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978-1-909141-12-4
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Over 240 full-color photographs and drawings
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Published
22 April 2014
Handspring Publishing

£40.00 GBP / $49.95 USD

Pilates, Sport and Fitness

Pilates for Children and Adolescents

Manual of Guidelines and Curriculum - Published in association with the Pilates Method Alliance

£40.00 GBP / $49.95 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

Pilates for Children and Adolescents is the first comprehensive manual of guidelines and formal curriculum for teaching Pilates to young people.

The book includes:

  • A manual of guidelines for teaching Pilates to young people
  • Why starting Pilates between the ages of 9-13 is especially beneficial
  • Crucial anatomical and cognitive development considerations for working with young people
  • Additional relevant topics designed to equip the Pilates teacher with tools for creating relevant and safe programs for different age ranges, such as:
    • safety considerations, exercise contraindications, scope of practice, and ethics
    • considerations for working in a variety of environments within both the public and private sectors
    • age appropriate exercises from the Pilates repertoire
    • guidance on creating successful curriculum presentations for schools, including sample lesson plans

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

Dedication

Introduction

 

SECTION ONE: TEACHING GUIDELINES

1 Physiology and Development

2 Pilates and Young People’s Well-Being

3 The Magic Window

4 Teaching Practice and Considerations

5 General Procedures, safety and professionalism

 

SECTION TWO: THE EXERCISE CHAPTERS

6 Pre-Pilates Exercises

7 Pilates Exercises for Early Childhood, Ages 5–8

8 Pilates Exercises for the ‘Magic Window’, Ages 9–13

9 Pilates Exercises for Adolescents, Ages 12–18

 

SECTION THREE: CURRICULUM

10 Curriculum for Schools

 

Appendix 1: Pilates in the Schools – Healthy Habits for Life

Appendix 2: Working with Young People with Special Needs

Appendix 3: Pilates Philosophy and Principles

Appendix 4: PMA Code of Ethics

Appendix 5: PMA Scope of Practice

 

£40.00 GBP / $49.95 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

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Celeste COREY-ZOPICH

Celeste Zopich, PMA®-CPT, is Chair of the PMA’s Pilates Youth Program, and Director of Pilates Staten Island, New York, New York.

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Brett HOWARD

Brett Howard is a member of the PMA’s Pilates Youth Program Committee, and Director of Education for the United States Pilates Association.

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Dawn-Marie ICKES

Dawn Marie Ickes, Master of Physical Therapy, PMA®-CPT, Rancho Santa Margarita, California.

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Tracey Mellor (Editor)

Tracey Mellor, has been teaching Pilates for more than 10 years in the UK public and private sectors, and is a studio owner in the South East of England.

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Pilates for Children and Adolescents

Manual of Guidelines and Curriculum - Published in association with the Pilates Method Alliance

£40.00 GBP / $49.95 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

Buy now

  Buy eBook >
View sample pages here

Pilates for Children and Adolescents is the first comprehensive manual of guidelines and formal curriculum for teaching Pilates to young people.

The book includes:

  • A manual of guidelines for teaching Pilates to young people
  • Why starting Pilates between the ages of 9-13 is especially beneficial
  • Crucial anatomical and cognitive development considerations for working with young people
  • Additional relevant topics designed to equip the Pilates teacher with tools for creating relevant and safe programs for different age ranges, such as:
    • safety considerations, exercise contraindications, scope of practice, and ethics
    • considerations for working in a variety of environments within both the public and private sectors
    • age appropriate exercises from the Pilates repertoire
    • guidance on creating successful curriculum presentations for schools, including sample lesson plans

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

Dedication

Introduction

 

SECTION ONE: TEACHING GUIDELINES

1 Physiology and Development

2 Pilates and Young People’s Well-Being

3 The Magic Window

4 Teaching Practice and Considerations

5 General Procedures, safety and professionalism

 

SECTION TWO: THE EXERCISE CHAPTERS

6 Pre-Pilates Exercises

7 Pilates Exercises for Early Childhood, Ages 5–8

8 Pilates Exercises for the ‘Magic Window’, Ages 9–13

9 Pilates Exercises for Adolescents, Ages 12–18

 

SECTION THREE: CURRICULUM

10 Curriculum for Schools

 

Appendix 1: Pilates in the Schools – Healthy Habits for Life

Appendix 2: Working with Young People with Special Needs

Appendix 3: Pilates Philosophy and Principles

Appendix 4: PMA Code of Ethics

Appendix 5: PMA Scope of Practice

 

Paperback, eBook
978-1-909141-12-4
1
232
Over 240 full-color photographs and drawings
246x189
Published
22 April 2014
Handspring Publishing

£40.00 GBP / $49.95 USD

Pilates, Sport and Fitness

Celeste COREY-ZOPICH

Celeste Zopich, PMA®-CPT, is Chair of the PMA’s Pilates Youth Program, and Director of Pilates Staten Island, New York, New York.

Read More ›

Brett HOWARD

Brett Howard is a member of the PMA’s Pilates Youth Program Committee, and Director of Education for the United States Pilates Association.

Read More ›

Dawn-Marie ICKES

Dawn Marie Ickes, Master of Physical Therapy, PMA®-CPT, Rancho Santa Margarita, California.

Read More ›

Tracey Mellor (Editor)

Tracey Mellor, has been teaching Pilates for more than 10 years in the UK public and private sectors, and is a studio owner in the South East of England.

Read More ›

You may also be interested in:

Bulk discounts
for course
instructors
Ordering for
your class?
Get in touch >