Do you want a career having fun and helping people in a meaningful way? Would you like to study a practical, vocationally oriented course, where the learning of comprehensive clinical aspects is supported by mentoring from successful, experienced professionals?
Consider becoming a Pilates instructor. There is a comprehensive studio Pilates rehabilitation course starting in June 2019, hosted face to face, here in Canberra at the beautiful Pilates Can studios. The course is run by the Australian Government approved, and internationally recognised RTO - Polestar Pilates.
Since founder, Joseph Pilates, started the practice nearly 100 years ago, the Pilates Method has been guided by the findings of exercise science. This scientific approach, combined with the caring input of generations of professional Pilates instructors, has been helping millions of people and is growing globally.
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Allied health kudos
Nurturing injured bodies to a state of healing and wellbeing has earned qualified Pilates instructors an exceptional name among many allied health professionals nationally and internationally. These health professionals will often refer their clients to specialist Pilates studios.
Heal injured bodies
Many people have injuries, conditions or effects from sedentary living. A superb solution for these problems can be found at professional Pilates studios. With expert guidance, from highly trained Pilates instructors, clients increase their body awareness and improve their wellbeing, positively influencing everyday activities.
Dedicated professional instructors ensure the clinical quality of the practice as well as the social, friendly and fun atmosphere of each session. They have an almost unlimited Pilates exercise repertoire to achieve efficient movement patterns. This impacts the client's entire life. A well-trained Pilates instructor can assess the client and clinically program specialist Pilates exercises that will gently and holistically enhance the client's movement.
The instructor develops personalised client programs, using specialist Pilates equipment. The Pilates Reformer and Trapeze Table, among others, have the advantage of being able to re-orient the client's movements to gravity, depending on the client's needs.
Professional Pilates instructors continually assess clients, adjusting their personalised exercise regime appropriately. This is ongoing depending on how the client's body and mind are responding. The connection between the client and the instructor is very important. The ratio of clients to instructors is kept very small, starting with one to one, and then moving to a maximum of four clients per instructor in "semi-private sessions".
Find out more at pilatescan.com.au