Advance your understanding of the body in movement through the Pilates method
Learn to read dynamic posture and identify movement patterns
Communicate movement through touch and language
Learn to design tailored Pilates programmes specific to each and every client based on informed critical thinking
Understand pathologies, and learn their relevant contraindications and modifications
Learn the EME method, deepening your understanding of anatomy and becoming able to read fascial relationships throughout the body
We are committed to providing students with the highest standard of comprehensive Pilates teacher training, deepening the student’s understanding of anatomy and enhancing their education in the Pilates method and movement science.
“We prepare our students to have an integral view of the body in movement and adjust and tailor each session to the client’s specific needs.”
This course is delivered in an interactive way: through lectures, presentations that are combined with practical application, hands on work and experiential movement.
Completing only the “Training Programme” (9 modules) is an option for those not looking for a full certificate as a Pilates teacher. The modules could be taken as a bridging programme for those already qualified with other Pilates teacher training schools. In order to gain full certification we require you to complete the modules, as well as the student review lectures and apprenticeship hours and the final practical and written assessment.
Must be at least 21 years of age
Must have an appropriate level of knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology*
Must have Maths and English GCSE
Have no injuries or health conditions that would prevent performance of exercises over the course of the programme
Must have a qualification in Pilates or another field related to bodywork and movement (Pilates mat training, yoga, dance, osteopathy)
Have attended at least 100 hours of Pilates classes and be proficient with an intermediate level class
* No applicant will be denied on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation.