Pilates Certification Course - Plymouth, Michigan
@Core Sport in Plymouth taught by Erica Bell
COMPREHENSIVE COURSE, OBSERVATION & PRACTICE SPACE
$5899 EARLY Registration until 11/24/19
We are excited to bring our one of a kind comprehensive certification course back to Plymouth, Michigan in 2020. The PBTT program provides a full 360 degree approach to the method and the industry- not only will you learn how to teach pilates on all of the equipment but you’ll also learn how to navigate the actual business of working as a pilates instructor to build a successful, fulfilling career. We have classical roots but also a deep appreciation for critical thinking and contemporary variations. You’ll learn how to teach to any and all client levels, including how to work with pathologies of all kinds (osteoporosis, scoliosis, etc) so you’ll be prepared for any situation that could come up as a new teacher. Graduates from our program are sought-after and praised for their thorough understanding of the method and ability to skillfully teach effective and enjoyable group and private lessons.
We know that choosing your movement education partner is an important process (and a big investment!) and we think you should know who you are about to be in a career building relationship with. We’re a group of dedicated, passionate Pilates professionals who are drawn to this program for all the solutions it brings to our students and our industry. We are here because of how much we love the method and training the next generation of thoughtful, kind, competent pilates instructors is the best way to ensure this life-changing movement system continues to help more people live pain-free, healthy lives .
Erica Bell, faculty for Pure Body Teacher Training and this course , owns her own thriving home studio and specializes in working with clients of special populations including pre/post natal (with extensive experience with Diastasis Recti), osteoporosis, cancer recovery, injury recovery, and chronic back, neck, hip and shoulder pain. She can’t wait to share her expertise with you and help you reap the benefits of a fulfilling career in movement!
2020Foundations: January 25 - 26
Mat I: February 28 - March 1
Mat II: March 27 - 29
Reformer : April 24 - 26
Apparatus I: May 29 - 31
Reformer II: June 26 - 28
Apparatus II: July 24 - 26
Apparatus III: September 25 - 27
Reformer III: October 16 - 18
practicum: winter 2020
Comprehensive Course $6300 includes course audits for life.
After you register you’ll receive a welcome email explaining what the next steps are. Your manuals will be waiting for you when you arrive on the first day. Once a student with us, you are always a student with us. As such, audits of any module are included in your registration for life - any where, any time. We look forward to meeting you and going along this journey with you! Feel free to reach out to us at any time and be sure to enroll in our digital network right away! (details will be in that welcome email.)
“Learning how to understand and recognize postural alignment in a body really helped me understand Pilates as a uniform system, as well as how to organize a flow and have intentional cueing. PBTT taught me that!”
— Happy Student Whitney S., obtaining her 2nd certification with PBTT
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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