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Pilates teacher advice

With the rapid rise in interest in the field, there's never been a better time to train as a Pilates teacher. With clubs all over the country now offering Pilates programs, there's sure to be plenty of demand for instructors.

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Demand for Pilates teachers is high right now - health clubs throughout Britain now offer this discipline, which thousands of people have found to be an effective way to change and improve their body strength and posture.

Pilates teachers help clients to learn a variety of stretching and conditioning exercises based on eight key principles:

  • Relaxation
  • Coordination
  • Alignment
  • Stamina
  • Concentration
  • Centring
  • Breathing
  • Flowing movement
To instruct in this area you will need to enroll in a recognized course such as the OCR Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Exercise and Fitness (Pilates).

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