Upcoming Garuda Training Courses in Australia
We are pleased to share with you the details of the upcoming 2021 Garuda Teacher Training qualifications and professional development workshops. Join us in this opportunity to certify as a Garuda teacher in Australia with the founder of Garuda, James D’Silva coming especially from London and Master Trainer, Anna Tetlow responsible for Garuda Teacher Training in Australia. James and Anna have worked together for 20 years internationally teaching Garuda, Pilates, Dance and movement physiology.
TEACHER TRAINING 2021
Garuda Foundation Matwork: 2nd April 2021 - 7th April 2021
Garuda Foundation Barre: 2nd April 2021 - 7th April 2021
Garuda Graha (brick): April -9th April 2021 - 11th April 2021
Garuda Seated and Standing: 9th April 2021 - 14th April 2021
Garuda Chakra (foam roller): 13th April 2021 - 15th April 2021
Garuda Dahra (chair): 16th April 2021 - 18th April 2021
Garuda keeps to the principles of Pilates, but has taken the repertoire and ideology of an old movement to a new and exciting level. It creates strength, flexibility, coordination, endurance and range of motion within muscle and joints. The result is a stronger, leaner body, improved posture and ease of movement in everyday life.
The uninterrupted and continuous flow of each exercise series also provides a cardiovascular workout. Last but not least it focuses the mind and offers relaxation with exercise. With the addition of the Garuda, Anna Tetlow Pilates offers a new level of exercise diversity due to the increased size of the carriage, increased range of movement within the frame work and near limitless adjustability of the pulleys, ropes, bards and straps. Combined with a split carriage this takes exercise, body conditioning and rehabilitation to a new level.
The Garuda promotes a new and improved way to isolate muscle groups and break down motions into targeted moves that can be crucial for those following sports-specific training or undergoing a personalised rehabilitation programme. It can be used to progress movement and to address the functional needs of all ages and abilities. Read More...