Barrels are very versatile pieces of equipment and are used to challenge and provide variety for clients. In this half day course, you will learn Barrels exercises to cater to different levels of fitness and extend your clients.
|Who should attend this course?||Exercise Physiologists, Physiotherapists, Pilates Matwork Instructors and Allied Health professionals who want to work more effectively with their clients especially those professionals providing rehab and working with ongoing and long term clients|
|Prerequisites||Studies in Physiotherapy, the Allied Health Professions or qualifications in Pilates Matwork|
|Pre-course Study||2 hours|
|Course Duration||1/2 day|
|Course Materials||Barrels Repertoire Short Course Manual|
|Assessment||Optional assessment for the nationally accredited unit of competency PILEQU505 Teach Barrel repertoire. Additional assessment requirements apply.|
Additional $150 for assessment for PILEQU505 Teach Barrel repertoire (optional). Additional assessment activities apply.(optional)
Why This Course?
Knowing Barrels repertoire is a real bonus for working in a Pilates studio and other Allied Health Clinics
It is also great for rehabilitation, general stretching and mobilising the spine in all planes of movement
Barrels can be used to provide additional intensity in exercise programs where greater strength and stability are required
Barrels have multiple applications from rehabilitation to working with elite athletes and are perfect tools for helping clients reach their health and fitness goals.
Barrels can provide excellent spinal support when moving into full spinal extension or lateral flexion
Additional Assessment requirements:
The additional assessment activities required for the units of competency PILEQU501 Teach Pilates reformer essentials involves:
- Developing a session plan based on the Tensegrity 8 Part SystemTM and delivery of the session plan to client(s) in your workplace, working with the Barrels repertoire
- Knowledge assessment relating to the Barrels
- Practical assessment of the Barrels repertoire during the workshop