Alle potentielle kursister som er interesseret i en Pilates certificering fra THE PILATES STANDARD skal vide, at den egentlige læring starter efter endt uddannelse. Videreuddannelse i form af Continued Education workshops og udvikling af dine egne Pilates evner, er en stor og vigtig del af det, at vælge en profession som Pilates instruktør.
”Only when you stay inspired are you able to inspire others” – Bob Liekens.
Derfor tilbyder vi også et bredt og varieret udbud af diverse workshops med internationale og anderkendte undervisere. Vores workshops er åbne for alle med et relevant Pilates certifikat på trods af retning – Du kan også samle dine videre CEC point hos andre udbydere og i andre lande.
For at opretholde dit THE PILATES STANDARD Mat certifikat skal du samle 8 CECs (Continued Education Credits) hvert andet år.
For at opretholde dit THE PILATES STANDARD Comprehensive certifikat skal du samle 15 CECs hvert andet år.
HVIS DU HAR DELTAGET PÅ MERE END EN UDDANNELSE
Du skal samle CEC’s svarende til den mest omfattende uddannelse.
Vores Pilates Workshops
REFORMER ON THE MAT
The purpose of the Reformer on the Mat is to learn how to incorporate the exercises normally practiced on the Reformer and teach these exercises within the framework of a Mat class. This class challenges concentration and control as it demands one to remember the Reformer order and execution of the exercises without the aid of the Reformer or the spring resistance that it provides.
CHALLENGED MAT WITH SMALL PROPS
The purpose of the Challenge Mat with Small Props workshop is to instruct how to teach a Challenge Mat class and incorporate the use of the Magic Circle or small weights into the class. These Small Props are a great way to add variety as well as a challenge to the already familiar exercises. This course will demonstrate how the uses of these Small Props will assist, enhance, as well as challenge the exercises and how to keep a fluid flow throughout the workout.
MAT CLASS with MAGIC CIRCLE
To add spice to the Mat class, or as Romana used to say "to present another challenge", we add the Magic Circle to the exercises. We explore how to gradually introduce the MC to a few exercises first, until with practice we end up with pretty much the whole Mat vocabulary and the circle!
CHALLENGED MAT ORDER
In this workshop we instruct how to teach a challenging Mat class. We cover and review in detail, all the exercises that were created, by both Joe and Romana, for the Mat.
CHALLENGED REFORMER ORDER
The purpose is to familiarize the teachers and clients with the complete vocabulary that Joseph Pilates created for the Reformer. We also will drill the appropriate transitions within the original, archival order, how Joe sequenced his exercises.
Hours/CECs: 3 or 4
The goal of this workshop is to learn a variety of ways to challenge a client who has already a solid grasp of the basic exercises on this apparatus. This to promote a deeper understanding and appreciation of the method .
REFORMER ON THE CADILLAC
The purpose of the Reformer on the Cadillac Workshop is to learn how to introduce and challenge some of the exercises from the Reformer vocabulary and teach these exercises within the framework of the Cadillac. This class challenges concentration and control as it forces one to imagine the Reformer setup and execution of the exercises and applies them to the various bars and springs of the Cadillac (for example Short Box Series and Rowing Series.)
REFORMER REVIEW WITH ARCHIVAL INFO
The objective of the Complete Reformer Sequence Workshop is to examine the original and complete order of exercises that Joseph Pilates always taught on the Reformer.
For once a piece of equipment that didn't come from Joe. When it was first introduced
Romana embraced its possibilities and it has been a favorite ever since. There are some
misunderstandings as to the place of this apparatus within the workout, and as to how to
structure a sequence on it. This workshop will have you jumping!
A CADILLAC CHALLENGE
The objective of this workshop is to review all exercises created on the Cadillac. We progress from basic vocabulary, fit for all students, to the more demanding exercises and their variations.
TOWER (Guillotine) AND PEDI-POLE
The purpose of the Tower/Guillotine and Pedi-Pole Workshop is to review the exercises taught on these pieces of equipment. This workshop gives Progressions to the familiar exercises to challenge the same basic exercises giving the client a deeper understanding and appreciation of the method.
HOW TO CREATE A SESSION ON THE WALL UNIT
The objective here is to learn how to structure an hour long class on this equipment. This workshop will explore how to design a challenging class that flows through a sequence from lying down to seated and eventually to standing upright.
