Kinaesthetic History Course

The Kinaesthetic History Course is a part of our Professional Movement Educator Certification Program (PMEC). You will learn the history of movement on a timeline with major fitness trends and shifts being noted. Learn all about the creation of Yoga, Barre, Pilates. Learn about their origins, the creators, and significant influencers of each industry. We will take time to reflect on how they influenced each other and where they differentiate themselves.

Understand where your modalities come from, deepen your understanding and respect of the distinct and unique lineages. This course can be taken on its own for continuing education or together with the other PMEC modules to receive the PMEC Designation.

Course Information: 

  • Kinaesthetic History Course (5 hours)

  • Location: Stretch Collective (127-2745 Veterans Memorial Parkway)

 

Dates:

  • May 9th

Times:

  • Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 - 6:00 pm

Price:

  • $100.00

  • EARLY BIRD DEAL BEFORE APRIL 1, 2021- $90

OTHER PMEC MODULES:

  • Anatomy Level 1 (16 hours)

  • Movement Principles Course (10 hours)

  • Business Essentials Course (10 hours)

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To Successfully Complete the Program You Must Achieve the Following:

  • Complete all in-class activities

  • Participate in all classes, and lecture time

  • Complete all homework prior to receiving your certificate(s)

  • Pass your final proficiency exam with 80% or higher

  • Abide by our Code of Ethics

 

Maintaining Certification - Must Renew Every 3 years

  • Maintain the Dana Carter and/or Stretch Collective Code of Ethics

  • Teach safe and inclusive classes

  • I understand that any awarded certification from Dana Carter and/or Stretch Collective expires every 3 years and must be renewed in order to continue teaching and be eligible for insurance.

  • In order to re-certify, you must complete 80 hours of continuing education every three years consisting of a minimum of 45 teaching hours and 35 Continuing Education Hours. Your continuing education hours must be composed of:

    • ​​​​​​Minimum 15 contact hours (in person or LIVE Zoom with an approved instructor)

    • Up to 20 hours can be non-contact learning. Example Online (not-live courses), or other approved continuing education.

    • No more than 10 hours of non-contact learning may be self-study (for example books, and attending classes)

    • IMPORTANT - If you are certifying in any advanced Pilates Apparatus (Chair, Springboard, Ladderbarrel, and Cadillac) you must add another 2 hours of non-contact or contact learning for every additional apparatus. Max Required is an additional 8 contact or non-contact hours for comprehensively trained Pilates instructors.

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