Pilates Method

Pilates Method

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Fitness Professionals: Pilates Method is the first book to be written for the specific needs of Pilates instructors. It contains everything a new teacher needs to know in order to pass the national qualification and is an ideal reference for experienced instructors. Pilates is one of the most popular - and fastest growing - group exercise classes in the UK. For many years it has not been possible to write a definitive book for instructors as there have been many different schools of teaching. However, these have recently been brought together under a single national assessment, meaning that all Pilates instructors must have the same foundation knowledge. This book will cover these foundation subjects, which include: anatomy the key principles of Pilates assessment structuring a session teaching a session. Written to the requirements of the national standards, this book contains everything an instructor needs to know in order to successfully teach Pilates.David Coultier, H. (2001), Anatomy of Hatha Yoga: A Manual for Students, Teachers and Practitioners, Body and Breath. Department of ... Merrithew, M. ( 2001), STOTT Pilates: The Contemporary Approach, Merrithew Corporation. Norris, C.


Title:Pilates Method
Author: Debbie Lawrence
Publisher:Bloomsbury Publishing - 2015-08-27
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