What's the WHY?
The Art of Intentional Teaching for Pilates, yoga and all movement modalities
This 1.5 hour (plus Q & A) interactive workshop for movement teachers explores the art of intentional teaching and really gets to the heart of the moves you offer your students and clients.
- A guided series of exercises broken down into different WHYs
- How to apply a workshop-style WHY and a workout style WHY
- Using the WHY to make modifications easier
- The WHY as a tool for empowering your clients
- Sustainable learning is easier when your students understand the WHY
- Class design is easy when you apply the WHY
Come ready to move and explore your own WHY, to listen and to ask questions about the theory, the technique and the art of teaching.
Although this workshop is designed for teachers and coaches, if you're a curious and dedicated mover ready to take control of your learning and refine your movement practice, please feel free to join us!
You have lifetime access to the replay if you can't join us live or if you want to go back and refer to it later.
Movement, thoughts and feelings and tea! These are some of my favourite things 😄
I've been teaching Pilates and movement for almost 20 years. Realising I wanted to hone my eye for detail, I really upped my skills and understanding of biomechanics and functional alignment when I certified as a Restorative Exercise Specialist with Katy Bowman and the Nutritious Movement Institute.
I'm fascinated by how bodies work and have taken part in two fascial dissections with Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains. That amazing experience has added nuance and detail to my understanding of how truly it's all connected! Also it makes for excellent cocktail party conversation.
I love working with other teachers to hone their teaching skills and build their confidence so they're ready to go out and claim their sweet spot in the teaching world. I offer both private coaching and small group online coaching through Thrive and now the Movement Teacher's Roadmap.
My approach to movement and health includes exercise-specific movement, natural everyday movement, somatic body and brain exploration and a deep conviction that how our brains and bodies get together makes all the difference to how we feel. Combining functional, exploratory details and alignment with fluid, intuitive movement and an emphasis on acceptance and fun leads to sustainable change that helps you feel better for life!
Frequently Asked Questions
Thanks so much for joining me for What's the WHY!
I hope you've gained more tools to enhance your teaching skills and are ready to apply the art of intentional teaching.