The Tensegrity Training ‘Pregnancy in Motion’ short course allows you to enhance your knowledge and skills when working with pre and postnatal clients. This course takes you to the next level, covering specific pregnancy programming and issues to give you more confidence in instructing your pre and postnatal clients. The course is delivered over ½ day and includes an extensive repertoire of exercise suitable for both pre and postnatal clients and advanced skills for teaching activation of Pelvic Floor muscles. A pre-requisite for this short course is a knowledge of the anatomy of Pelvic Floor.
|Who should attend this course?
|Physiotherapists, Pilates instructors and other Allied Health professionals who want to work more effectively with their pre and postnatal clients
|Studies in Physiotherapy, the Allied Health Professions or Pilates Matwork including knowledge of the anatomy of the pelvic floor.
|Short Course Manual – Pregnancy in Motion
|Optional assessment for the nationally accredited unit of competency PILEQU502 Teach pregnancy in motion repertoire
Additional $150 for optional assessment for PILEQU502 Teach pregnancy in motion repertoire.
Why This Course?
- Enables you to teach pre- and post-natal clients with greater confidence
- Understand appropriate exercises and how to instruct clients with a range of levels through using a broad range of appropriate repertoire.
- Learn about injuries or problems which may arise during and after pregnancy
- Understand the guidelines associated with delivering Pilates for pregnant clients
- Understand how to modify exercises to meet the clients’ needs – their trimester stage and post-natal options
- Assist your clients to achieve better results
- You learn a range of exercises to use relating to your clients pre or postnatal status, level of fitness and
- individual needs – including exercises for Matwork, Small Apparatus, Reformer, Cadillac and Wunda Chair
- Learn to ensure pregnant women are comfortable in your classes
- Learn post-natal conditions and how to manage them
- Enhances your career and professional standing
- You learn how to modify exercises for varying levels and stages of pregnancy
- Identify the characteristics of active dynamic pelvic floor training
- Determine suitable body positions for stationary exercises
- Execute a variety of stationary pelvic floor exercises in an active dynamic manner using imagery to support proprioception- and effectiveness,
- Execute a variety of moving pelvic floor exercises also using imagery to support proprioception and effectiveness
- Instruct both stationary and moving exercises to a client
- This one 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
- You can obtain a nationally recognised statement of attainment
Additional Assessment requirements:
The additional assessment activities required for the unit of competency PILEQU502 Teach pregnancy in motion involves:
- Developing a session plan based on the Tensegrity Training 8 Part SystemTM and the delivery of the session plan to client(s), covering the ‘Pregnancy in Motion’ repertoire
- Knowledge Assessment for ‘Pregnancy in Motion’
- Practical Assessment of ‘Pregnancy in Motion’ repertoire during the Pregnancy in Motion workshop