Functional Reformer Training Course

Delivered in-studio, the course includes 4 days of accredited functional reformer training (FRT) and 1 day of assessments. Pre-requisite: L3 Fitness Teaching-Based Cert

  • This course contains self-directed learning as well as 4 full days of live, in-studio instruction and 1 day of assessments 
  • Unlimited access to learner portal with exercise videos and practice classes
  • Fully accredited by CIMSPA
  • Spread the cost over 6 months
  • Certifications are awarded after completion of assessments and payment in full
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Course price: £1199
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Next course dates:
October course: 2-3rd, 9-10th
November course: 18-19th, 25-26th
January 2024 course: 20-21st, 27-28th
February 2024 course: 12-13th, 19-20th
March 2024 course: 16-17th, 23-24th
April 2024 course: 15-16th, 18-19th
May 2024 course: 11-12th, 18-19th
June 2024 course: 3-4th, 6-7th

Parsons Green, London

Why this course?

  • 4 days of live instruction
  • 1 day of assessments
  • Extensive repertoire of exercises with unlimited access
  • Online course workbook
  • Exclusive discounts on workshops & other courses

Designed For Fitness Professionals, New to Reformer Training

This course is ideal for those that are looking to break into the world of teaching reformer-based classes, or those that want to build upon their current offering.

"Neil was very helpful, not just during the training. We could e-mail or call him anytime. It was quite helpful when we were practicing for the assessment. He uploaded videos if we needed a new exercise what was not on the material." 
Recent course graduate

Learning Objectives

  • An understanding of the reformer and its use within a class environment
  • Spring tensions, their use and the differences in spring dynamic
  • Safety considerations for both the reformer and spring usage
  • Small equipment and co-use with the reformer
  • Extensive repertoire of exercises, including mobility, core, abdominal, oblique-based exercise, muscular activation, functional/specific training and upper quadrant exercises
  • Learn varied teaching and learning methods and understand how clients can benefit from this

Meet the instructor

Neil Dimmock

Neil has over 25 years’ fitness industry experience, managing everything from large corporate gyms to small boutique-style pilates studios. 

Neil firmly believes in the key role pilates plays in a well-rounded exercise regime and regards the reformer as a critical part of injury rehabilitation for its ability to allow a client to focus on the alignment of their body whilst engaging important stabilising muscles. Whatever the exercise method or piece of equipment, Neil is able to pull the best from it. He believes there is value in a wide variety of fitness disciplines and a benefit in opening ourselves up to new exercise experiences
Patrick Jones - Course author

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