Comprehensive Graduate Training Program
Movement Science Made Simple is a comprehensive graduate training program for Pilates instructors. Students may take one or a few of the courses, or they may take them all as part of our Certificate Program. The courses may be taken in any order, with the exception of The Advanced Spine, which has prerequisites.
Our programming is appropriate for Pilates instructors of any background who want to build sustainable careers through honing their knowledge and skills. Our goal is to promote Pilates that is consistent with modern exercise and rehabilitation principles, and to train instructors that are confident working with any client that comes through their door.
The Certificate Program consists of 7 weekend courses, 3 webinars, and 12 hours of study group or small group review sessions. To receive the certificate, students must pass an exam demonstrating their knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of the program.
The full curriculum is as follows:
Weekend courses (12 contact hours each)
- Look, Listen, Push, Pull
Training Freedom and Support in the Head, Neck, and Shoulders
- Separate But Connected
Training Selective Control of the Hips, Pelvis, and Low Back
- Your Song Is Your Strength
The Breathing Mechanism and Core Control
- Stand And Deliver
Understanding the Lower Extremity Kinetic Chain
- The Brain In Pain
Movement Coaching and Modern Neuroscience
- The Advanced Spine
Putting the Pieces Together
The Upper Limb in Arm-standing and Brachiation
Webinars (4.5 contact hours each):
- Working with Common Lumbar Conditions
- Working with Common Shoulder Conditions
- Working with Common Hip Conditions