The Dual Mat program offers the Core Mat I & II weekends at a significant discount.
The Core Mat I (Beginner Mat level) program is the foundation of the Power Pilates method. Each subsequent program builds upon the information learned during this course. During this weekend you will learn to teach the 18 beginner level mat exercises and be introduced to Power Pilates teaching tools, philosophy, and teaching formula. Every student new to Power Pilates must start with Core Mat I.
During the Core Mat II (Intermediate Mat level) weekend, you will learn 12 intermediate level exercises, including where to add them within the sequence of the beginner level mat class, and continue to work on your teaching skills. Our students say that "everything starts to click" during the Core Mat II weekend. Completing the Core Mat II weekend expands the range of clients you can work with and strengthens your teaching ability. Core Mat I & II are required to progress to the Comprehensive program.
Bethanie Reidinger is a Teacher Trainer for Power Pilates in the Chicagoland area. She completed her Comprehensive Training with Power Pilates based in New York City. After post-childbirth complications, Beth found Pilates was the only rehabilitation that was successful. An avid runner and cyclist, Beth began her teaching of Pilates in 2002. Later she continued her education and taught at Fitness Formula Clubs/Chicago and at Body Endeavors Pilates studio in Chicago. A Spin instructor and part of the running and cycling community, Beth found the Pilates Method to be an integral part of conditioning her clients. She moved to the suburbs of Chicago and opened her own studio in 2008. Continuing education is highly important to Beth and she has been educated in post-natal, senior, special cases, and more. In addition to Pilates, Beth is a Spin instructor, a triathlete and a marathon runner - and a mom.
Cancellations: If you withdraw from any program(s) you will automatically lose $150.00 processing fee. No refunds are issued for any reason. Students who choose to transfer programs or not to complete the training are still responsible for full payment of the course.