At Star Bodies we are committed to sharing GYROTONIC and intend to offer various courses including GYROTONIC Pre-Training, GYROTONIC Level 1 Foundation Course, Jumping Stretching Board and Leg Extension Unit.
Process For Becoming A Certified GYROTONIC Teacher.
1 - Private Sessions
We recommend at least 10 private sessions before starting the training program.
2 - GYROTONIC Level 1 Pre-Training Course
The purpose of this course is to provide a foundational understanding of the Gyrotonic level 1 exercises and prepare students physically for the Gyrotonic Level 1 Foundation Course. During this course students focus on gaining experience, and developing a personal understanding of the exercises on the Pre-Training Course exercise list. Prerequisites: A basic understanding of the Gyrotonic, level 1, progression I exercises. Students typically take ten or more sessions with a Certified Gyrotonic Trainer to acquire enough experience to begin this course.
Conducted by: A Gyrotonic Pre-Trainer or a Gyrotonic Master Trainer. Duration: Minimum 6 days/30 hours
Upon successful completion: Once students have successfully completed the Gyrotonic Level 1 Pre-Training Course, they may proceed to the Gyrotonic Level 1 Foundation Course.
3 - GYROTONIC Level 1 Foundation Teacher Training
12-day course (60 hours in total)
An intensive course conducted by a Gyrotonic Master Trainer. Upon successful completion you are issued a Certificate of Apprenticeship and you can begin providing instruction to clients.
4 - Apprentiship Requirments
As an Apprentice, you have 18 months to log a specific amount of teaching client hours and to attend a Supervised Apprentice Review course with a Master Trainer. Course requirements are: 60 hours of Teaching Client Hours and 30 hours of Supervised Apprentice Hours with a Master Trainer.
5 - Final Certification
Once you have successfully completed your Apprenticeship Period, which is determined by your Master Trainer, you enroll in a final 3 day/15 hour Final Certification Course. In America, these courses are typically conducted in Miami, FL. The certification course must be taken 6 to 18 months after your Foundation training. After your Certification, you will be able to attain added specialty equipment training as well as advanced level 2 training.