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.

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Reformer One

As the most well-known piece of Pilates equipment, this course gives you more tools to make your clients work functional and challenging.

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Reformer Two

In this course, we will take you through repertoire for the Reformer, more specifically abdominal work, arm work and upper limb disassociation.

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Reformer Three

In this course we will take you through repertoire for the Reformer, more specifically additional leg work, spinal articulation and body integration.

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Reformer Four

In this course, we will take you through repertoire for the Reformer, more specifically additional work on the long box and prone work.

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CoreAlign® 1

The Pilates Stands Up course introduces movement teachers to the CoreAlign® and how its unique apparatus relates to Pilates repertoire.

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CoreAlign® 2

The Pilates Stands Up course extends a movement teachers repertoire on the CoreAlign® and gives ways to adapt the repertoire for clients.

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Resetting the Table 1

Learn how to get the most out of your Trapeze Table with new, innovative and engaging ways of using this trusted piece of Pilates equipment in your studio.

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Resetting the Table 2

Movement teachers can discover more leg and arm work repertoire for the Trapeze Table from introductory level through to more complex movements.

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The Things that Mat-ter

This course gives you the tools to teach the Pilates Mat work repertoire and to make your clients work functional and challenging and for you to teach with confidence.

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Recovering your Chair

Recovering your Chair will help you rediscover the wunda chair and learn how to use this versatile piece of classical Pilates equipment to its fullest potential.

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Embracing The Curve

The Embracing the Curve course introduces movement teachers to the Barrel and Arcs and how this relates to Pilates repertoire particularly on the Reformer and the Mat.

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)

What Our Students Have to Say

Body Organics courses are perfect for the seasoned instructor who wants to learn a deeper knowledge of anatomy. Body Organics teachers have an incredible way of explaining complicated biomechanics in easy to apply methods. I’ve always found learning anatomy from a textbook hard to follow, but Carla applies imagery to bring the concepts to life. When you understand how the body moves, you’ll be able to have the capability to cater to a range of complex clients and this is what you get with Body Organics.
Kimi Broadbent
Melbourne, Victoria
I have been teaching Pilates for over 25 years and never stop learning from Carla! Body Organics Education is my go to for continuing education and deepening my knowledge. Carla is one amazing and generous lady, with a gift of explaining anatomy and how the body works in a way that I totally understand. Attention to detail and making sure you understand what is being delivered is Carla’s priority. I highly recommend Body Organics Education, you won’t be disappointed.
Renae Blackmore
Gosford, New South Wales
Carla is a highly experienced and very knowledgeable instructor with a unique take on the Pilates method. Always generous with her expertise, she really opened my eyes to the beauty and power of movement via Pilates. I have continued my continuing education with Body Organics, one of the best things I ever did, and cannot recommend them highly enough!
Kathy Sharp
Brisbane, Queensland
The teachers cater to the current stance of the course participants as individuals, and teach as highly informative guides, in a manner that helps the participant to discover their own ideas and to further guide themselves. Do a Body Organics Course and be re-born as a teacher. Also, Carla is super funny - partake in a course simply for the comedic value!
Jane Brewer
Cairns, Queensland