Get your MOTR running with this certification program that combines Balanced Body movement principles with the power of aerobic conditioning, balance work, and the release exercises of a foam roller. This small, affordable piece of equipment allows trainers to provide appropriate workouts for people of all fitness levels and ages. The training will cover key positions and exercises as well as sequences and programming for private and group sessions.
MOTR (16 hours)
This course includes a detailed manual and suggested class formats — everything you need to begin teaching on the MOTR. The course has a programmatic track format that makes learning the exercises easy, fun and teachable. MOTR exercises are rooted in Balanced Body movement principles which emphasize safe and effective movement potential.
Friday, April 28th, 2017 – Sunday, April 30th, 2017 and
Friday, November 3rd, 2017 – Sunday, Nocember 5th, 2017
*Times are subject to change at the discretion of the instructor
Class fee: $415 ($375 early bird pricing)
*In addition to the class fee, there may be additional fees including manuals, dvds, taxes (e.g. VAT) and other items.
Balanced Body MOTR Instructor Requirements for Completion
To become a fully qualified Balanced Body Mat Instructor, students must complete the following:
- Balanced Body MOTR Training – Course work, written and practical test (16 hours)
- 20 Personal Sessions
- 20 MOTR Student Teaching Hours
Total hours for completion of Mat program: 56 hours
Upon completion of all the requirements, a certificate of completion as a Balanced Body MOTR will be issued. To become a full-qualified Balanced Body MOTR instructor, instructors must successfully complete all coursework, teaching and personal sessions, followed by practical examination test-out. Balanced Body suggests this program be completed in its entirety within 3 months of initial training.