exercises from beginner level to intermediate plus to enable you to build
bespoke programmes for your clients.
entry level exercises through to more physically demanding routines you will
learn how to put together an exciting and enjoyable exercise programme that
meets the needs of your clients.
This is the
time to learn not just the exercise repertoire but how to cue them and get the
best possible performance from your clients. For whatever reasons your clients
come to you for Reformer classes will be able to teach a wide range of
course is open to anyone who wants to find out more about Pilates on the
Reformer. A certificate of attendance will be issued by the Pilates Place, a
YMCA approved teacher training centre, with Grade 1 status. Options are available
to convert this to a teaching certificate insured by Balens.co.uk
Course dates: Saturdays 16th September, 21st October, 18th November, and 2nd December 2017
Times: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Course costs: £850
generation of Pilates is on the Reformer! To be part of this new wave of
interest in Reformer Pilates get yourself trained to ensure you are always
offering what is in demand.
Be aware! If
you donít develop your skills and knowledge you will get left behind as
Reformer Pilates becomes the next most popular Pilates workout.
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