Body Harmonics Continuing Education courses are a great way to expand your knowledge, your skills and your horizons—with hands-on learning that’s current, relevant and immediately applicable. Our roster of some 50 different courses—from beginner to advanced—are held at our two Toronto locations and a growing number of Affiliate and Host locations worldwide. And if you’re working towards fulfilling your Body Harmonics Continuing Education Credit requirements or working towards one of our Specialist designations, each course you take gets you a step closer.
The content in our Continuing Education courses are designed to deepen your knowledge of human movement and increase your skill set so that you may apply it to teaching both in-person and online.
Who can attend?
Body Harmonics Continuing Education is open to teachers and practitioners of all kinds. No previous Pilates experience is necessary; however, some courses have pre-requisites as they are progressive in nature.
CECs, accreditation & benefits
Attending Body Harmonics courses is a great way to gain new knowledge and earn CECs at the same time (Pilates Track grads are required to complete a minimum of 15 CECs every two years). All course participants receive a certificate of completion in addition to CEC credits and may also repeat courses at 50% of our regular tuition fees.
Choose a topic that piques your interest
Whether you want to dip your foot into a new subject area or fine-tune your teaching skills, our broad array of Pilates & Movement Continuing Education courses will inspire you to be the best teacher and mover you can be.
Attend one of our scheduled courses or set up a Teacher Training Tutorial to learn on your own time, at your own pace.
Adding Free Weights to Mat Classes
Advanced Functional Anatomy
Advanced Postural Analysis
Anatomy for Motion
Arthritis: The Modern Epidemic
Beyond Breast Cancer
Breathing Mechanics and Protocols
Build a Strong and Supple Spine
Career Growth Essentials for Pilates and Movement Professionals
Cervical Spine Mechanics and Protocols
Client Assessment Protocols
Essentials of Client Care
Ethical and Conscious Touch
Foot and Ankle: The Body’s Spring System
Golf Mechanics and Protocols
Handedness and Scoliosis
How to Help the Hypermobile Body
Mapping Your Muscles
Mind-Body Exercise for Men
Movement and Exercise for Inflammatory and Autoimmune Diseases
Movement and Exercise for Pregnancy
Myofascial Lines of Movement
Osteopenia, Osteoporosis and Orthopaedic Health
Pilates Arc Repertoire
Post-Natal Reconditioning and Diastasis Recti Repair
Post-Rehab Protocols: Hip and Knee
Post-Rehab Protocols: Shoulder
Post-Rehab Protocols: Spine
Power and Balance for Hip and Knee
Pre- and Post-Rehab Solutions for Knee Replacements and ACL Reconstruction
Rehabilitative Exercise Principles and Process
Running Mechanics and Protocols
Sacroiliac Joint: The Critical, Functional Link
Self-Care Strategies for Jaw Pain
Simplifying the Shoulder Complex
Strength, Balance and Fall Prevention for Seniors
Successful Strategies for Teaching Online
Swimming Mechanics and Protocols
Teens on the Move
Towards a Healthy Pelvic Floor
Ultimate Mat: Repertoire Plus
Ultimate Reformer: Repertoire + Jumpboard
Unlock the Mighty and Mysterious Psoas
Upper Cervical Spine