Pilates Teacher Training Course – Starts Mar 20th

The Comprehensive Teacher Training Course (CTTC)

More than simply a program of study, the BASI® CTTC is an enduring foundation for a career in Pilates, with graduates qualified to teach up to advanced level students on the full complement of standard equipment.

The course provides a thorough, comprehensive education in Pilates covering the full range of Pilates equipment: Mat, Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda Chair, Avalon, Ped-a-pul, Ladder Barrel, Step Barrel and various other auxiliary apparatus.

It is a complete and intensive college-level program that provides a solid foundation for teaching, as well as, a thorough understanding of all facets of Pilates. The course also includes instruction on thge BASI® “Block System” (a comprehensive programming and teaching methodology) and on the science of human movement, anatomy and physiology.

Upon completion of the course, you will be qualified to:

  • Work according to the principles of Pilates and introduce these tenets to clients and students
  • Assess posture and posture types, as well as detect postural deviations
  • Solve problems and provide effective exercise solutions for many physical conditions
  • Compile comprehensive and safe Pilates programs, tailored to individual needs
  • Use the BASI® Block System to successfully administer individual and group sessions
  • Analyze and understand the Pilates exercises, based on anatomical and biomechanical principles
  • Demonstrate at a high level the vast repertoire of classic Pilates exercises, as well as a wide range of original BASI exercises
  • Use the full line of major Pilates apparatus, including the revolutionary Avalon system
  • Modify exercises according to the needs and goals of the individual
  • Work with specific populations and be equipped to embark on BASI® Advanced Education courses

Prerequisites

  • Familiarity with the teachings of Joseph Pilates – It is highly recommended to have familiarity and experience in Pilates (both Mat Work and on the apparatus for the Comprehensive Course) before embarking on this course of study.
  • Study in basic anatomy and physiology – Although it is recommended that this be a college level course, it is also acceptable if it is part of another area of study such as a massage therapy, physical therapy or some other similar program.
  • Experience in a related form of physical activity – Over the years it has become apparent that experience in other physical activities is extremely beneficial. This allows the student to relate and compare the work to past movement experience.
  • Teaching experience is recommended – Teaching is a learned skill, an art and a natural talent. Any past teaching experience, even in an unrelatd area will contribute to the process of becoming a teacher of the Pilates method.

Graduation requirements

  • Attendance of all modules
  • Examination process including written assignments
  • Teaching observation: up to 100 hours
  • Student teaching: up to 200 hours
  • Practice: over 200 hours

Tuition and Fees

  • Tuition: The Cost of the BASI Pilates Comprehensive Teacher Training Course is $3995 if paid in full and $4195 if paid in installments. Pricing includes registration, materials and other associated payment plan fees.
  • Full Payment: $3,795 – A single payment, to be paid up to 15 days prior to the commencement of the course.
  • Payment Plan: $4,195 (3 payments totaling $4195)
    1st payment: $1,995 (includes $500 registration fee: due ten (10) business days prior to the first day of commencement of the course)
    2nd payment: $1,100 (due seven (7) business days prior to the first day of the 4th Module)
    3rd payment: $1,100 (due weven (7) business days prior to the first day of the 7th Modlue)
  • A $500 is required and should be submitted with the application form. $450 of the registration fee will be credited towards your course tuition, while $50 is a non-refundable administration fee. If your application is not accepted, you will be refunded $450 within thirty (30) days. The Registration Fee is non-refundable following approval of your application.

The Mat Work Teacher Training Course (MWTTC)

The mat work course is a stepping stone to the full comprehensive course. It is advised for students who do not have the time or resources to study the comprehensive course, or those in locations without Pilates equipment.

We regard the Mat Work as the “crown jewel” of Pilates. It is the essence of the system, without which a great void would exist. The Mat Work Teacher Training course provides a thorough education in Mat Work and its infinite applications. In addition to being the foundation on which all else is based, it is also the perfect springboard to the Comprehensive Teacher Training Course.

It is affordable, easy to integrate into many different settings and introduces people to the foundation of Pilates. There is no part of the Pilates system that exemplifies the principles of the method, particularly flow, quite as well as the Mat work. Students study a very wide repertoire of Mat Work exercises and the integration of small apparatus into the Mat program.

Upon completion of the course, you will be qualified to:

  • Work according to the principles of Pilates and introduce these tenets to clients and students
  • Assess posture and posture types, as well as detect postural deviations
  • Solve problems and provide effective exercise solutions to many physical conditions
  • Compile comprehensive and safe Pilates Mat work programs tailored to individual and group needs
  • Adapt a class to different settings and environments
  • Integrate small apparatus into a Mat class to achieve optimum results
  • Use the BASI® Block System to successfully administer Mat work classes
  • Analyze and understand the Pilates exercises based on anatomical and biomechanical principles
  • Demonstrate at a high level the vast repertoire of classic Pilates exercises as well as a wide range of original BASI exercises
  • Modify exercises according to the needs and goals of the individual
  • Establish a sound foundation to embark on the CTTC

Prerequisites

  • Familiarity with the teachings of Joseph Pilates – It is highly recommended to have familiarity and experience in Pilates (both Mat Work and on the apparatus for the Comprehensive Course) before embarking on this course of study.
  • Study in basic anatomy and physiology – Although it is recommended that this be a college level course, it is also acceptable if it is part of another area of study such as a massage therapy, physical therapy or some other similar program.
  • Experience in a related form of physical activity – Over the years it has become apparent that experience in other physical activities is extremely beneficial. This allows the student to relate and compare the work to past movement experience.
  • Teaching experience is recommended – Teaching is a learned skill, an art and a natural talent. Any past teaching experience, even in an unrelatd area will contribute to the process of becoming a teacher of the Pilates method.

Graduation requirements

  • Attendance of all modules
  • Examination process including written assignments
  • Teaching observation: minumum of 15 hours
  • Student teaching: minimum of 30 hours
  • Practice: over 60 hours

Tuition and Fees

  • Tuition: $1100.00 USD
  • A $500 deposit is required to reserve your space; $50 is non-refundable

BASI Pilates Comprehensive Course Dates for 2016:

Module 1             March 20               1pm – 8pm

Module 2             March 21               1pm – 8pm

Module 3             March 22               11am – 6pm

 

Module 4             April 25                 1pm – 8pm

Module 5             April 26                 1pm – 8pm

Module 6             April 27                 11am – 6pm

 

Module 7             May 29                  1pm – 8pm

Module 8             May 30                  1pm – 8pm

Module 9             May 31                  11am – 6pm

 

Module 10           June 27                 1pm – 8pm

Module 11           June 28                 1pm – 8pm

Module 12           June 29                 11am – 6pm