Pilates Teacher Training | Become A Pilates Instructor & Reap Benefits Foreverby Move Thrive Be Fit & Be Ready
There ain’t any doubt that a correct body posture is important for each & every individual. Ever since we get in our senses, we are taught by our parents to sit straight, stand upright, walk right, etc. Though we listen to them, most of us don’t know why we are taught so. Well, the answer us too straight that wrong body posture leads to many issues. Want to know some? Weak health, body pain and poor body language. Also, lack of confidence. Yes, you may not believe but inappropriate posture often makes one feel inferior, which then leads to development of lack of confidence.
Are you wondering reasons to overcome these issues? Well, you will be glad to know that pilates can help you with that. Want to know what’s even better? Becoming an instructor, as this will help you improve your talent and help others enjoy the physical and mental thoughts. To enroll in pilates teacher training, you need to ask yourself 2 important questions. These are:
1. Which excites you more? Group classes or one-on-one private training sessions. Or you are interested in both?
2. Do you want to teach mat work or Pilates exercises for beginners ? Or you want to teach a combination of both?
As far as group classes are concerned, the aim is adhering to predetermined series of exercises to offer balanced and whole-body workout. Talking about the privates sessions, the workout ate customized to help the client meet their needs & goals. Providing combination of both these is quite common for the pilates teachers, which allows them more opportunities and benefits.
Though private and group training need a in-depth understanding of pilates, teachers skills of both are way different.
Skills of Group Instructor
- Energetic and motivating
- Understands pace and rhythm
- Makes the exercises balanced and safe
- Provide modifications for all levels
- Attends each student in the class
Skills of Private Instructor
- Helps the learner to establish, achieve and manage their goals
- Is patient and a good listener
- Shows compassion
- Understands needs of the clients and designs helpful programs for them
- Encourages persistence
- Stays self-motivated
- Good at setting personal training goals
There’s a lot to learn and teach in pilates. If you are crazy for it like anything and want to stick to it forever, becoming a full-time instructor is the best way. With so many institutions out there to help, you can easily find instructors who will inculcate the best skills & techniques in you and help you become a professional teacher.
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