Polestar Pilates Principles Online

Bring to life your ability to assess, problem solve, design and modify exercise programs based on your clients’ needs and abilities!

Experience and apply the theories of movement that lay the foundation for Polestar Pilates in this prerequisite for all other Polestar courses. Using evidence-based research, you will discover the passage ways for movement throughout the body and develop the tools to provide either assistance for or challenge your clients in helping them achieve their goals.

Hours16
LocationOnline
Certification Certificate of Completion

Cost

£ 195

Full cost is redeemable in full if subsequently booking either Mat, Reformer or Comprehensive course within 3 months.

Includes:

  • Online training resources

Outcomes

Ideal For

Format

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Deepen your knowledge in current evidence-based research pertaining to movement science, motor learning, bioenergetics and communication
  • Understand the Polestar Principles of Movement
  • Demonstrate ability to correctly execute and teach over 130 exercises and their variations
  • Be able to use the ICF Model or the Polestar Screening™, specifically designed for the movement professional, which includes postural evaluation and functional testing to determine your clients’ strengths, weaknesses and goals

Anyone who wants a low-cost introduction to the theory and practice of Pilates.

This is 10-hour course with 8 segments. Each segment will be available after the completion of the previous one. Quizzes, resources, and discussions qualify your learning as you go through the course.

Introduction
Principle 1: Breathing
Principle 2: Axial Elongation & Core Control
Principle 3: Spine Articulation
Principle 4: Organization of the Head, Neck, and Shoulders
Principle 5: Alignment & Weight Bearing of the Extremities
Principle 6: Movement Integration
Principles: Additional Resources

How Your Time Is Spent

Video Lectures (5 Hours)31%
Online Quizzes (5 hours)31%
Self Mastery (6 hours)36%

Questions?