Pilates Repertoire Courses
Explore a comprehensive range of repertoire on Pilates equipment, delving into both traditional and contemporary interpretations. Our repertoire courses provide a deep understanding of the exercises performed on the equipment, allowing you to expand your skill set and versatility as a Pilates practitioner.
Pilates Repertoire Courses
Our Pilates repertoire courses will take you through the repertoire of the Mat and all Pilates apparatus, as well as some non-traditional pilates apparatus (CoreAlign and Fuse Ladder). These courses look at traditional and contemporary interpretations of the repertoire, and are appropriate for:
// experienced teachers wanting to review their understanding of repertoire and explore new ways of modifications and variation
// qualified teachers returning to teaching after a break
// students and junior teachers undertaking their training wanting detailed instructions and materials to help supplement materials they receive in their formal training course
We have broken the Pilates repertoire courses into families of exercises and set ups, so that students can work through the progression of the repertoire from an introductory level through to more complex movements. Each course and manual will identify the family of exercises associated with repertoire. We have organised the material in this way to help students make connections between the repertoire of Pilates and non-Pilates apparatus to better understand the relationship between the focus and purpose of the work and the movement in general. We have also provided small flow and transition classes throughout the courses to help students better understand how the repertoire works when teaching a class.
Some of our repertoire courses are recognised for continuing education credits with ESSA, NPCP and PAA. If you are a member of AusActive you can receive CEC points for the courses through the affiliated education arrangements. If you are and Australian Allied Health Practitioner needing AHPRA points you can receive points through presenting the course outline and certificate of completion.
Upgrade Your Learning
The organisation of the repertoire into families complements the organisation of the Anatomy Dimensions Foundation series. Students can undertake different repertoire courses in conjunction with an Anatomy Dimension Foundational Courses or Bundles to help them deepen their understanding of the repertoire.
Students wanting to undertake the repertoire in conjunction with our foundational series could undertake the courses:
// Leg and Footwork Sections (Anatomy and Dimensions Lower Limbs Bundle)
// Hip Disassociation Sections (Anatomy and Dimensions Lower Limbs Bundle)
// Feet In Straps Sections (Anatomy and Dimensions Lower Limbs Bundle)
// Abdominals and Torso Sections (Anatomy and Dimensions Spine and Torso)
// Shoulder Disassociation Sections (Anatomy and Dimensions Upper Limb Bundle)
// Spinal Articulation Sections (Anatomy and Dimensions Spine and Torso)
// Side and Back Sections (Anatomy and Dimensions Spine and Torso)
// Body Integration (All Courses)