MOVEMENT ANATOMY™ I – BIOMECHANICS is part of the MOVEMENT ANATOMY™ series of 3 courses, including


Why Movement Anatomy™ I – Biomechanics?

If you are a newly certified Pilates teacher, Yoga instructor, personal trainer or group exercise instructor, you may only be briefly educated in Anatomy. As a result, you know you need to improve your ability to assess your clients’ postures and alignment more accurately especially during movement.

Derived from the fundamentals and principles of Pilates, this course aims to LINK movement with science to help you gain a better understanding of the biomechanics and kinesiology of the human body. Attending this course would help you and your clients improve their movements and correct faulty movement habits.

12 PMA approved CECs available.

Course Description

This 12-hour course held over 2 days will:

– Explore the relationship between the Axial skeletal and the Appendicular skeletal system
– Review movement mechanics of the skeletal system
– Explore assessment techniques linking Pilates movements with biomechanics and kinesiology
– Review muscle involvement effecting skeletal alignment and movement


Fitness professionals, personal trainers, group exercise instructors, yoga teachers, Pilates teachers from other schools, health care providers, physiotherapists and other manual therapy workers.

It is recommended that participants attend Movement Anatomy™ – Basic prior to this course.


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Pilates Capital:
fX Sudirman
Jl. Jendral Sudirman F7#01
Pintu Satu Senayan
Jakarta 10270

Registration Deadline

To be confirmed.

To Register

Registration is confirmed by payment only.
To register, please contact Sandi Ariyanti at
Email:, or
Phone number: +62 21 29110010

Refund & Cancellation Policy

For details, please refer to Sandi Ariyanti at
Email:, or
Phone number: +62 21 29110010
* Course details subject to change without prior notice.