Clinical Reformer Pilates Teacher Training

Third Party Event

Venue Reform Physiotherapy And Pilates
City Malahide
County Dublin
Contact Hours 32
Event Type Course/Workshop
Specialities Management, Musculoskeletal Therapy, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Pilates, Sports Medicine
Presenter Details Anne Hanley is a Chartered Physiotherapist, with a honours degree from UCD and MSc in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She is the owner of Reform Physiotherapy and Pilates which runs over 100 Pilates classes weekly. She has over 10 years experience teaching Reformer Pilates as a Physiotherapist, and is passionate about using Reformer Pilates to aid rehabilitation and treat her Physiotherapy clients.
Anne formulated this new Clinical Reformer Pilates Teaching course after years of developing a way of teaching Pilates that was based on her Physiotherapy expertise and the current evidence on exercise prescription.
Roisin Carroll is a Chartered Physiotherapist with specialist post graduate training in Womens Health. Roisin will also be assisting training on this course, and is able to offer her experitise from a Women's Health point of view. Roisin also has a interest in sports physiotherapy, and enjoys developing new exercise and methods to rehab sports injuries.
Refreshments Included No
Free Event No
How to Book email
Contact Person Anne Hanley
Contact Email [email protected]
Pre Course Requirement Currently Studying Or Qualified Healthcare Or Exercise Science/strength And Conditioning
Student Cost Info €1230 For Early Bird Reg (Dec 23)
Non-Member Price €1380.00
Date 9 Feb 2024 17:00 - 3 Mar 2024 17:00

This Reformer Clinical Pilates Teacher Training course aims to provide the knowledge to participants
required to provide prescriptive exercise through Clinical Pilates for individuals or a group setting.
This course aims to ensure each participant gains a deep understanding of how to safely and
effectively use the Reformer Pilates Machine and an in-depth knowledge of the teaching principles
needed to deliver Clinical Reformer Pilates to the general public.
Participants will have a pre-requisite to be qualified or studying a health care profession or strength
and conditioning coach or exercise physiologist. Therefore, upon entering this course, participants
are expected to have a pre-existing education in anatomy and physiology, injury and rehabilitation,
exercise prescription and exercise classes.

he full training takes 63 hours.
• 32 full contact hours.
• 20 self directed learning hours.
• 10 observation/supervised teaching hours after the training has commenced.
• 1 examination hour.

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