GATEWAY PILATES

The perfect introduction to teaching Pilates

Pilates is about efficient exercise, in a way that strengthens, rehabilitates, and prevents injuries. Gateway Pilates is an introduction to the Pilates Method and the Polestar approach. Gateway Pilates is ideal training if you want to deepen your Pilates experience, enhance your current scope of practice, or begin a career teaching Pilates.

You will gain a deeper understanding of the Pilates method and history, learn selected Pilates exercises, and walk away with the practical skills to apply correct form and sequencing. Gateway will enhance your understanding of biomechanics and common movement pathologies to help keep your clients safe from injury.

Upcoming Gateway Courses

Gateway Mat, London (Polestar Pilates)

Gateway Mat London

31st Oct 2020 - 1st Nov 2020

Gateway Mat, London (Polestar Pilates)

Gateway Mat London

16th Jan 2021 - 17th Jan 2021

INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY

Anatomy & Physiology Starter Course for Pilates teachers and students

This anatomy and physiology online course provides a practical introduction to the human body.
It is designed for those planning to undergo Pilates teacher training who have no pre-existing  anatomy knowledge.  It is also suitable for students and graduates who feel they lack this fundamental understanding, or would like to revisit the basics of the skeletal and muscular systems and their relevance to movement.
Students can expect to finish the course with a much better anatomical understanding  of the meaning of commonly used terminology you will hear and use from the very start of your Pilates teacher training.
Unlike many anatomy courses, this is specifically designed for prospective Pilates teachers and movement professionals. You will learn about the human body and it’s relevance within the scope of the Pilates teachers practice.
The workshop is split into two sections:
  • introduction to the muscular system
  • introduction to the skeletal system
You will gain a basic understanding of:
  • The human skeleton: bones, joints and relationships between them
  • Planes of motion such as “frontal”, “transverse” and “Sagittal “ A’s well as joint action such as flexion, extension, pronation, supination and so on
  • Muscles, their locations in the body and their functions
  • Muscle contraction types – concentric, eccentric, isometric

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