fridays: 1:30pm – 7pm
Saturdays: 9:30am – 3pm
Sundays: 11am – 4:30pm
Students will be given a list of selected exercises before each weekend.
1228 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario, M4T 1W3
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416.836.3108 for more information.