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Mission & Vision

Pilates & Movement Online Science Based Movement Health and Wellness Clinics Body Harmonics Pilates Toronto Pilates Classes and Privates International Pilates Teacher Training


What’s behind Body Harmonics Education?


We are excellence committed and want success for Pilates and movement professionals on every level. Our mission at Body Harmonics Education is to equip all our students and alumni with the tools to learn, teach and empower through healthy movement practices that are dependent on a critical thinking process, client-centric practices, reflection and technical skills.


To be a global leader in evidence-based and somatic movement education for all.


We value knowledge acquisition, the development of technical expertise and critical reasoning. We hold a deep respect for somatic education and experiential learning and our motto, “meet the person where they are,” is woven into every aspect of our curriculum.

How we develop our curriculum

Evidence-based research and clinical best practices underpin all of our curriculum. Starting with a map of optimal function regardless of the topic, allows students to focus on what works in the human movement system before zeroing in on impairments, dysfunction or pathology. All programs include lectures, experiential labs, somatic learning, observation and analysis.

Our faculty and what we stand for

Body Harmonics Education faculty are a diverse group of educators with a distinctly curated knowledge set. They are committed to getting students ready for the real world and actively share their clinical and studio experiences to amplify the learning process.

Learning Outcomes

With Body Harmonics Education you can expect to learn how to:

• Build strong, resilient bodies based on biomechanics, neurophysiology and functional outcomes

• Analyse and observe human movement and potential

• Help people manage and overcome chronic movement impairments and pain syndromes

• Consider the whole person in every interaction

• Connect deeply with clients—their needs, abilities, potential and limits

• Reflect on progress, setbacks and plateaus to determine next steps

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