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Pilates Mat 1 & 2 Teacher Training CPD


Event Details

February 23 - February 24, 2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Susan Church




This intensive training course is aimed at professionals already involved in the health/fitness industry or candidates with previous anatomy and physiology training at college level (ITEC level 3).
Candidates without prior qualifications can enroll on our Comprehensive Pilates Package.
The course provides the knowledge needed to teach groups Pilates mat-work to a beginners & intermediate level.
Starting with the foundations and fundamentals of Pilates, we aim to marry functional anatomy with the modified original Pilates exercises in a safe and effective way. In doing so, we provide participants a true understanding of Pilates method and a deeper understanding of functional anatomy arising from that.
Upon completion of the course, additional apprenticeship hours (between 5 and 30), will be required based on candidates previous experience, ability and understanding. These are done with any Pilates teacher of the students choice and can be spread over 6 months.

Course modules:

Pilates history, philosophy and principals

Applied anatomy

Pilates mat exercises level I&II including modifications and progressions

Teaching skills, cuing, safety & effective communication

Postural analysis and its impact on Pilates students

The business, hospitality and ethics of Pilates.

A qualification in a movement discipline which includes Anatomy & Physiology
20 hours Pilates experience
Practical experience in health & fitness, yoga, dance, physiotherapy, martial arts or physical education.

After passing the final examination and supervised teaching, students will receive a teaching certificate accredited by the Complimentary Therapists association UK (formerly Embody), and insurance can also be provided by this organisation. This course carries 20 CPD credits.

January 25th to 27th and February 23rd & 24th
Cost €725. Earlybird €650 ( before December 20th)

Contact : pilatestrainingptti@gmail.com

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