Reformer 1 (18 hours) Introduction to the Reformer & Beginning Exercises
Prerequisites: Movement Principles and 20 Reformer classes. 1 year experience teaching movement. Anatomy required prior to testing out.
This course introduces the Universal Reformer, the center piece of the Pilates equipment studio and an invaluable training tool. Reformer 1 includes an introduction to safely using the Pilates Reformer for a wide variety of supine, seated and standing exercises for the beginning to intermediate student. Movement Principles include improving lower body alignment, creating balanced muscle development and learning a protocol for effectively training the upper body.
Reformer 1: Dates and Times
August 27, 2021 | 3pm - 8pm
August 28, 2021 | 1pm - 7pm
August 29, 2021 | 12pm - 5pm
Reformer 2 (16 hours) Intermediate Exercises
Prerequisite: Reformer 1
Reformer 2 expands the potential of the Reformer with intermediate and advanced exercises and modifications along with programs designs for special populations including prenatal and postnatal clients and clients with osteoporosis and lower back injuries. Class design, dynamic assessment and correcting common dysfunctional movement patterns are also included.
Reformer 2: Dates and Times
September 24, 2021 | 3pm - 8pm
September 25, 2021 | 1pm - 7pm
September 26, 2021 | 12pm - 5pm
Reformer 3 (16 hours)
Advanced Exercises & Programming
Prerequisite: Reformer 2
Reformer 3 is the pinnacle of the Reformer work and includes advanced and super advanced exercises to challenge clients to achieve their best. Progressive sequences designed to teach students advanced movement skills are included along with an introduction to the revolutionary Principle Based Programming System helping you to create successful classes for clients at any level.
Reformer 3: Dates and Times
November 12, 2021 | 3pm - 8pm
November 13, 2021 | 1pm - 7pm
November 14, 2021 | 12pm - 5pm
Reformer Program Includes:
Requirements for Completion – Reformer only To become a fully qualified Balanced Body Reformer Instructor, students must complete the following:
Total hours for completion of Reformer program: 214 hours (not including anatomy).
Requirements for Completion – Mat & Reformer
To become a fully qualified Balanced Body Mat and Reformer Instructor, students must complete the following:
Total hours for completion of Reformer program: 332 hours (not including anatomy).
The Reformer, developed by Joseph Pilates, is an extraordinarily flexible piece of exercise equipment. Learn how to use the Reformer and Pilates exercises to create powerful programming designed to optimize your clients potential.
* Virtual Course available details below
REFORMER COURSE DATES:
We are excited to announce that Pilates Reformer Modules are available via live virtual classes that run in conjunction with our in-studio classes. Participants must have a Reformer at home or have a Reformer available for your use in your studio. Contact Bodyline Pilates to insure you are set-up correctly for virtual courses.
Preparing for your virtual class
Viewing Video Classes
Gain a foundational understanding of the body in motion, and how to use it in improving your clients’ every day lives!
New Course Begins: May 28, 2021
From fundamentals to advanced movements, and a wide array of variations in-between. Pilates Mat provides versatility in your teaching.
New Course Begins: June 25, 2021
The Trapeze Table, Chair, Barrels and small equipment complete the Pilates exercise system.
Course Begins: June 18, 2021
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