BE A PILATES INSTRUCTOR
As a STOTT PILATES Licensed Training Centre since 2008, Pilatique has established itself as the island city’s premier Pilates training centre for STOTT PILATES, recognised by American Council of Exercise (ACE), Can-Fit-Pro and the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario, as a continuing education provider.
Pilatique’s STOTT PILATES instructor training courses have a very systematic structure to build a strong foundation for becoming a successful Pilates instructor.
Courses are broken down into Essential, Intermediate and Advanced levels to allow safe, efficient progress for hopeful Pilates instructors to earn a Pilates certification and learn how to help clients build strength and stability in the joints and enhance agility of movement.
STOTT PILATES COURSES @ PILATIQUE
STOTT PILATES™ Intensive Program (Level 1)
STOTT PILATES™ Intensive Program (Level 1) is intended for those already working in the fields of fitness or movement, or those who have completed the Functional Anatomy course and meet the Pilates class requirements.
The focus is on expanding student’s current knowledge while delivering complete instruction in STOTT PILATES principles and Essential and Intermediate exercises in a fast-paced format.
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Advanced Program (Level 2)
Advanced Program (Level 2) begins with a review of relevant Essential and Intermediate exercises, then students learn to apply STOTT PILATES biomechanical principles to exercises that require a higher degree of strength, balance and coordination.
These courses can be taken immediately after the corresponding Level 1 course or as a series of courses.
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Spinal, Pelvic & Scapular Stabilization: Matwork
STOTT PILATES™ developed its Rehabilitation Program specifically for professionals who assess, diagnose, treat, and prescribe exercise for the rehabilitation and/or prevention of injuries, providing them with training to integrate Pilates into their practice.
The Rehab Matwork module introduces the instructor to the biomechanical principles of STOTT PILATES and how they apply to modified Matwork exercises. Light equipment including Balls, Bands and Rollers are used to emphasize lumbo-pelvic and shoulder girdle stabilization and the role they play in rehabilitation and injury prevention. Courses are typically conducted over three days.
Review of the STOTT PILATES Five Basic Principles
Identification of proper execution and movement patterns
Effective verbal cueing and imagery
Clinical problem solving using the STOTT PILATES method
A focus on spinal, pelvic and scapular conditions
Over 35 exercises plus multiple modifications
Applications are accepted from the following licensed or certified professionals only:
Medical Doctors or Sports Medicine Doctors
Any professional with a minimum of two years of full-time study from a certifying/ licensing/degree-granting institution in anatomy, physiology, injury prevention or, exercise prescription with clinical experience, and who has been granted the right to assess, diagnose, treat, and prescribe exercise for the rehabilitation and/or prevention of injuries.
Requirements of Pilates Certification:
18 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
Minimum 6 hours observation w minimum 10 hours physical review
Minimum 10 hours practice teaching w Total: 44 hours
1.8 STOTT PILATES
We offer a wide range of STOTT PILATES workshops (both on schedule and ad-hoc on request). These help to keep students updated on the latest development in movement studies and provide more programming ideas to current instructors. Since all workshops are open to both instructors and regular Pilates practitioners, they also serve as good opportunities for non-instructors to learn about the STOTT PILATES method, at the same time enjoy a good workout session.
– Workshop descriptions, schedule and fees
– Want more information? Fill in the Pilatique Education Information Form and we’ll get back to you on how to embark on your STOTT PILATES journey.
– Already know what course you’re interested in? Submit the Pilatique Student Application Form for step 1 of your Pilates journey.