Pilates Health Science Essentials
Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology bundle for Pilates and movement therapists
Why PHSE is essential to your professional growth
In recent years Pilates training has become an integral part of physical rehabilitation programs. Doctors and physiotherapists emphasize that the decisive factors in referring patients to a Pilates class or private session are the instructor’s qualifications, ability to recognize health concerns and adapt training to the patient’s physical limitations.
Knowledge gained in the Pilates Health Science Essentials (PHSE) will enable you to:
- Understand clients’ health conditions
- Consider physical constraints and contraindications
- Develop individualized training routines
- Effectively communicate with other healthcare professionals
Furthermore, the anatomy, physiology and pathology courses included in the PHSE will serve as a solid foundation for any future studies related to Pilates or Yoga rehabilitation therapy and hands-on clinical practice.
Pilates Health Science Essentials takes students beyond the muscle anatomy traditionally taught in TT classes. In a structured approach, PHSE ties together core health sciences: anatomy, physiology, and pathology, revealing how the human body functions to sustain life and fight off disease.
Students engage in a dynamic discovery of all organ systems, demonstrating the interdependence of structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) with emphasis on the anatomy and biomechanics of the vertebral column. The pathology course examines causes, signs and symptoms of diseases prevalent in today’s society, as well as health conditions frequently encountered in a Pilates class setting.
- 24 online lessons led by dedicated PHSE lecturer
- Self-paced learning
- Downloadable lectures notes
- Communication with the course instructor
- All learning materials included
- Full lifetime access to course updates
- Certificate of Completion
- 20 CECs approved by Pilates Method Alliance
PHSE graduates interested in further training in manual osteopathy receive course credits towards the Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP) curriculum.