Pilates for Injuries & Pathologies, Sam Wood, Wimbledon – 6 October 2023
First Aid Course – 1 Day – Valid 3 Years – Wimbledon, Nov 2023
12th Nov 2023 (1 day)
Valid for 3 years
Pilates for Scoliosis – Rika Brixie – Wimbledon, London, Jan 2024
Pilates for Scoliosis – Online – Rika Brixie, Jan 2024
BASI UK Faculty offer BASI Pilates workshops in Wimbledon, London, UK to help graduates and students to stay on the cutting edge of the Pilates Method.
Various different Pilates workshops are provided that focus on different areas of interest, such as Pilates for the Mature Client, improving teaching methods, how to work more effectively with the upper girdle, and how to work with accessories during mat work. Other workshops and courses include teaching credentials, ProBridge, Pilates for men, movement physiology and anatomy, and many more interesting topics. There are also internationally acclaimed workshops presented by renowned experts on Pilates, which will benefit anybody who attends these.
At BASI Pilates UK, we are passionate about Pilates and teaching people how to teach others. Our instructors training is accredited and opens the door to a whole new career in health and exercise, and our London Pilates workshop classes are a great way to start with a programme. We strive at all times to maintain high standards of professionalism and we aim to promote the cause of Pilates through the teaching of very high calibre instructors and teachers. Our goal is to ensure that our training and instruction is cutting edge, and that this advantage is maintained throughout the careers of our instructors.
For more information about the BASI Method see here
Advantages of Pilates Workshops
You will be able to find value in various benefits when attending our Pilates workshop classes. Workshops in general are sessions that are conducted with the focus on a particular topic or part of an idea as a whole. They are interactive and often physical, and this helps the attendee to better absorb what is learnt, and to replicate it more effectively. When a movement is performed, rather than just studied, it is easier to remember the move, and when doing it correctly is important, it is vital that the person physically experiences what is taught.