Reformer Intermediate and Advanced-Short Course
This course builds upon your existing knowledge of the Reformer and both Reformer Essentials and Reformer Intermediate and Advanced must be completed in order to be eligible for the government accredited unit of competency PILEQU501 Teach Reformer Repertoire.
This course will introduce an extensive repertoire of Reformer Intermediate and Advanced exercises. You will also learn about using the Reformer for injuries in the major joints of the body such as the shoulder, hip, knee and ankle. This course will assist you to effectively use a Reformer in your rehabilitation work as well as advancing clients who require a challenge.
The repertoire we have included in the Intermediate/Advance curriculum covers traditional Pilates Reformer exercises as well as some developed by Tensegrity Training developed to extend students in working their bodies on the Reformer in Multiplanal ways and with attention to spinal articulation.
We believe that clients need to move in all Planes of Movement and be challenged in their transitions between various joint actions and movement processes.
If you want to get out of the Sagittal Plane this is the course for you.
|Who should attend this course?||Exercise Physiologists, Physiotherapists, Pilates instructors and other Allied Health professionals providing rehabilitation wanting to work with clients using more advanced exercises focused on spinal health & complex movement patterns|
|Prerequisites:||Studies in Allied Health Professions and prior experience using the Reformer|
|Pre-course Study:||2½ hours|
|How long is the course?||½ day|
|Course Materials:||Short Course Manuals:
|Can I count the course towards my Diploma?||Yes|
|Do I get a government accredited outcome?||Optional assessment for the nationally accredited unit of competency PILEQU501 Teach Reformer repertoire requires undertaking both Reformer Essentials and Reformer Intermediate and Advanced Short Courses. Students completing the Reformer Intermediate and Advanced course will be issued with a Certificate of Attendance for professional development purposes and may work towards completing the government accredited unit of competency PILEQU501 after completing the Reformer Essentials course as well.|
|Availability?||Course Dates and Times|
Why this course?
- Enables you to teach Reformer Intermediate and Advanced
- The only course of its kind offering a unique blend of challenging exercises for fitness, spinal strength, mobility and stability
- Assist your clients to achieve better results while addressing individual needs
- You learn a variety of Reformer exercises to extend your clients no matter what level of fitness or experience
- Enhances your career and professional standing
- You learn how to modify Reformer exercises for varying abilities and injuries
- This course is practical and hands on – you get to experience the exercises and feel them in your body
- You will practise teaching another person those same exercises
- Learn how to identify and correct poor technique in your clients
- You can obtain a nationally recognised statement of attainment
Additional Assessment requirements:
The additional assessment activities required for the unit of competency PILEQU501 Teach Reformer repertoire involve:
- Undertaking both the Reformer Essentials and the Reformer Intermediate and Advanced Short Courses
- Developing a session plan based on the Tensegrity 8 Part SystemTM and delivering the session plan to client(s) in your workplace, using the reformer Essentials, Intermediate and Advanced repertoire
- Post workshop knowledge assessment relating to the Reformer Essentials, Intermediate and Advanced repertoire
- Practical assessment of the Reformer Essentials, Intermediate and Advanced repertoire
This qualification is also recognised by ESSA and attracts 7 CPD points.