Become A Qualified Pilates Instructor With Australia’s #1 Pilates Course with Breathe Education
Want to do your Pilates instructor training? Get The Recognised Qualification That Makes You A True Pilates Instructor
Pilates is a fast growing exercise and recuperation activity that’s currently in high-demand across Australia. But getting properly certified to be a true Pilates Instructor doesn’t come from just doing a weekend course. If you just want to guide a few people doing basic floor work, then a weekend intro course will do. But properly qualified Instructors know so much more about the biomechanics of Pilates and how & why it affects the body in such a positive way. With Breathe, you can gain a Nationally Recognised Certificate IV in Pilates that will get you into teaching or go on to a professional level with a Diploma in Clinical Pilates.
Who Can Benefit From Studying With Us?
It doesn’t matter if you’re a stay-at-home mum who wants a new career or you’d like to exit the rat race and start your own studio, we’ve got the right training for you. We even have medical professionals from fields such as Osteopathy and Physiotherapy study with us to gain a wider range of tools and experience with which to treat their patients. If you’d like to properly understand movement as opposed to just a list of exercises, then these courses are for you.
Our Graduates Are Highly Sought After:
“I’ve been teaching yoga for 10 years and competed a Bachelor in Health Science, and work with people’s bodies everyday, and nothing has come close to the practical information given in this course. The Diploma of Clinical Pilates delves not only into the anatomy and biomechanics of our bodies and how to treat each body intelligently and uniquely…”
− Dr Natasja Fox (TCM)
“We have been lucky enough to have several graduates from Breathe join our Pilates teams in Elwood and Boronia over time and have always been impressed with their level of technical ability, versatility and fantastic attitude.”
− Dr Paul Hermann, Osteopath & Exercise Scientist Stay Tuned Sports Medicine