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Programming postural assessment and correction

Online Study

a. Pilates movement Repertoires

Learn the movements of different levels through the video, and study programming and the way of teaching.



Initial Consultations (IC)

IC: Guide Programs

Instructor Report


Good Posture versus Bad Posture

Physiology of Posture

The plumbline and the anatomical position

Static postural assessment

Dynamic postural assessment \

Common faulty postures

Kyphotic Posture

Lordotic Posture

Fatigue/ Sway-Back Posture

Flat Back Posture Scoliosis

Asymmetries \

Genu Varus and Genu Valgus

Pronation and Supination

Correcting faulty postures

Developing a postural correction program


Special Conditions

planning and programming

Online Study

Undertake exercise planning and programming



The PIC System™: Review

Time Constraints Programming

Choosing Apparatus and Programming

Apparatus Programming

Programming, Progression and Regression


Pre-Pilates Repertoire: Pelvic Clocks & Hip Release

Pre-Pilates Repertoire: Side Lying Rotation & Puppet Arms

Pre-Pilates Repertoire: Supine Pole

Pre-Pilates Repertoire: Diamond Extension

Pre-Pilates Repertoire: Seated Pelvic Tlits/ Clocks

Pre-Pilates Repertoire: Quadruped Stabilisation

Pre-Pilates Repertoire: Protraction/ Retraction & Happy Puppy

Pre-Pilates Repertoire: Side Lying Hip Series & Clams

Pre-Pilates Repertoire: VMO Extension & Piriformis Stretch

Muscle Structure and Function

Muscle Contractions and Roles

Muscle Roles

Stability and Balance

Common Terminology used in Exercise and Rehabilitation

Special Conditions

Pilates for Pregnancy

Pilates for Pregnancy: First and Second Trimester

Pilates for Pregnancy: Third Trimester and Post Natal

Ageing and Longevity

Common conditions of the hip

Common conditions of the knee

Common conditions of the ankle

Common shoulder conditions

Conditions of the elbow and wrist

Spine and Back

Low Back Pain

Piriformis Syndrome

Disc Bulge

Degenerative Spine Conditions

Scoliosis and Osteoporosis

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