Get Polestar Pilates qualified and become an internationally recognised Pilates professional
Polestar Pilates New Zealand, established in 2002, brings the global Polestar instruction and certification program in Pilates-evolved techniques for fitness and rehabilitation professionals to New Zealand.
Polestar is an international community of research‐oriented movement science professionals, transferring advanced knowledge to our clients to improve health and well‐being through the
application of Pilates and various methodologies of movement science.
Polestar has Pilates instructor representation in over 50 countries, and education centers located in nearly 40 countries. Polestar Education was founded in Sacramento California in 1992 by President Brent Anderson PhD, PT, OCS and co-founder Elizabeth Larkam MA, Feldenkrais Practitioner.
Polestar-trained Pilates teachers can be found at medical facilities, performing arts conservatories and fitness centers throughout the world. Our courses are also in alliance with the international Pilates Method Association.
We’re excited to let you know that we will be running a Comprehensive Studio & Rehab Teacher Training course in the Bay.
This course has two streams, with the Rehab stream aimed at physical therapists and medical professionals, and the Studio stream aimed at fitness instructors and other movement teachers (eg yoga, Pilates, dance) who wish to teach Pilates using all of the apparatus found in a typical equipment studio.
Click here to find out more – also for Christhurch!
👉 👉 This workshop is not only about achieving the splits! 👈 👈
There’s no expectation to perform the splits but if your aim is to get there, this workshop offers all the tools and guidelines to achieve both the front and side splits.
However, if your goals are just to increase flexibility in your quads, hip flexors, hamstrings, adductors, and learn a series of new stretches that facilitate this, then this workshop definitely applies to you.
Click on Emily’s picture for more information, some critical precautions, and to register.