This piece of equipment is great for rehabilitation, challenging clients or adding variety. During the course, you will learn the full Cadillac repertoire from beginner through to advanced level. Most Pilates studios have at least one Cadillac
|Who should attend this course?||Exercise Physiologists, Physiotherapists, Pilates instructors and other Allied Health professionals providing rehabilitation and who want to work more effectively with their clients|
|Prerequisites||Studies in Physiotherapy, the Allied Health Professions or Pilates Matwork|
|Pre-course Study||2 hours|
|Course Duration||1 day|
|Course Materials||Short Course Manual – The Cadillac|
|Assessment||Optional assessment for the nationally accredited units of competency PILEQU504 Teach Cadillac repertoire. Additional assessment activities apply.|
An additional fee of $150 for optional assessment of PILEQU504 Teach Cadillac repertoire applies.
Why This Course?
- Knowing the Cadillac provides a real bonus for working in a Pilates studio and other Allied Health Clinics
- The Cadillac is a great way of working with pregnant clients as you can prescribe a sitting and standing exercises with this equipment
- It is also great for rehabilitation, balance, and coordination, especially with elderly clients
- The Cadillac has multiple uses, from working with rehab clients to working with elite athletes.
Additional Assessment requirements:
The additional assessment activities required for the unit of competency PILEQU504 Teach Cadillac repertoire 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 Cadillac repertoire
- Knowledge Assessment on The Cadillac
- Practical Assessment of The Cadillac repertoire during the Cadillac workshop