September 11: The Art of Teaching With Connection
with Maria Pertile
Elevate your teaching skills and client connection with a workshop designed to create community, improve communication, and foster success in the studio. Through break-out groups and interactive activities, you'll learn how to deliver an effective, fun-filled, successful Pilates class for all levels. This workshop will cover inclusion, observation, work and affirmation in regards to how we relate to our clients. Quality connection and communication will lead to higher client retention, bigger class sizes, and more opportunities to sell your services and impact the lives of others. Walk away from this this workshop feeling energized and ready to teach polished, effective classes!
Register HERE - Registration will close 9/10/22 at 4p PT/7p ET
October 1: Special Populations Q&A
with Anula Maiberg
PLEASE NOTE THIS WORKSHOP WILL NOT PROVIDE CEC'S BUT YOU MAY PETITION FOR THEM.
Come to this workshop with a list of all your questions about special populations! We will define "special populations," discuss common challenges In a group setting, learn new Ideas for class programming, and dive Into all of your questions around active agers, working with larger humans, general spine Injuries/limitations, pre/post-natal, and more! From utilizing Inclusive language to modifying without making things "easy," you will leave the workshop armed with Ideas and tools to support everyone who shows up to your classes or private sessions.
Register HERE - Registration will close 9/30/22 at 4p PT/7p ET
October 15: Good to Great to Awesome
This workshop is designed to help you become the best instructor you can be. Learn how to attract and keep clients, improve your teaching skills, and take your professional development to the next level. Based on John’s Video eBook, this workshop covers everything from dealing with competition to having the “it” factor.
Equipment Needed: None
Register HERE - Registration will close 10/14/22 at 4p PT/7p ET
November 12: Manual Cueing Like a Pro
This 2 hour workshop will focus on how to manually cue clients with a deeper anatomical understanding. We'll explore how manual cueing differs with the external input of the apparatus, how the body reacts with feedback and input from the springs versus the ropes, and how can guide and enhance the movement experience for them. Additionally, you'll learn how to build rapport with clients, establish safety and trust, and navigate how to appropriately tactile cue.
Equipment Needed: This workshop can be attended through observation only or to follow along, please have access to a Reformer, Chair, Springboard, and TRX If possible. Having a body to practice tactile cueing on will be beneficial.
Register HERE - Registration will close 11/11/22 at 4p PT/7p ET