Polestar Examination and Qualification

Remain at the highest quality of teaching

Polestar Pilates qualifications are designed to successfully bring you to a level of mastery, preparing you to become a competent Pilates Practitioner in the training method of your choice (Studio, Mat, Reformer and Rehabilitation). Polestar’s competency exams measure your ability to justify your exercise selections or treatment plan.

 

The Polestar Exam validates your capability to do the correct exercise selection and modification, sequencing, accuracy, verbal and tactile cueing and the quality of the instruction for each individual in a Pilates-evolved enviroment.

 

Studio and Rehab Qualification exams consists of:

  • A written exam consisting of 50 multiple choice questions (50 points)
  • A case study with written problem solving (50 points)
  • A practical one-on-one demonstration of theoretical knowledge, exercise mastery, movement teaching skills and problem solving skills with an oral defence (50 points).
  • The written portion of the exam (parts 1 and 2) lasts approximately two hours in total, and part 3 lasts approximately one hour. The entire exam is worth a total of 150 points. To be certified, the candidate must pass all sections above with a minimum score of 80% per section.

Mat and Reformer Qualification exams consists of:

  • A written exam consisting of 50 multiple choice questions (50 points)
  • A case study with written problem solving (50 points)
  • Participation in a mock mat or reformer class. During this practical section the candidate both teaches a portion of a mat class and demonstrates their exercise performance as a ‘student’ in a class of 6-10 candidates. Candidates will be evaluated on exercise modification, sequencing, accuracy, verbal and tactile cueing and the quality of the instruction. (50 points)
  • The written portion of the exam (parts 1 and 2) lasts approximately two hours in total, and part 3 lasts approximately one hour. The entire exam is worth a total of 150 points. To be certified, the candidate must pass all sections above with a minimum score of 80% per section.

Upcoming exams dates:

Exams – Malaysia – Apr 2020

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Exams – Hong Kong – Jun & Oct 2020

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Exams – Bangkok – Oct 2020

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