2019 International Pilates workshop in Denmark
Karen Frischmann will visit Denmark
May 23rd-26th 2019
This will be Karens first visit to this part of the world. Therefore she looks extra forward to meet all you lovely Scandinavian Pilates Teachers!
Above all, we hope to see you for some days of great fun with Pilates friends and collegues from Denmark and the rest of Europe!
Karen Frischmann is one of the most experienced presenters in the world of Pilates. Furthermore, she co-started Vintage Pilates with Sandy Shimoda and Jay Grimes. They created the Work together – which is the legendary master program in Pilates. Due to this work and experience, Karen developed the new Contrology springs. Which is the hart of the super classical Reformer – Contrology by Balanced Body. Finally Karen offers online workshops, she runs a home studio and she does business coaching in one-to-one programs. Please visit www.karenfrischmann.com
There is one Pilates method and Karen master it to the fullest.
To sign-up TODAY please follow THIS LINK!
OBS! If you are you enrolled in the comprehensive education at Den Danske Pilatesskole – The Danish School of Pilate – part of this workshop will be incl. in your program and fees.
Read more at: www.dendanskepilatesskole.dk
Thursday May 23rd
12 – 14 Privates/Semi Privates
16-18 Privates/Semi Privates
18-20 Workshop “Use it or loose it”
Friday May 24th
11-13 Privates/Semi Privates
14-18 Workshop “The art of privatelessons”
Saturday May 25th
9-10 Master Class Matwork
10-12 Workshop “Decoding the Mat”
13-16 Workshop “The Reformer breakdown”
Sunday May 26th
9-11 Workshop “Teaching between the lines”
12-16 Workshop “Teaching with the senses”
Privates 1200 d.kr.
Semi Privates 750 d.kr pr. person
Mat Class 250 d.kr.
Workshop 2 hrs 795 d.kr
Workshop 3 hrs 1195 d.kr
Workshop 4 hrs 1595 d.kr
Package Deal 1 – ALL Workshops, 4 days: 4500 d.kr
Package Deal 2 – Saturday + Sunday – 3850 d.kr
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Full description of workshops
USE IT OR LOOSE IT – getting the most out of your apparatus – Thursday 18-20
Joe Pilates invented the apparatus to help his students build the strength and flexibility to do his mat workout correctly and efficiently. Learn how to get the most out of our all important tools – the springs, straps, handles and bars to create an efficient and effective workout. These insights will help you to see and correct imbalances, get your clients to “squeeze the juice” out of every exercise, and bring your teaching to a new level!
THE ART OF PRIVATE LESSONS- a Master Class day – Friday 14-18
Have you ever planned a private lesson, only to find your client injured, or having an off day? How do you go beyond the prescribed choreography to create an effective lesson for each client on the fly? Join noted teacher Karen Frischmann for a full day’s exploration into the art of the private lesson. Watch and learn as Karen crafts lessons in real time for a variety of clients. As she teaches, Karen will explain what she sees in each client, and why she chooses each lesson’s corrections, exercises and underlying theme for the person in front of her. Then join Karen for group workshops where you can explore in depth the questions and observations from the day.
DECODING THE MAT – all the little details of the Matwork – Saturday 10-12
The classical Pilates Mat is often the place where we start our beginning clients and the ultimate challenge for our most advanced. Join Karen Frischmann for a complete breakdown of the classical mat workout. We will take an in-z depth look into the exercises, examine the logic and importance behind the order, discuss “helper” exercises on the other apparatus to achieve a stronger connection and understanding of the most difficult exercises. This includes exploring the importance and use of the straps and handles on the traditional mat and the transitions needed to knock you and your clients workout out of this world.
THE REFORMER BREAKDOWN – how to adjust for everybody – Saturday 13-16
At times we may breakdown or need variations exercise on the reformer due to a student’s specific weakness, physical limitations or as an introduction to the exercise. This workshop will cover how to breakdown exercises on the reformer without losing their integrity and intent.
TEACHING BETWEEN THE LINES – learn to be creative in your teaching – Sunday 9-11
We have the order, we have the exercises, but the magic of teaching happens in between. How creative can we be and still stay true to the tenents of classical Pilates? When do your solutions Become not Pilates? How can you problem solve a tricky imbalance when there isn’t a direct answer? When does an exercise modification hinder a client’s advancement and when does it support it? What are the pre-Pilates exercises and when would you use them? Learn the answers to these questions And more in “Teaching Between the Lines”.
TEACHING WITH THE SENSES – all those little things that we do – Sunday 12-16
As Pilates instructors we are required to communicate with our students in many ways. Our job as Pilates instructors is to best communicate our knowledge of the method and create a program of exercise best suited to the client in front of us. But where do we start? This six-hour workshop will explore the art of teaching with the senses and how to best communicate with our students in the language that they best understand – whether it be visual, aural, tactile or by rote. Through abstract exercises and practical application learn hone your strongest method of communication and build strength in those with your are less comfortable.
For further questions or to book a private or duet, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org