TPT Teacher Training – Contrology with Christine for the Classically Curious
The TPT Teacher Training program is a comprehensive, classical program (meaning you will ONLY be taught the exercises developed by Joseph Pilates, a few from Jay Grimes and Romana Kryzanowska and other elders such as Eve Gentry and Carolla Trier). The program is comprised of theory (lectures), anatomy, practice teaching, observation and personal training. Your personal Pilates practice is what gives you the deepest understanding of the Pilates system. Applicants to the program must be currently practising and working at an intermediate level. You will be required to perform an assessment evaluation prior to being accepted into the program if you are not currently attending the studio.
Learning Pilates as it is meant to be taught (as a system), will help to develop your teaching skills so you are able to provide the missing links to your clients easily and efficiently. When practiced this way, it creates the maximum amount of change in a minimal amount of time. In addition, you will be using high end, quality equipment (Contrology/BB and Gratz) which is the best equipment in regards to how it helps you to find the work in the system.
This journey will challenge you and provide you with the skills you need to become a highly qualified, confident Pilates teacher.
Following is a complete breakdown of the program:
- Entrance evaluation
- Theory (includes anatomy and repertoire) taught over 5 weekends throughout the year
- Practical work:
- Observation of certified instructors
- Practice teaching
- Privates and open studio sessions (taking lessons from certified instructors)
- Personal (self) practice
- Miscellaneous (reading, videos, personal study, etc.)
- Full advisor support throughout program
To fulfill all requirements, you should look at committing 10-15 hours a week to your training.
The theory/lectures will be taught over 5 separate weekends throughout the year. During these weekends, you will cover the history of Pilates, the Pilates repertoire, how to use each piece of equipment and basic anatomy. You will also learn how to assess clients and how to develop a program that will help facilitate change in the client so they can ‘Return To Life’. Conditions and contraindications will also be covered so that you can confidently teach clients coming to you from injury who are looking to get back into a healthy exercise regime. You will learn how to teach sessions with multi-levels of fitness and learn why and when to choose certain pieces of equipment over others to support your client in getting to new, stronger places within the body. Attendance to each of the 5 weekends as well as completion of the minimum requirement of hours is mandatory in order to complete the program.
Receive the benefit of Christine’s 20+ years of experience. Understand why there are differences in the Pilates world and why you should learn the classical system. There is a reason.
For more information please contact Christine on 250-320-2639 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.