Costa Mesa, CA
The ProBridge Graduate Program follows the ProBridge Foundation Program
The Graduate Program provides a thorough and comprehensive education in Pilates covering the full range of Pilates equipment. This program follows the same condense, intensive format as the Foundation ProBridge Program.
Students who sign up for both the ProBridge Foundation and the Graduate Programs, at the same time receive a $200 discount on the ProBridge Graduate Program Fee.
The ProBridge Programs have been approved for 36 CECs by the PMA. Students must attend both Foundation and Graduate Programs to receive CECs.
We welcome students who have completed the BASI Comprehensive Program to Audit and experience an intense review of the work they did previously. Clarification of nuances of movement allows BASI graduates or current Comprehensive students to revisit the original material without the stress, and hone their existig skills.
The ProBridge Program is open to any Pilates professional whose qualifications are deemed sufficient by BASI Pilates. The ProBridge Program is also open to all graduates of the BASI Comprehensive Program.
Students must provide documentation of successful completion from a recognized Comprehensive Pilates teacher training program. The program must be a minimum of 450 hours, including training on all apparatus. Online training is not acceptable. The previous training must have included a practical assessment of movement and teaching skills. The director of the training program must have had a minimum of ten years teaching Pilates at the time of training.
Please review our Refund Policy before registering for a program (may not apply to Licensee territories).
Program schedule is subject to postponement or cancellation, based on student enrollment.
*All fees are in U.S. Dollars.
DAY 1 – MUSCULAR BALANCE/IMBALANCE
THE LOWER LIMBS
Nov 16, 2018
10am - 5pm
Topics covered will include imbalance in strength and flexibility, functional exercises and movement patterns. In addition, a look at the hip joint, knee joint and ankle complex as well as an examination of the gait cycle are included. Repertoire includes intermediate/advanced Mat, Reformer and Wunda Chair. A one-hour mat class will be given. Total of 6 hours class time is provided.
DAY 2 – THE SHOULDER / PROGRAM DESIGN PRINCIPLES
Nov 17, 2018
10am - 5pm
Topics covered will include the shoulder complex, correct mechanics, dysfunction and injury. In addition, principles of training, appropriate level of repertoire and working with a broad range of clients will be offered and discussed. Repertoire includes intermediate to advanced Reformer, Wunda Chair and Cadillac, Avalon® Step Barrel and Ladder Barrel. A one-hour mat class will be given. Total of 6 hours class time is provided.
DAY 3 – SPECIFIC POPULATIONS
Nov 18, 2018
9am - 4pm
Topics covered will include a look into specific populations requiring specialized sessions. Various groups will be discussed with a special look at the athlete and populations with restrictions. Habitual movement patterns, imbalances, teaching methodology as well the differences of working with women versus men will all be reviewed. Repertoire includes intermediate/advanced Reformer, Wunda Chair, Avalon® Step and Ladder Barrel. A one-hour mat class will be given. Total of 6 hours class time is provided.