I came across an article on Pilates Pro with top five teaching tools for new Pilates instructors that I thought will be interesting to share. http://pilates-pro.com/pilates-pro/2008/2/14/top-five-teaching-tools-for-new-instructors.html My favourite is “Repeat Repeat Repeat” which brings back to my previous blog post that covered the differences between Pilates and Yoga. Pilates classes are generally more structured than Yoga classes. Do not be […]
Category: Pilates Instructor
An Essential Reading for All Pilates Instructors
I wanted to share an essential guide book for Pilates that all instructors should read and own. Pilates Anatomy by Rael Isacowitz and Karen Clippenger It has a step by step guide to the execution of over 45 mat exercises. What I really like about the book is the illustrations of the targeted and accompanying […]
Do you feel like a fraud Pilates instructor?
Happy Friday! A follow up to my last post on whether you’re ready to become a Pilates instructor. It is common to have fear that we don’t know enough and can’t be a good instructor if you can’t do all the exercises perfectly! I came across a post and video from Wake Up Cloud that reaffirms […]
Are You Ready to Become a Pilates Instructor?
If you are looking at embarking on a Pilates journey to become a certified instructor, here’s a great article to help you decide. Personally, I think having the passion and deep interest in Pilates is the prerequisite, and the next most important thing is interest in helping others. http://pilates.about.com/od/becomingandinstructor/a/Teacher-Quest.htm Summary of five key questions: 1) […]
I have been looking for a studio to further my Pilates training in London, and found that there are so many options and can be rather overwhelming. After much research online and visits to the different studios, I have compiled this information that may be useful for anyone who is looking at options for Pilates […]