Comprehensive Global Program
Amsterdam – Spring 2021


Event Details

Start date: 12 March 2021

End date: 30 May 2021

Location: The Movement Practice / Korte Schimmelstraat 18, 1053SZ Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Email address: BASI@themovementpractice.com

Deadline to register is 2 March 2021. Please contact Brandon at brandon@basipilates.com to register after deadline has passed. Special installment payments are available.

The Course

The COMPREHENSIVE GLOBAL PROGRAM provides complete and thorough training in Pilates, covering the entire range of Pilates equipment: Mat Work, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, Ladder Barrel, Step Barrel, in addition to various other auxiliary equipment. It is a complete and intensive advanced level program that provides both a solid basis for teaching and a thorough understanding of all the facets of Pilates. The course also includes instructions on the BASI® “Block System” (a complete teaching programming methodology) and on the science of human movement, anatomy and physiology.

Schedule

The course is divided into 12 modules for 72 hours of theoretical and practical lessons divided into 4 weekends (Fri-Sun)


Spring 2021 Comprehensive Global Program – Amsterdam


Fri 12 March 13:30 – 20:30 Module 1
Sat 13 March 13:30 – 20:30 Module 2
Sun 14 March 9:30 – 16:30 Module 3


Fri 16 Apr 13:30 – 20:30 Module 4
Sat 17 Apr 13:30 – 20:30 Module 5
Sun 18 Apr 9:30 – 16:30 Module 6


Fri 7 May 13:30 – 20:30 Module 7
Sat 8 May 13:30 – 20:30 Module 8
Sun 9 May 9:30 – 16:30 Module 9


Fri 28 May 13:30 – 20:30 Module 10
Sat 29 May 13:30 – 20:30 Module 11
Sun 30 May 9:30 – 16:30 Module 12


Program schedule is subject to postponement or cancellation, based on student enrollment. Please be aware that we will adapt the course as needed to accommodate any restrictions regarding the Covid-19 rules. This could mean possibly transferring to a part-online / part-practical (at the studio) format to ensure that you can complete the course within a reasonable amount of time.

BASI Pilates® certification

In addition to the academic study, students must complete the following hours of study:

– Observation (100 hours, of which 80% can be done using BASI Interactive )

– Self-practice (200 hours, of which 50% can be done using BASI Interactive )

– Student teaching (200 hours, of which 50% can be done using an online teaching tool such as Zoom)

– Final exam: Final Test, Teaching Evaluation, Practical

– Thesis on a case study

Your observation and personal practice are best done in a BASI environment, The Movement Practice will allow you time for observation and self-practice at their studio by appointment. You can also book in with them for paid sessions, which is highly recommended and a very important part of your learning.

If you have no access to a BASI studio and don’t live near your host studio, then you can log hours in a non-BASI environment and then refer to BASI Interactive to check on what might be different and why. Your teaching can be done at home or anywhere you can find friends or family willing to have you teach them. To teach using the apparatus, you can generally book in time at your host studio to teach fellow students to gain hours of practice. Please treat your host studio and their apparatus with the utmost respect.


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