The Real Pilates Standards of Training are distinguished by our focus on 4 key elements. Your weekly assignments are designed to develop your skill in each of these areas as well as your Anatomy, History and more.
WEEK 13 INDEPENDENT WORK
LINK: WEEK 12 ANSWER KEY
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ON THE FLOOR ASSIGNMENT
Q1. Timing is Everything - Mat Drill - 3-4 times this week do a full Intermediate Mat. - Time yourself. Post your dates and times each round.
Q2. Routine Swap - This week you are to spend some more time with the Wunda Chair. learning routines created by your colleagues.
Assess TWO routines according the following:
- Do they flow well?
- Do they make sense to your body (subjective of course).
- Is there a clear theme or idea that simply performing the exercises makes clear?
Q3. Flow Technique - In all your Reformer and Cadillac workouts and teaching this week conduct your transitions and set ups working in one direction only. From front to back and back to front to decrease transition time and enhance flow.
Describe your personal experience. Where is this the easiest? Where is it the hardest?
Q: REWRITE this policy. Make this sound better. Using Positive Language. Instead of telling them the bad news - tell them the good news.
“Studio “X” enforces a 24 hour cancellation policy for all appointments. In order to reschedule your appointment you must notify a us at xxx-xxx-xxxx as soon as possible to avoid being CHARGED IN FULL by credit card or invoice for the missed appointment. Appointments cancelled within less than 24 Hours will be charged the full rate for that appointment. Please note that all Monday appointments will require Friday notification.”
PROGRAM DESIGN ASSIGNMENT
Q1. Theme Sheets!
Design a full One-on-One session on the idea of opposition or two-way stretch.
Q2. Create and Submit a new Theme sheet for your Group class this week. Make minor adjustments to last week’s class.
get ready to test out - tip
Real words make noise! Use Word bubbles to explode the word your client needs to hear. Lie on your “STOMACH” can sound a million different ways - but if they hear the word “stomach” - they’ll respond appropriately. Use volume, pauses, and inflection to “pop” the words that need to be heard.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK!