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ScolioPilates Professional Workshops

$195.00$495.00

Module I (Anatomy of Scoliosis) is the pre-requisite to Module II (The Professional Seminar). If you plan to take Module II, please register for Module I as well.
We hope you’ll join us! It won’t be the same without you!

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Continuing Education for Pilates Instructors and Physical Therapists

Making A Difference!

Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge. I’m excited to apply what I’ve learned. It’s the kind of work that really makes me feel like I’m making a difference to other’s quality of life.

Joanne W Vancouver November 27, 2015

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Module I is the pre-requisite for Module II.
You must register for Module I, Anatomy of Scoliosis, if you intend on staying for Module II, The Professional Seminar.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I have to be a Pilates Instructor or Physical Therapist to Attend? No, you do not. Please come as you are! If you are interested in this topic and think you can benefit, please, we would love to have you. You can be just a regular Scolio-Gal or Guy who wants to learn more about her/his spine.
  • Can I bring my client/patient who has scoliosis, osteoporosis, a neurological disorder (etc)? Yes, Please! We would love to have them join us as a model. Models are limited to a maximum of 4 hours. If they would like to stay for the entire course, please have them register for the courses.
  • Do I need to read the book before attending? It is HIGHLY recommended that you read Scolio-Pilates and begin to practice the techniques before attending the workshops.
  • Can anyone be an Authorized Scolio-Pilates Practitioner? No, to be an Authorized Scolio-Pilates Practitioner, you must be a professional in your field of movement or therapeutic exercise.  Pilates instructors and Physical therapists are acceptable professions. If you are a professional in some other form of movement or health management techniques, please just ask us! Email Karena at Karena@osteopilates.com.
  • What is the process for becoming an Authorized Scolio-Pilates Practitioner? Once you know that your profession allows you to be an Authorized Practitioner, you must first attend the Anatomy of Scoliosis course, followed by the Scolio-Pilates Professional Seminar. After attending the Scolio-Pilates Professional Seminar, you can register for the Scolio-Pilates Mentorship. There must be 6-12 months between your Scolio-Pilates Professional Seminar and the Scolio-Pilates Mentorship so that you have time to practice what you learned in your first two courses. When you register for your Mentorship, you will receive a sample case study that you will use as a model to complete your own case study. This case study is part of your application to attend the Scolio-Pilates Mentorship. When your application is accepted, you can then attend the Mentorship. After the Mentorship, you will have more work to do to complete your case study.
  • What is the case study? The case study is a basically a very thorough report of the work you performed with one scoliosis client/patient. You will see this client for 10 visits and report on what you did, progress you made, questions you have, and where you want to go next with this client. Please see the sample case study to help you perform this task.
  • What are the benefits of being an Authorized Scolio-Pilates Practitioner? There are many. Just to name a few, you will be part of an active group that acts as a continuing source of information whether it is at our quarterly online meetings, at our private Facebook group or when, as a new practitioner you are paired with a more senior practitioenr for one year to hep you along your Scolio-Pilates path.  You will be invited to assist at workshops and Mentorships and eventually you may even be eligible to teach the  Anatomy of Scoliosis Scolio-Pilates Course.
  • From a business point-of-view, is there a need to help those with scoliosis? Yes, and YES! This is a very under-served population. For several of our practitioners, once they begin seeing scoliosis client, it becomes the biggest percentage of their clientele. We need more practitioners with a passion for serving this under-served population!
  • Is it going to be fun or REALLY fun? It’s going to be REALLY fun! We always have such a great time. The entire journey of becoming an Authorized Scolio-Piates Practitoner, can be just over a year-long process, but the rewards are great.

 

Additional information

Year

2019, 2020

Choose a Workshop

Module I: Scolio-Pilates ProSeminar, Module II: Scoliosis Pro Seminar (must also register for Module I), Scolio-Pilates Introductory Course, Modules I and II: Anatomy of Scoliosis and The Professional Seminar

Choose a Location

Stowe, Vermont; September 13, 2019, Stowe, Vermont; September 14-15, 2019, Stowe, Vermont; September 13-15, 2019, Mt Holly, North Carolina, October 18, 2019; taught by Suzanne Koucheravy, Mt Holly, North Carolina, October 19-20, 2019, Mt. Holly, North Carolina, October 18-20, 2019, Fairfax, Virginia, November 16-17, 2019, Memphis, Tennesse; January 18, 2020; taught by Suzanne Koucheravy, Santa Clarita, California; January 24, 2020, Santa Clarita, California; January 25-26, 2020, New Bremen, Ohio; March 7-8, 2020, New Bremen, Ohio; March 6, 2020

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