Reformed – Part 1 and 2

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This course is designed for the rejuvenation of the reformer repertoire looking at traditional and modern variations and progressions. The course is designed to improve understanding of the nuances of the repertoire and how it can be applied for a variety of clients and settings from clinical and rehabilitation to fitness studios. As the most well-known piece of Pilates equipment this course aims at giving you more tools to explore the repertoire and make your clients work on the reformer more functional and supportive while at the same time challenging.

Reformed – Part 1 addresses the lower limb, feet in straps and hip disassociation work using the reformer. Part 2 adderessed the upper limb, hands in straps and shoulder disassociation work on the reformer. The course layers understanding of this repertoire and how it relates to the pilates mat work and other apparatus. Through this course we explore the purpose and focus of the work, ways to spot poor movement patterning and how to cue correction. We also address the various consideratons and contraindications for specific exercises. Our detailed digital manual explains the various muscles, teaching tools, modifications and variations for the various exercises described in the course. With this course you will receive sample programs to help teachers connect the various repertoire into a flowing program appropriate for various levels of clients.

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