This pelvic floor workshop is filled with updated info that goes well beyond the kegel. Open to anyone interested in improving low back and pelvic function. The additional add on workshop for Pilates teachers will allow you to better serve clients with any pelvic dysfunction.
This course continues the in-depth exploration of all aspects of teaching. Postural programming, applied anatomy, adaptive communication are the focus while learning the diverse and expansive reformer repertoire. Significant practice and review are required between sessions.
This FM workshop is open to all – teachers, students and newcomers alike. We will use the brilliance of the Franklin Method to improve our hip function, ease, and mobility via the tools of dynamic imagery, increased awareness, and education. Certified in the Franklin Method, Laura loves giving this workshop for the accessible and effective techniques that can lead to profound change and to better function.
Laura Helsel, Pilates Process Director, has developed this course over 20 years of teaching. The Pilates Process studio in Toronto specializes in therapeutic teaching, helping clients address chronic pain, injuries and dysfunction and Laura brings her expertise to teachers interested in being more effective and confident in this realm. This course will be taught by Laura Helsel, Alison Ward & Tiffany Johns.
The first step to becoming a Pilates teacher. Learn the fundamental Mat repertoire and so much more! We introduce the basics of functional anatomy, postural analysis and programming, cueing and communication in a creative, supportive and fun environment.
Mat Level 1 March 1 & 2, 8 & 9, 15 & 16,
Mat Level 2April 5 & 6, 12 & 13