BASI Pilates Comprehensive Teacher Training Mat & Equipment 2019
This is the full BASI Pilates teacher training program. It incorporates the whole spectrum of mat and equipment exercises covering all three levels: fundamental, intermediate, and advanced. Graduates have both the knowledge and the accreditation to teach clients of different levels of experience, age and ability. It is the true Jewel of Pilates¢ practice and philosophy, because the whole method is tought as a continuous, harmonious whole.
7 weekends plus 1 Anatomy weekend, 100 lecture hours
6,7,8,9,10 February 2019 9:00-16:00 27,28,29,30,31 March 2019 9:00-16:00 29,30,31 May 2019 & 1,2 June 2019 9:00-16:00
Location: Anima Studio, Thessaloniki
For more information:
- Anima Studio, email@example.com, 2310 383993
- Nysy Studios, firstname.lastname@example.org, 210 3232004
This program provides thorough, comprehensive education in Pilates covering the full range of Pilates equipment (Mat, Reformer, Cadillac/Trap Table, Wunda/Combo Chair, Ped-a-pul, Ladder Barrel, Step Barrel/Spine Corrector and various other Auxiliary apparatus). It is a complete and intensive college-level program and provides a solid foundation for teaching. The course also includes instruction on the BASI™ “Block System™ which is a comprehensive programming and teaching methodology, and on the science of human movement, anatomy and physiology.
- Full Mat exercise repertoire
- Full Equipment repertoire: Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda, Barrel, Arc/Spine Corrector
- Pilates Principles of movement
- Anatomical-Biomechanical principles
- Methodology of Teaching
- BASI Block System: How to teach a full, safe, and balanced session
- Client Posture Assessment
- Business of teaching
- Skills of teaching
Lectures: Theory & practice: 100 hours
Exams (written, practical, teaching)
One written paper assignment
Observation & Class attendance: 100 hours
Self-Practice: 100 hours
Apprentice Teaching: 200 hours
Hours required for diploma: 500 hours
Prerequisites for the Teacher Training Courses:
Familiarity with the teachings of Joseph Pilates. It is highly recommended that students have familiarity and experience in Pilates (both Mat Work and on the apparatus for the Comprehensive course) before embarking on this course of study.
Study in basic anatomy and physiology. Although it is recommended that this be a college level course, it is also acceptable if it is part of another area of study such as a massage therapy, physical therapy or some other similar program.
Experience in a related form of physical activity. Over the years it has become apparent that experience in other physical activities is extremely beneficial. This allows the student to relate and compare the work to past movement experience.
Teaching experience is recommended. Teaching is a learned skill, an art and a natural talent. Any past teaching experience, even in an unrelated area will contribute to the process of becoming a teacher of the Pilates method.
For more on BASI Pilates: