This course will enable you to safely teach clients in the group fitness context equipping graduates with the skills required to develop into exceptional Pilates Professionals with knowledge and confidence to run Reformer-based classes.
|Who should attend this course?
|Fitness professionals, Pilates Matwork Instructors and Allied Health workers who want to incorporate Pilates with their clients in group Reformer settings
|There are no pre-requisites, however it is suggested that some prior experience in Pilates is beneficial
This course has an accredited outcome of Units of Competency units of competency: PILEQU501 Teach Pilates Reformer repertoire, ARTMAT401 Apply basic Pilates anatomy, ARTMAT405 Teach active dynamic pelvic floor training, ARTMAT407 Design functional Pilates flow choreography.
Why This Course?
- Enables you to teach Reformer repertoire with an emphasis on group Reformer class delivery
- Assist your clients to achieve better results in group class settings
- You learn a wide range of Essential and Advanced Reformer exercises and how to teach to your clients in group settings
- Enhances your career and professional standing
- You learn how to modify reformer exercises for varying levels of fitness, ability and injury status
- This Two-and-a-half day course is practical and hands on – you get to experience the exercises and feel them in your body
- You will practise teaching another person those same exercises
- Learn how to identify and correct poor technique in your clients
- YGraduates will be in demand in the workplace and can easily articulate into either of the Tensegrity Training Certificate IV or Diploma courses at a later date.
Additional Assessment requirements:
Optional assessment for the nationally accredited unit of competency PILEQU501 Teach Pilates Reformer repertoire requires requires undertaking Reformer Essentials and Reformer Intermediate and Advanced Short Courses and additional assessment activities.
The additional assessment activities required for the units of competency PILEQU501 Teach Pilates Reformer 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 reformer repertoire
- Knowledge assessment relating to the Reformer
- Practical assessment of the Reformer repertoire during the workshop