COURSE COST : $3100*

Includes: 4 x training manuals, 8 face-to-face delivery days (Movement Principles, Mat 1, Mat 2, Mat 3), weekly teaching clinics.

        *Payment plans available

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MOVEMENT PRINCIPLES: Movement Principles is the pre-requisite for any Balanced Body training. This module provides a solid foundation for training in any environment, with any equipment. These simple movements and pre-Pilates exercises are built upon in all other Balanced Body modules. A focus on understanding common movement patterns prepares instructors to be excellent at problem solving, goal setting and learning new exercise techniques with ease.

Mat 1 (16 hours)

Mat 1 includes an introduction to the history and principles of the Pilates method and the beginning and intermediate level exercises.

Each exercise includes guidance on modifications, progressions, exercise purpose and precautions for injuries and special populations.

Mat 1 also explores guidelines for teaching clients who are pregnant, postnatal and those with Osteoporosis.

Mat 2 (16 hours)

Mat 2 teaches the remaining intermediate and advanced level Mat exercises for a complete understanding of the Pilates Mat program.

Lectures include progressive skill development to achieve the advanced exercises and suggestions for creating successful Mat classes.

In Mat 2 there is a strong focus on taking verbal and hands on cueing to the next level.

Mat 3 – Props (16 hours)
Mat 3 can be taken for continuing education credits or simply to add infinite variety to your current Mat programming. 

Mat 3 completes the mat training by adding rings, rollers, bands and balls to the traditional Mat exercises learnt in Mat 1 and Mat2. 

In addition, it includes functional exercises for the upper and lower body expanding the Mat work beyond the core to develop whole body strength and flexibility. 

Requirements for Mat completion.

* Anatomy (12 hour course of your choice)

* Balanced Body Movement Principles (16 hours)

* Mat 1 – Course work and test (16 hours)

* Mat 2 – Course work and test (16 hours)

* Mat 3 – Course work and test (16 hours)

* 20 self mastery Mat sessions, 15 observation hours and 35 student teaching hours completed at a studio of your choice.

* Final written and practical test

Total 135 hours (not including anatomy).


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