Pilates Certification Course - Washington, DC
@Rooted Pilates, taught by Anula Maiberg
Our program, the first of its kind, is excited to bring our comprehensive certification to Rooted in Washington, DC. We know that choosing your education partner is an important process and we think you should know who you are about to be in a career building relationship with. We’re a group of dedicated Pilates professionals who are drawn to this program for all the solutions it brings to our students and our industry. The comprehensive Pilates course you are about to register for is comprehensive, we leave nothing out. Anula Maiberg, founding faculty for Pure Body Teacher Training has spent countless hours getting ready to provide an above average movement experience and education to her students. Each of us at PBTT is dedicated to building community, supporting our students, helping you learn and ultimately helping you be ready to find synergistic employment. We are building a community of kind, critical thinkers who want to help people by teaching good solid Pilates. You can expect to learn while connecting with your peers, to move and to expand your thinking about the body, mechanics and how to apply the Pilates system to any one you work with.
2019July 13 - 14 Foundations
September 13 - 15 Mat I
October 11 - 13 Mat II
November 15 -17 Reformer I
December 6 - 8 Apparatus I
2020January 10 - 12 Reformer II
February 7 - 9 Apparatus II
March 6 - 8 Apparatus III
April 3 - 5 Reformer III
Practicum: Summer 2020
about the course…
Our comprehensive course consists of nine modules, 158 face-to-face workshop hours, 600 study hours outside of those workshops, a scientifically sound approach to the Pilates method. You will learn the classical Pilates repetoire, some contemporary variations, how to teach individuals and groups and how to approach pathologies and other considerations. Register above for the full course.
Our course consists of in-person workshops, observation, practice teaching and guided practice.
Workshops are called modules. We have nine modules, 158 face-to-face hours. Those modules are: Foundations, Mat I, Mat II, Reformer I, II and III and (other) Apparatus I, II, and III.
In our comprehensive course, we cover: mat, magic circle, hand weights, reformer, cadillac, wunda chair, high chair, ladder barrel, spine corrector and ped-o-pul.
Pre-requisites Include a working knowledge of anatomy, a minimum of 75 personal Pilates practice hours, an understanding of Joseph Pilates and a passion to learn the full Pilates program.
Reading list Return to Life and Your Health by Joseph Pilates are required. Titles written by Blandine Calais-Germain, especially Anatomy of Movement. The Anatomy Trail Guide is a valuable anatomy text and can assist a beginner teacher in recognizing and recruiting particular muscles and muscle groups. The Pilates Method Alliance study guide is helpful as you get closer to taking your PMA CPT exam.
Anatomy If students have not completed Anatomy and Physiology I & II at a college level or the equivalent, completion of this education is required. We have our own Anatomy course that will fulfill this requirement.
Practicum Each student takes a practical exam upon completing their modules, hours and anatomy requirements. Exams are three hours long, include two long form essays and two hours of teaching.
PMA CPT Our program more than qualifies our graduates to take the Pilates Method Alliance exam should they choose to.
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