Rachel’s interview with Sharon Thompson of PilatesTreeMagazine.com.
The Pilates Center Mentoring Program is a unique and personal opportunity for professional Pilates instructors to study with second generation Master Teachers and The Pilates Center owners, Rachel Taylor Segel and Amy Taylor Alpers. Mentoring is also available with senior instructor Debora Kolwey.
The Mentoring Program is not a certification program nor is it standardized training. Rather, it is an advancement in skills and a strengthening of philosophy that is deeply personal to those being mentored.
2015 Winter Conference
Classical Treasures: Pilates Then and Now
9:00 am – 10:00 am – Foot Corrector Clinic with Rachel
10:00 pm – 12:00 pm – Reformer on the Mat with April
1:00 pm – 8:00 pm – The Gentry Work: Then and Now with Debora
9:00 am –
“In this workshop, we will explore key Pilates’ exercises focusing on the use of the pelvic girdle and its’ corresponding movement skills. By tapping the energy source of the pelvis you can turn on the belly,
Host Advisor Meeting
As a Host Advisor for our teacher training program you play a vital role in advising and supporting our trainees through iTPC, our new online teacher training program, and making it successful for the trainee. Your commitment of building a stronger community through movement, mentoring and health is imperative to the long term success of the world understanding the positive effects of the Pilates method. … Read more
About.com author, and client of The Pilates Center, Marguerite Ogle wrote this article about the 5 Lineages Workshop that was held at The Pilates Center in 2012.
You don’t want to miss The Pilates Center’s 2014 Summer Conference!
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Join us for the Pilates workshop of the year. We have 2 special guest speakers including Chuck Rapoport, 3 group mentoring sessions, and 6 of our back-by-demand greatest “hits” workshops that our second generation teachers have developed by evaluating archival footage from the 1940’s. … Read more