Pilates for Back Pain eCourse

Learn how to safely perform and teach all Pilates Mat exercises.

Ease back pain, improve posture, strengthen, and tone.

This course will help you if you are new to Pilates, practice regularly, or are a Pilates teacher or Fitness trainer.

This eCourse is for you if:

You have back pain and want to feel better.

Your back hurts and people have suggested that Pilates might help.

You already do Pilates and aren't sure if you are doing the exercises correctly.

You are a Pilates teacher or fitness trainer who isn't sure how to handle clients with back pain.

You have questions about how to do or teach all of the Classical Pilates mat exercises (beginner through advanced) in a way that will help and not make back pain worse.

 

I can help you!

I have spent decades teaching Pilates for Back Pain, honing my techniques of teaching the Pilates Mat exercises in a way that helps people reduce and often eliminate their lower back pain.

Well-performed Pilates helps to eliminate spine compression, allowing for healthy mobility. It is harder to do the Pilates Mat exercises correctly, with awareness of pelvic position and proper deep abdominal work, but doing them this way will help you function better with less back pain. You will feel the difference!

"This is so easy to follow and understand, that it as good for the Pilates professional with clients they are stymied by, as well as the layman who just wants to feel better, understand why they hurt, and still want to get a workout. Living life on the couch (or Lazy Boy chair) isn’t good for anyone, so get this eCourse, get moving and feel better." -Sunni Almond, Pilates Glossy

The Pilates for Back Pain eCourse features an easy-to-understand self-led curriculum that will take you from pre-Pilates fundamentals through the beginner, intermediate, and advanced classical Pilates mat work (including some standing footwork, wall exercises, and reformer on the mat), with spine safety modifications for various common spine issues, including stenosis and disc herniations.

You will learn the importance of breath, pelvic stability, and length without compression, and how to move properly no matter what you are doing.