Enroll early for the Pilates Technique Teacher Training program, and you can get a head start on your Observation hours. The Lectures will commence March 2010, but you can start logging your Observation hours now. It's a great way to get started and really begin to learn about Pilates before the lectures even commence. Beyond an insightful preview of what you will be learning, you will see how experienced teachers run and structure their sessions. 

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Register early for the Pilates Technique Teacher Training program, and you can get a head start on your Observation hours. The Lectures will commence March 2010, but you can start logging your Observation hours now. It's a great way to get started and really begin to learn about Pilates before the lectures even commence. You can get a handle on the way sessions are run, how teachers structure sessions and a preview of what you will be learning.

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There is a great lab on Friday Yay!

Pilates is great!

There will be a workshop for the reformer.  My only complaints about the book are small. The book lacks an index. Given the meticulous editing/layout of the rest of the book, I fondly hope this gets addressed in a future revision. Also, the book doesn't mention the well-respected Exercise Ball body of work that Paul Chek has created. Whether or not the author endorses that work, it deserves at least a mention in the "Resources" section of the book.

Don't forget to breath. In any case, I think this is a landmark book -- and well-needed. Exercise balls are being massively marketed right now; there is a crucial need for instruction on how to use these devices safely and effectively. Providing these students with a well-grounded introduction to Pilates makes it all the better. was done in the 1940’s.

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Our current trainees are deep in Level 3, working on their observation, practice teaching and self-workout hours. They are definitely finding this new level challenging, but a lot of fun! At the lecture, there were many excited faces, especially when they saw exercises like the Twist on the Cadillac or the One Arm Pull-up on the Wunda chair. They all thought it was a huge leap in levels.

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