Injuries and modifications
In depth information of common injuries and modifications to support injuries in class
This course is perfect for those who want to dive deeper into their anatomy knowledge and the common injuries that you may see in classes. Whether you are a new teacher, have been teaching for years or have completed your Barre, Pilates Mat or Reformer Pilates course, this course is an incredible addition to continue growing your knowledge as an instructor. After this course, you will feel more confident when dealing with clients with injuries and how to safely modify and support them in classes.
This course includes information about common injuries of the below:
- Foot and ankle injuries and modifications;
- Knee injuries and modifications;
- Hip injuries and modifications;
- Spine injuries and modifications;
- Shoulder injuries and modifications;
- Wrist and elbow injuries and modifications.
We will further explore the anatomy of each section of the body so you can better understand the causes and symptoms of injuries, what movements to avoid and how to confidently support your clients with injuries.
Melissa has always been passionate about movement having an active childhood growing up in Melbourne and Sydney. Studying Anatomy and Physiology at University within her Chiropractic studies, she is passionate about forming therapy around movement. Being drawn to Pilates to find strength and to have a break from studying, she also found it significantly aided her concentration. Becoming hooked Melissa studied Pilates and continues to develop her skills and repertoire.
A love of mind body connection and movement, she provides a challenging class with light-hearted fun!
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We'd love you to study with us!
We designed this world-class online training to meet the needs of all Pilates and barre teachers. We know you'll love it and it will give you the confidence to safely teach clients, regardless of their physical abilities or injuries.