Anatomy Course for Pilates Teachers, Teachers of Gyro, and Personal Trainers, London

A 9-weekend Anatomy & Movement Course covering: Structural, Functional, and Experiential Anatomy for Movement within the realm of Pilates.


Gary Carter Personal Training
Gary Carter
KMI structural integration, YTTC, LTG Dip






Moss Pilates, 103 Worship Street, London EC2A 2DF   View map



A 9-weekend Anatomy & Movement Course covering: Structural, Functional, and Experiential Anatomy for Movement within the realm of Pilates and Gyro Movement Work.

Gary Carter shows in his anatomy & movement course how a thorough knowledge of anatomy can help Pilates teachers and teachers of Gyro work  to make intelligent choices about the way they teach their pupils. His workshops involve the use of props, illustrations, and hands-on work in class to help demonstrate the principles that underlie the practice.

Anatomy Course for Yoga Teachers

The Anatomy Series for Pilates Teachers,Teachers of Gyro and Personal Trainers, London

This 9 weekend anatomy & movement course explores the anatomy of movement in relation to Pilates, movement analysis, 3-D work, and experiential anatomy. It will encourage pilates and gyro movement teachers to ‘see’ their students more clearly, thus helping with rehabilitative issues. The course aims to help pilates and gyro teachers take a flexible, intelligent approach to they’re specific field with individual students.

Anatomy Course Teachers of Gyro

Anatomy & Movement Course details:

Weekend 1 • Intelligent Design? • October 1st & 2nd, 2016

Development of Movement Patterns Development of Bone Ligaments, Joints, and Skeleton

Weekend 2 • Sense of Self • November 5th & 6th, 2016

Perception – Kinaesthetic sense Muscle How Bones and Fascia Communicate The Fascial Web Gravity response

Weekend 3 • The Feet And Up! • January 21st & 22nd, 2017

The Foot – Primary Support The Legs – Lightness and Strength The Pelvis & Pelvic Freedom

Weekend 4 • The Pelvis And Up! The Spinal Organ Part 1 • February 18th & 19th, 2017

Psoas and Piriformis and the ‘Pelvic Trampoline’ The Deep Six and Pelvic Fluidity

Weekend 5 • The Spinal Organ Part 2 What Is The Core? • March 25th & 26th, 2017

Breath and Movement
Spinal Structure and Function The Spine as an Organ Anatomy of Breath Understanding Breathing Practices and their application to the work

Weekend 6 • Balance Of Weight • April 29th & 30th, 2017

The Cranium and Neck – Cranio Sacral Rhythms The Shoulder Girdle

Weekend 7 • Inwards & Upwards • May 27th & 28th, 2017

The Arms and Back The Bandhas
Diaphragms of the body The Cups and Domes in movement

Weekend 8 • Spring Loaded And Light • June 24th & 25th, 2017

Spiral Dynamics The Fluid Body
Tensegrity and the Muscle Matrix

Final 3 day weekend 9 • Anatomy Of Connection • August 4th, 5th & 6th, 2017

The Myofascial Meridians in Asana, including the Anatomy Trains Theory
Straps Bands & Slings!
Effective Body Reading Tensegrity in Movement

Anatomy Course Teachers of Gyro