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 ScreeningTM, 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.
|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
Polestar Online - As a Polestar student you will have access to a significant amount of valuable course material through the Polestar Online platform (the material granted depends on the course that you have registered for). Access is included in your course fee, although there is a time limit on the length of time you will be able to access the online material.
This offers students access to this valuable study resource up until the time they sit the exam. For professional courses, students are encouraged to take the exam 6-8 months after the original last course module. Students who choose to sit the exam at a later date (up to 1 year after the original final course module) may have to pay an extra fee in order to maintain access to the online material.
More details can be found in our terms and conditions here. You may also need to check with your host, as there may be country specific terms and conditions of enrollment.