TEACHER TRAINING & INSTRUCTOR COURSES
Polestar Pilates Instructor Courses are dedicated to training highly skilled teachers, well-known and respected for their skills industry-wide. Teachers that are confident in their ability to assess and resolve faulty movement patterns in all body types and levels of ability; from the injured to the dancer, from the elderly to the high-performance athlete.
Now there a number of ways you can train to become a world-class Pilates teacher with Polestar. Completing your accreditation in stages is a great option if you’re a busy mum or working, with little time on your hands. If you want to add Pilates to your current repertoire, or walk away a fully accredited Pilates teacher, choose from the following courses by Polestar Pilates:
WHO WE ARE
Polestar Pilates Australia is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) under the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF). Polestar teacher training and certification courses are Government accredited. Our courses run throughout the year in capital cities all over Australia.
Polestar Pilates training and certification courses are also approved by the Pilates Alliance of Australasia (PAA), the peak industry body for the Pilates industry, dedicated to ensuring the highest standards of teaching and latest best practices are upheld.
Decide on the type of qualification that best suits the Pilates career you wish to pursue, and the time you can commit to study. If you want to teach full-time and work with private clients across in a studio setting, then Diploma-level training is the way to go. Reputable studios and gyms typically seek fully accredited teachers.
The highest standard for Pilates accreditation is the Polestar Pilates Studio & Rehabilitation Diploma (10828NAT). The Diploma empowers you to teach and train all levels of clients using the full range of Pilates equipment.
BRENT ANDERSON, PRESIDENT & CEO
At the helm of Polestar is Brent Anderson, PhD, PT, OCS. Brent is a licensed physical therapist and orthopedic certified specialist with more than 22 years of experience.
Based on his extensive background in rehabilitation and movement science, Brent elaborates Joseph Pilates’ mind-body work through the Polestar curriculum by developing tools for critical-reasoning and applying supportive scientific research. He also infuses the integral role of psychology and energy systems on motor control and motor learning.
Brent is an influencer in performing arts medicine for his approach to rehabilitation in drawing from Pilates techniques. He is an active consultant for hospitals, universities, and wellness organizations throughout the world as well as an avid public speaker invited to lecture at health conferences and forums.
Brent received his degree in Physical Therapy at University of California, San Francisco in 1989 and his PhD. in Physical Therapy at the University of Miami in 2005. His doctoral thesis explored the impact of Pilates rehabilitation on chronic low back pain using psycho-emotional wellness and quality of life measures. He is currently adjunct faculty at the University of Miami, Division of Physical Therapy.