If you want to start teaching Pilates classes, The Complete Pilates Matwork Series is the place to start. You will learn the Pilates principles and Polestar's approach to functional movement. Plus topics like program design, exercise sequencing, techniques, cueing, and everything you need to teach mat classes with confidence. It takes 3 months to complete the face-to-face training, with one weekend per month for 3 months. Plus another 80 hours of self-mastery and 50 hours of apprentice teaching. When you pass your written and practical exam, you graduate as a Polestar Certified Matwork Pilates Teacher.
|2021 - Round 1|
|CITY||PP||Mat 1||Mat 2||Mat 3|
|SYDNEY||13-14 Feb||20-21 Feb||20-21 Mar||01-02 May|
|MELBOURNE||01-02 May||15-16 May||19-20 June||24-25 July|
|PERTH||20-21 Feb||06-07 March||17-18 April||15-16 May|
|BRISBANE||06-07 March||20-21 March||17-18 April||22-23 May|
|ADELAIDE||20-21 Feb||27-28 Feb||27-28 March||15-16 May|
|CANBERRA||Sydney or ONLINE||01-02 May||05-06 June||10-11 July|
Minimum requirements for entry into this course listed below and evidence is required at registration:
If you are already qualified in one of the following occupations you would meet the Anatomy & Physiology pre-perquisites: Physiotherapist, Osteopath, Exercise Physiologist, Nurse, Myotherapist, Remedial Massage Therapist, Cert IV Personal Trainer.
However, if you are from a different background and have NOT completed any basic Anatomy and Physiology education Polestar has created an online Anatomy course specifically designed as an introduction to muscle skeleton anatomy for movers and movement teachers. This course will provide you with all the required knowledge to commence your Pilates studies. POLESTAR ANATOMY COURSE