What You Will Need:
You will need to have access to a Wunda chair. There are many different varieties of Wunda chairs, but you can use any for this course. We are using a Wunda chair with crutches, but you very often use a wall or the Trapeze Table as support for most of the exercises shown in this course.
We also use the long box, but any support at similar height that you can lean and stand on will work as well.
To modify and adjust exercises to accommodate different conditions or abilities we use a range of small props that can be useful to have. It is not necessary to have access to all of these in order to get value out of the course.
- Wunda Chair
- Long Box
- Makarlu Lotus
- Franklin Balls
- Small Block
- Broomstick or Foam Roller (for support)
- Rotator Disc
Further Course Support
Once you’ve purchased the course, you can also order a printed colour manual to be sent to you at an extra cost if you prefer to have it on paper.
You can also join one of our live online tutorials that are being held throughout the year for an additional fee. Dates and times will be continuously updated and can be found on your course page as you log in after purchase. These tutorials will give you the opportunity to ask any questions and further explore the concepts and repertoire presented in the course. You will also have the option of booking private online lessons with one of our teachers if you have more specific questions, case studies to discuss or are wanting to delve deeper into any of the concepts presented in the course.
Continuing Education Credits
The course Recovering your Chair has been approved for continuing education credits by the following associations:
|Pilates Method Alliance||7 credits|
|Australian Pilates Method Association||1 credits|
|Physical Activity Australia||3 credits|
|Pilates Alliance Australasia||6 credits|
|Exercise & Sports Science Australia||15 credits|
13041-1417. PDNF300821. If you join us for the live online tutorial, you will be able to claim a further 1 credit with the APMA and 1.5 credits with the PAA.
The different associations have different criteria for awarding continued education credits, particularly when it comes to online learning, and this is why the credits might differ between them.