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Workshop #1615

Defy Gravity

2 hr 30 min - Workshop
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Description

Join Amy Taylor Alpers and discover how to teach the idea of suspension versus stabilization. Utilizing Pilates Mat and Reformer exercises you will explore ways of reconnecting to the innate tensegrity in your body. Finding the tensegrity in your body will help you create an internal shower which makes you healthier and stronger.

Objections

- Learn the meaning of tensegrity and how it applies to your body and Pilates

- Learn ways to move that put the tensegrity back in your body

- Learn words and cues that will help facilitate tensegrity with your clients

Print out Amy's handout for a list of terms and diagrams used in this workshop.
What You'll Need: Reformer, Mat

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May 23, 2014
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Continuing Education Credits

If you complete this workshop, you will earn:

3.0 credits from Pilates Method Alliance (PMA)

The PMA is a professional association and certifying agency for the Pilates industry.

Comments

3 people like this.
Thanks for making this available Amy! It makes seeing you in a couple months that much more exciting!
2 people like this.
Great workshop Amy. You and Rachael are an inspiration to me, just as you were in 2007 when I went through the Pilates Center training program. You are both brilliant teachers. Thank you.
2 people like this.
Thanks you guys. Miss you both. Come to our Summer Conf. If you can. It's going to be awesome!
This workshop was amazingly helpful! Thank you for explaining the concept of tensegrity in a way that makes sense and is so very applicable to teaching Pilates as it was originally created. I have attended workshops about fascia research before, but really hadn't quite figured out how to communicate this concept and until very recently had no idea how it completely changes our ideas on how the body should move. Many thanks!

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