- Learn about some of the different props used in Pilates sessions
- Explore 39 exercises plus variations using three different props – band, ball and foam roller
- Understand the reasons for using each prop and distinguish exactly what the prop is achieving in each exercise
- Explore the concepts of progressions and regressions of Pilates exercises and how a prop can help with both
- Relate prop variations back to Network’s Fundamental and Intermediate Pilates exercises.
|Accreditation||Fitness Australia – 2 CECs* / REPs NZ – 2 CPDs (*valid until 30/05/2022)
In order to obtain Fitness Australia CECs, this course must be completed by 30/05/2022
|Investment||$260 members / $379 non-members|
|Delivery mode||Combined online learning with video tuition (videos are streamed online via the Network member portal, so you will need to have a strong internet connection).|
|Pre-requisite/s||Certificate III in Fitness|
|Approx. duration||2 hours|
|Assessment||Online multiple choice|
|Access Period||You have 12 months from date of purchase to complete this course. A $50 extension fee will be required if you do not complete your course within the allocated time frame. If you wish to obtain the CECs/PDPs/CPDs, you will need to complete the course by the CEC expiry date listed above.|
About the author:
Stephanie Glickman has been teaching Pilates since 2004 and established Armature (Brunswick, Victoria) in 2006. Armature combines Pilates with strength training, across group and individual sessions. A former Stott Pilates Instructor Trainer, Stephanie now lectures on Pilates and Clinical Pilates for Breathe Education. She is certified through Stott Pilates, Breathe Education, Pilates ITC and Polestar Pilates. She regularly presents nationally at fitness and Pilates conferences, usually around her favourite topic – the fusion of Pilates and strength training.