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더욱 효과적인 티칭연습을 위한 5단계

May 9, 2019

For my Korean friends:

새내기 필라테스 강사들을 가르치는 선생님으로써, 나는 종종 새내기 필라테스 강사들에게  “주변의 모든 친구들과 가족들에게 가르치는 연습을 해보세요”라고 반복적으로 말하는 내 자신을 발견하곤 한다. 하지만 우리가 어떻게 해야지만 이런 연습시간을 최고로 활용할수 있을까?

글쎄, 당신은 운이 좋다! 당신의 티칭 능력을 크게 향상시켜줄수 있을뿐만 아니라 당신의 전반적인 이해까지도 도울수 있는 티칭연습 가이드를 함께 나누어 보고자 한다.

최근의 많은 새로운 연구 결과들을 통해 알수…

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Learn to Organize Teaching Cues (Try these Flashcards)

September 17, 2017

It’s tempting to try to cue every correction, in each single repetition. But not only is this a mouthful, it’s also difficult for clients to understand what to focus on.

Instead, try to cue something new for each repetition of the exercise. This way the client receives additional information about technique.

I’ve created some flash cards that you can download below to help you begin organizing your cues and corrections.

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Let’s Make Pilates imagery magic

June 14, 2017

“Now, do the same movement as though you’re pulling a rabbit from a magician’s hat.”  As soon as the words left my lips, both my client and I burst into laughter.

Ok this may be a hilarious, even borderline ridiculously example of imagery. But imagery is such a powerful tool as a Pilates instructor. What makes sense to one client may not to another. Some clients need anatomical,…

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Go From Teacher Training To First Class With Confidence

May 16, 2017

Many of my students that go through Pilates teacher training finish their courses and get started practicing. Then they realize that they learned so much that they don’t know where to begin. So when teacher in training Mary Cobb came to me with suggestion for how she organized her study time, I had to share it with all of you!

You’ve completed your first Pilates teacher training…

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How to Capture Clients & Intensify Your Core Message

November 1, 2016

Let’s talk messaging.

During a Pilates session, what is the most important message you aim to communicate to your clients? Or to say it in a different way: What are the key points about Pilates you want your clients to be thinking about during the session (and perhaps outside of the session later on)?

Seriously, take a second and write down a few ideas. I’ll wait…

So, I asked this same…