A WORKOUT ON THE WUNDA CHAIR
We tech the client how to build an hour long workout on , what Joe himself called the "home Reformer ". This workshop will show you the possibilities towards building a logical sequence, from a more stable platform to an unstable step.
The objective of the Chair Progressions Workshop is to review how to incorporate both the High Chair and Wunda Chair into the individual needs portion of a client’s session. This workshop will show how the exercises on the Chairs relate to one another and how to progress from the more stable and supportive High Chair to the less stable surface of the Wunda Chair. This tactic allows for the client a deeper experience and understanding of their body with regard to the central principals of the Method.
FROM SMALL BARREL TO LADDER BARREL
Hours/CECs: 3 or 4
The three Barrels Joe build allow for a progressive larger opening stretch of two very thight areas. We are talking about the hip-pelvic area and the shoulder girdle. This workshop will review all exercises on all barrel shaped equipment.
LADDER BARREL Review
This workshop will review all the exercises on the Ladder Barrel. The exercise will also review how to incorporate the full Powerhouse Actions necessary to enhance the workout on this apparatus.
HOW TO TEACH WITH YOUR HANDS
Although our primary tool to communicate with our students is our voice, there is a lot of teaching power in the experience of an informed hands-on approach! This workshop will offer you various ways to let your hands " do the talking ".
PRINCIPLES OF MOVEMENT, PART ONE
In this workshop we study the universal principles of the human body in motion. We first look at the principles and how they align the body towards its optimal Blueprint . We then address in sequence all necessary actions of these principles to achieve efficiently the intent and goal of all exercises in the method.
PRINCIPLES OF MOVEMENT, PART TWO
This workshop is first a review of the principles and their actions, with examples
not only on the Reformer and Mat, but also on Wunda Chair and Cadillac.
We then move on to explore the refining actions of the "loops " and how they
reinforce and finetune the core actions in the body. A deeper concentration is
created towards an optimal control in practicing the Method.
INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY
This is a workshop for those of you who have no prior knowledge nor experience
with anatomy. And it is always a good review to go back to basics!
We will start with the basic vocabulary of this discipline and work our way through
the various concepts. The emphasis will go to the Skeletal system and an intro to
the major Muscle groups.
A workshop on how to finish a session. From uncle Joe's " traditional ending " to the
various ways we could wrap up a vigorous workout. We will cover not only the Cadillac,
but also the Reformer options, the Magic Circle, the Wall and the Pedi-pole .
Small Gadgets review
The Small Gadget Review workshop will go over the exercises on the often underutilized smaller apparatus such as the Foot Corrector, Toe Corrector, Magic Circle, Bean Bag, and Breath-a-Cizer. This workshop will examine how these small pieces of equipment can assist the individual needs of the clients and shows just how deep Joe’s method is in understanding the intricacies of the interconnectivity of the entire body.
The Powerhouse Actions workshop will review the idea of “The Powerhouse” and what we now define as a progression of correct Actions. This workshop will deepen the understanding of this dynamic concept of the five levels of Actions within the body. We learn how to introduce and layer each Action one at a time. These Actions are taught in a progressive challenge. The depth and richness of the method lies within the understanding of the Powerhouse Actions and how they apply to all the exercises all the time.
CLASSICAL PILATES: its Integrity and History
The purpose of the Classical Pilates: Its Integrity and History Workshop is to review the history of Joseph Pilates and his legacy. This workshop will examine the method created by Joe as well as his original intent and principles and how they have been handed down by his first generation of teachers. The goal of the discussion is to honor the original method of J.H. Pilates and uphold the standard of his work thus ensuring his legacy.
CLASSICAL APPROACH to INJURED or SPECIAL CASES
The objective of the Classical Approach to Injured or Special Cases Workshop is to review the needs of these individuals as well as the appropriate exercises and modifications that will be beneficial to them. This workshop will review the movements that are contraindicated for these individuals as well as emphasize how amazing the diversity of all the Pilates equipment is and how it allows for a safe, fun, and challenging full body workout even when having to avoid certain movements.
Upgrade your teaching skills
How to challenge and take your clients further and deeper into their awareness of their body movement and the classical method of Pilates. We want to make them familiar with a terminology and teaching philosophy that involves the five Power House actions. This actions gives everyone a new in- depth understanding of the method and the body itself. It will give you, the teacher a way to approach and challenge you clients on different levels.