Pilates Rehabilitation Training
This course is for you if you are a Pilates instructor looking to gain more confidence working with clients with injuries and pathologies.
You’ll deepen your understanding of
anatomy and pathological processes, and challenge yourself to think critically when it comes to creating exercises for injured clients.
Enhance’s Course Objectives
UNDERSTAND FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY
You’ll gain a deeper understanding of functional anatomy connections, pathological processes, biomechanics, and movement patterning.
GAIN TOOLS AND CONFIDENCE
You’ll gain the confidence to create new exercises, and the ability to modify and adapt exercises to support your client’s return to functional movement.
IMPROVE REHAB OUTCOMES
You’ll learn to recognise dysfunctional movement in your clients, and gain a deeper understanding of when to integrate with other healthcare providers for optimal rehab outcomes.
Upcoming Course Dates
Check back soon for course dates.
$2,697 + GST; or
10 Payments of $297 + GST.
When you cancel 30 days prior to your start date we’ll honour a full refund (minus a $105 processing fee).
After purchase, you will have lifetime access to the online lectures, videos of the exercises, and the Calibrate Community.
Enhance your skills and gain confidence working with injured clients.
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