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The Next Level of Pilates Instruction
What should you do when you feel like your Pilates teaching has hit a plateau? According to many master instructors, going “back-to-school” may be the solution.
As third- and fourth-generation Pilates teachers progress in their careers, many are seeking specialized instruction to help elevate their understanding of the method and its applications. Training programs are answering the demand, with instructors like Tom McCook of Center of Balance in Mountain View, CA, offering Continuing Education Courses with the experienced instructor in mind. “The goal of these workshops is to support teachers in developing the art of teaching and cultivating personal balance which allows you have a successful life,” says McCook, who plans to launch an intensive advanced teacher training program in late 2007. “It’s also about cultivating a community of teachers to share and develop with.”
The Pilates Center of Boulder, CO, is also making strides in advanced teaching instruction. The center, which is run under the direction of Rachel Taylor Segel and Amy Taylor Alpers, is the first to offer a Master’s program in Pilates education. Open to experienced instructors, this 96-hour seminar series is designed to impart instructors with a more specialized knowledge, teaching them to better identify and correct imbalances, work with clients with special needs and create more effective programming.
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