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Instructor Workshop 
by Andrea Jobbagy, MSc

Cueing for better neuroplasticity 
Unleashing the power of the nervous system in Pilates instruction

Nervous system

Date: 16/10/2023

Time: 13:30 - 16:30


Location: The Old Tannery, 66 Hensington Road, Woodstock, OX20 1JH

Price: £75

Unlock the untapped potential of the nervous system and revolutionise your Pilates instruction with our immersive workshop on Cueing. Designed specifically for Pilates instructors, this workshop delves into the fascinating world of neuroscience, exploring how cues can be strategically utilised to engage and influence the motor cortex and various parts of the brain. Led by a highly experienced Pilates instructor with an MSc in Neurological Rehabilitation, this workshop goes beyond traditional teaching techniques. Gain a deeper understanding of the nervous system's intricate workings and learn practical strategies to optimise your cues, fostering enhanced mind-body connections and facilitating more profound movement experiences for your clients.

Key workshop highlights:

  • Introduction to Neurology: Discover the fundamentals of the nervous system and its role in movement control.

  • Neuroplasticity and Motor Cortex: Explore how cues can stimulate neuroplasticity and shape the motor cortex for improved movement outcomes.

  • Cues for Mind-Body Connection: Learn effective techniques to foster stronger mind-body connections through neurologically informed cues.

  • Targeting Different Brain Areas: Understand how cues can influence different parts of the brain to optimise movement efficiency and performance.

  • Practical Application and Case Studies: Engage in hands-on activities, group discussions, and real-life case studies to apply the neuro-cueing principles in your instruction.


Whether you're a seasoned instructor or new to the field, this workshop offers a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and refine your teaching skills. Elevate your Pilates instruction to a new level and empower your clients to tap into their full potential through intentional (‘Neuro')- cuing.

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