Welcome to the Taube Pilates Active Ageing course!
Imagine yourself two years from now, looking back on the intervening time. What would you love to have accomplished in your Pilates career and personal life? How have you helped others? What kind of teacher have you become?
What you teach matters. How you teach it matters even more.
While this Active Ageing course is written for teachers, the principles, concepts and programs it contains can benefit many people.
This Active Ageing course comprises ten main modules.
- Reformer – to build muscle, increase flexibility and range of movement
- Balance – provides you with concepts and practical progression to accelerate your clients to the next level of challenge safely
- Osteoporosis – building bone density
- Pelvic Floor strengthening
- Neurological disorders – Parkinsons’ disease
- The spine including spinal canal stenosis
- Knee Pain
- Hips – arthritis and hip replacements
- Breast Cancer Recovery
- Good posture and Upper thoracic extension
While I hope this Active Ageing course will give you practical tools for engaging in working with older clients and taking the next step in your Pilates career or personal practice, my greater hope is that it will elevate the trajectory of your own health and youthful vitality. By practicing these exercises and developing your muscle, balance and bone density, you will enjoy the genuine satisfaction that flows from working out and working hard at Pilates – so worth it – mentally, physically, and also uplifting for your spirit.
I hope you’ll return to this Active Ageing course again and again as you navigate your way through the maze of classes, clients, and challenges that are certain to unfold before you in your upcoming years as a Pilates practitioner. May it become a trusted guide for making clear and safe decisions, not just for your clients and classes but yourself also in terms of programming, verbal and tactile cueing in person and remote classes. I hope you will be able to seize opportunities for teaching others and enjoy the rewards and satisfaction you’ll receive by doing so.
Take action to generate opportunities by forging relationships with other Pilates instructors, physiotherapists, osteopaths and Myotherapists; innovate and build upon your successful Pilates career.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This course is for people who have completed their Pilates certification and are now facing new challenges not covered in depth by their foundation course.
Feel good about yourself. Feel confident.
HOW LONG DOES THIS COURSE TAKE?
The Active Ageing course is approximately eight weeks. You can go through it and you can take your time because you have lifetime access. If I were you, I would take some of that time and carve out a couple of one or two hour blocks a week. And that way you can keep training your clients, but also you can learn along the way and you can start to test new repertoire with them every time you see them.
YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO CHANGE LIVES
I enjoy helping people feel happy about their body and enjoying life. Pilates is the foundation of what I love. Obviously, I want to help people change their lives, and I am sure you do too!
Send me a little DM on Instagram once you join. @taubepilatestraining I’d love to know once you’re in.
- Effect of pilates method on physical fitness related to health in the elderly: A systematic review
- Integrating Pilates Exercise into an Exercise Program for 65+ Year-Old Women to Reduce Falls
- Pilates Reformer exercises for fall risk reduction in older adults: A randomized controlled trial
- Reformer Repertiore
- Repertoire Class 1 – Osteoporosis and Osteopenia
- PDF Osteoporosis Australia
- REVIEW 1
- Repertoire Class 2 – Movement: Hip Strength, Balance and Resistance Training
- PDF form RACGP and Osteoporosis Australia
- Review 2
- Repertoire Class 3 – Standard Mat Pilates Class with Modifications
- Medical Guide
- Review 3
- Repertoire Class 4
- AMS Osteoporosis 2014
- Repertoire Class 5
- Axial Elongation, Balance and Load Bearing
- Repertoire Class 6
- Musculoskeletal Fact Sheet – Osteoporosis by Australian Institute of Health & Welfare
- Repertoire Class 7
- Repertoire Class 8
- Osteoporosis Repertoire
- The Knack
- Pelvic Floor muscle training for women
- Bristol stool chart
- Pelvic Floor Screening tool
- 10 step Guide
- Pelvic floor safe resistance exercise
- 10 pelvic floor protection
- Pelvic floor first guide
- Pelvic floor
- Pelvic floor essentials with Sue Croft
- Hypertonic pelvic floor
- Pelvic floor anatomy
- Hover or sit
- one in three women who have ever had a baby wet themselves
- Fecal incontinence
- Pelvic floor and core exercise
- Pelvic Floor Friendly Repertoire
Neurological disorders: Parkinson's Disease an introduction to early onset
- Parkinson’s Disease (Shaking Palsy) – Clinical Presentation and Pathophysiology
- The Effectiveness of Exercise Interventions for People with Parkinson’s Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- The effects of exercise on cognition in Parkinson’s disease: a systematic review
- Effects of Exercise on Falls, Balance, and Gait Ability in Parkinson’s Disease: A Meta-analysis
- Parkinson’s Repertoire early onset
- Spine Anatomy Review
- Lumbar Spine Anatomy
- Pilates for Improvement of Muscle Endurance, Flexibility, Balance, and Posture
- Efficacy of Pilates Exercises as Therapeutic Intervention in Treating Patients with Low Back Pain
- Degenerative Spondylolisthesis
- Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
- Spine Repertoire
- Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease
Hip - arthritis and hip relpacements
Breast Cancer Surgery Recovery
Good posture and upper thoracic extension
Bibliographies & websites