Teacher Training Classes
With over 30 years of combined yoga, Pilates and dance experience, sisters Kellie and Shannon Lynch have created an invigorating and highly effective Barre certification program. By combining the principles of Pilates, yoga, ballet and anatomical alignment, our program prepares our teachers-in-training to lead an expertly choreographed and captivating class! Our next Barre teacher training will begin in September.
Registration & $250 Deposit Required two weeks in advance of training
Full Tuition: $750 ( includes $250 deposit) / fee includes comprehensive manual
January 2016 / 27 Hour certification: Interested parties should email or call the studio.
Class size minimum 4/ 6 maximum
Training Led by:
Kellie Lynch: Studio Owner & Manager – CYT 200 hr
Areas of Study will include, but not be limited to:
History & inception of the method
Foundation & Function: why and how the method works
Anatomy: 2 hours; method specific
Core Principles: Emphasizing Pilates methodology for barre specific proficiency
Safety: Contraindications and injury prevention
Class Organization: Format and sequencing
Exercise Mastery: Analysis, categorization and study of individual exercises. Proper sequencing & set up for maximum results
Cueing: Verbal, tactile and hands-on assists and adjustments
Motivation: Techniques for impassioning and energizing students, encouraging progression and the deepening of internal connection
Music: How to create mixes to enhance, motivate and direct intensity
Observation: 3 hours class time observation
Assisting: 3 hours active class assisting and adjusting
PRACTICE TEACHING HOURS: 3 hours
Admission Requirements: Applicants should be 18 years of age. All applicants should submit a completed application and picture with a non-refundable fee. All applicants will require an admissions interview. All applicants should have a regular barre practice and be physically fit so they are able to perform all techniques and trainings.
Graduation Requirements: Barre Teacher training requires completion of all schedule sessions. Trainees must assist, teach and observe 3 classes each and complete a written and practical exam.