All of Balanced Body educational programs highlight movement principles that are universal to the way the body moves, strengthens and heals. These principles incorporate the most up-to-date biomechanical theories of movement and exercise science. Understanding these principles and how to build on them to progress your clients, is essential to being a quality movement instructor.

Balanced Body students and instructors not only have access to best-in-class educators in the field of mindful movement but also are supported by our dedicated and experienced infrastructure with over 45 years in the industry. In addition, a Balanced Body instructor has access to continually updated and progressive educational content, virtual learning workshops and conferences and streaming workouts.

Yes! All Balanced body courses are module based, so  you can join us for a single module. This is the perfect format for continued education for those who are already qualified, or a nice way to dip your toes in before committing to a full course if you’re considering a career change. 

Please see the list of requirements on the COURSE OPTIONS page, here you will find a breakdown of course hours, observation hours, self mastery and assistant teaching hours for each course. 

Because our courses are module based, you can begin instructing classes as soon as you feel ready. Once you have completed your face-to-face days and the written module test for each course, you will receive a certificate of completion. We highly encourage our students to work with a mentor in their early days to build their skills and continue to learn on the job.

It depends where you see yourself teaching in the future. If you’re looking to start your own small classes, maybe Mat work is a good place to start. If you think you would like to work in a fully equipped studio or rehab clinic, then you will need Comprehensive studio training.

The choice is yours and there is always the option to add modules on as you go.