ALL WORKSHOPS ARE NCPT CEC APPROVED!
Join me Nov. 3-4, 2023 for four workshops designed to get you fired up about your teaching. Sign up for by September 25, 2023 for early bird pricing!
*Above Prices Increase to $600 on September 25, 2023*
Recordings will be emailed to all participants in person and on Zoom.
Athletic Reformer: Friday Nov. 3 1pm-4pm $175 (save when purchasing all 4 workshops, see pricing above)
In this workshop you will learn athletic executions of Pilates based exercises that can be taught in your group classes and private sessions. You will explore non-classical applications on the Reformer and discover new ways to strengthen, stretch, and connect to your body. 3 NCPT CEC'S
Tower/Mat Workshop: Friday, Nov. 3 4:30pm-7:30pm $175 (save when purchasing all 4 workshops, see pricing above)
In this workshop you will learn creative approaches to teaching Tower or Spring Board classes. The mat work will be the inspiration for the Tower exercises and you will breathe new life into movements you may regularly teach already. You’ll also learn sequences that will help you flow your Tower or Spring Board classes by minimizing equipment changes, so your clients are always moving. 3 NCPT CEC'S
Creative Equipment Combos: Saturday, Nov. 4 11am-2pm $175 (save when purchasing all 4 workshops, see pricing above)
Learn new ways to utilize your Pilates equipment in this exciting original workshop. You will combine the use of the Reformer with the Tower Unit, The Chair with the Tower Unit or Cadillac, and the Reformer with the Mat work. Get ready to be inspired and wowed with new approaches to the equipment. 3 NCPT CEC'S
Advanced Classical Reformer: Saturday, Nov. 4 2:30-5:30pm $175 (save when purchasing all 4 workshops, see pricing above)
In this workshop you’ll learn the level IV-V classical Reformer exercises and how to apply them to your daily teaching. Transitions will be taught so you can create a flow for more advanced workouts. Progressions and modifications will also be covered, so you can teach variations when the fullest execution of an exercise may not be appropriate. 3 NCPT CEC'S