24/01/2020

“Self-care”: it’s so much more than a product of the wellness industry. At its core, self-care is any activity undertaken with intention to improve and or maintain our mental, emotional and physical health. We see this very concept in the Workplace Health and Safety unit (HLTWHS001) of our Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction and associated Instruction Pathways. In this blog, we explore the importance of self-care for Instructors, in an operational context, and ask you to identify activities, practices and consider strategies for supporting your wellbeing as a professional.

Pilates Heaven. New York City 2014 —

26/03/2020

You better believe Pilates ITC Faculty and our Directors practice what they preach when it comes to Continuing Education! (But when you live and breathe the Method, seeking out growth opportunities is a joy!) We’ve rebooted this archived blog from 2014, written by Director Frances Cahill, detailing her month of Pilates heaven working with some […]

Curvy Bodies with Helen New —

21/01/2020

In early June 2019, renowned Scoliosis specialist Helen New paid a visit to Pilates ITC HQ in Perth to deliver a series of Studio sessions and the main event, Curvy Bodies: A Scoliosis Workshop, for WA Instructors and Students. Continuing Ed isn’t “just for” qualified, experienced Instructors; to illustrate this point we sat down with Pilates ITC WA Educator, Lora Rainey and Diploma Graduate, Nikki Ramm to reflect on their CE experience with Helen New.