Course Dates and Availability


WHY DELAY? OUR FOUNDATION MODULES ARE NOW ONLINE!
Our goal is to keep people moving and keep our students learning during the period of disruption caused by the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. It is not possible to run our normal tuition modules until further notice, so we are now offering the option of starting your course online with a combination of our exclusive theory and anatomy videos, complemented by 'live' online Zoom tutorials and classes led by our highly experienced course tutors. 
Online tutorials will run for four hours a day (10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm) on the planned dates for each of the courses below, unless advised otherwise. These will be followed up by four contact days when things get back to normal - the focus of these will be exercise review and group teaching work. Course notes will be sent out in advance.
With the UK government announcng that it will place a special emphasis on health and fitness as we emerge from the pandemic, perhaps now could be the perfect time to enrol for one of the courses below and take that important first step to making a difference to people's lives
More information? Please click here to view our latest
Information Pack or email us to arrange a call-back. 


Our course comprises 13 tuition days, which can be attended in one of two formats:
'Extended', with the tuition taking place at weekends or 'Intensive', with two blocks of six consecutive days and seven days, with typically a three-week break inbetween. There is no difference content-wise between the two formats, with the key deciding factor for students being what works best with regard to their work, family, and other commmitments.

To gain certification, students must pass two multiple-choice examinations on anatomy; be assessed teaching a class (the culmination of their Supervised Teaching period); and complete some self-study work, including two open essay questions on Pilates fundamentals. Anatomy is taught during the course in the context of Pilates exercises. 

You should assume that it will take you 6-12 months to complete the course. Successful students will receive a certification to teach matwork classes in the Body Control Pilates Method and are licensed, subject to agreement, to use the Body Control Pilates Trade Mark. They will also receive accreditation against the UK national standard ('Level 3 Pilates').


Matwork Courses (Extended)

'Extended course' start dates in London through to Autumn 2020 are as follows (click on 'course dates' to view all the tuition dates for that particular course).  

SEPTEMBER 2020: 5th September LIMITED AVAILABILITY - course dates
All tuition modules will be online with four contact days following later in the year

OCTOBER 2020: 10th October GOOD AVAILABILITY - course dates
Course Code: 20.5

Matwork Courses (Intensive) 

Courses below are held at The Body Control Pilates Centre London. Tuition dates through to Autumn 2020 are:

JUNE 2020: FULLY BOOKED 
Monday 8th June - Saturday 13th June
& Saturday 4th July - Friday 10th July

All tuition modules are taking place online 
Course Code: 20C


JULY 2020 'SUMMER INTENSIVE': FULLY BOOKED
Monday 20th July - Saturday 25th July
& Saturday 15th August - Friday 21st August

All tuition modules will be online with four contact days following in September
Course Code: 20D

AUGUST 2020: EXTRA COURSE ADDED DUE TO DEMAND - JUST ANNOUNCED!
Monday 3rd August - Saturday 8th August
& Saturday 22nd August - Friday 28th August

All tuition modules will be online with four contact days following in September
Course Code: 20D

SEPTEMBER 2020: LIMITED AVAILABILITY 
Monday 7th September - Saturday 12th September
& Saturday 3rd October - Friday 9th October

All tuition modules will be online with four contact days following in October
Course Code: 20E



Further 'Extended' and 'Intensive' course dates for late 2020 will be announced shortly.
 
ANY QUESTIONS? Please email Ella Porter with questions or to request a callback.
  
All courses are organised subject to a sufficient level of confirmed bookings being received. 
In the very unlikely event that a course does not run, a minimum of 20 working days' notice will be given.