Designing and delivering classes is a critical part of being a successful Pilates instructor. It’s important that what you teach makes a positive difference to your clients so they walk away feeling stronger and more mobile. This requires you to design a good class that makes sense and deliver it clearly. When you do, your confidence will skyrocket.
These past couple years, articles have been posted on Body Harmonics Shoptalk about class design, class cueing and even some sample class plans. Here are the ones you should check out to help you design and teach awesome classes.
I hope you find these references helpful.
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Author: Larisa Makuch
Larisa Makuch is a Pilates & Movement teacher, teacher trainer and ELDOA instructor. She draws on her experiences to create innovative teaching and business strategies. Larisa has a Body Harmonics Comprehensive Pilates diploma, several Specialist diplomas and a BA.
“For me it’s all about helping people move better, feel better and build their confidence each and every day. I especially enjoy those ‘aha’ moments when clients and colleagues make discoveries that translate into more freedom, more joy and less pain in their lives.”