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September 28-30, 2018
November 2-4, 2018
December 1, 2018
Level III is the capstone module, refining and polishing skills needed to be an exceptional instructor. This course enhances material learned in Level II, focusing on new mat and apparatus exercises, jumpboard and other auxiliary equipment, lower body anatomy, progression guidelines, touch techniques and advanced cueing for all levels of students and small group classes. Homework assignments will help participants to assimilate the knowledge and skills learned. At the conclusion of the course, participants will receive action plans to guide their further practice and refinement of skills as they practice, observe and practice teach to fulfill the required hours.
To achieve Level III certification, participants must complete both Module 1 and Module 2; log the required hours for observation, personal practice and teaching; and successfully pass the final comprehensive assessments during Module 3.
December 15-16, 2018
The Peak Pilates Mat Certification Program provides a solid foundation in the Classical Mat exercises, while delivering the tools necessary to progress individual clients and group classes safely and effectively in a health club or studio setting. All levels teach the corresponding exercises, while layering in Building Blocks, Modifications, and Exercise Guidelines designed to make you a more confident and effective teacher. We focus on "real life teaching," helping to prepare for the reality of what happens after the course is finished, and how to set yourself—and your class—up for success.
This 17.5-hour course teaches the foundations of Pilates with an examination on how to execute the exercises, as well as an introduction to teaching the classical form of Pilates in a very clear and concise manner. This course also introduces the Peak Pilates 5 Part Formula for Success – a powerful tool to help you develop your full potential as a Pilates instructor.
Certification Requirements: The training includes 16 course contact hours, plus a 2-hour assessment on the second day. A Basic Mat Certification will be awarded upon completing the 16-hour course, successful completion of the assessment and completion of 30 logged hours within three months following the workshop.
November 18, 2018
Maximize your propulsion power with a program designed to burn calories, challenge your cardiovascular system, and improve jump alignment and athletic performance. Learn how to teach a class that offers a challenging variation that is not just fun for athletes but for all fitness participants. Your students will jump for joy!
- Benefits of jump training
- Jump classification
- Jumping and injury prevention
- Group reformer jump class design
- Jump practice
- Peak Pilates® Group Reformer Jump Class
4 Peak Pilates CECs