We are growing our network of teachers to deliver classes and workshops at leading gyms, companies and at fitness events. Last year we hosted wellbeing workshops and courses to Warner Music, WH Smith, Stretch in the City, The Stress Management Society, Mumsnet, HMRC and MullenLowe.
The Role: We are looking for freelance teachers who are passionate about health and wellbeing in the workplace to host regular courses and workshops for us. You will need to be flexible and available to teach weekly courses along with one off workshops in London and across the UK. Hourly rates will vary according to your experience and each workshop length.
Who are we looking for? Confident, friendly and knowledgeable teachers who have a good understanding of Ergonomics and common workplace postural deviations. We want passionate people to help grow the Ergolates brand in the UK and beyond. You need to be comfortable teaching classes and presenting workshops for small groups and larger audiences from boardrooms to stages.
Qualifications & Skills Required:
Level 3 Pilates Matwork (+2 years of teaching experience).
DSE Assessment (We will consider applicants without this certification).
Powerpoint Presentation skills (you will be provided with slides).
Confident using and updating social media (Twitter/Facebook & Instagram).
Training: If you are successful you will be trained to deliver our workshops and courses in central London across two days.
Please send your CV and a covering email to: email@example.com
Deadline: Wednesday 1st February 2017.
We had another article in the Health section of the Sun newspaper last week, with plenty of useful tips on how to avoid back pain. We’re big believers in moving around as much as possible, and avoiding staying static for long period of time. Make sure you take a break from sitting at least every 30 minutes.
Ergolates was featured in the health section of The Sun newspaper last week for a feature on good posture and how people have a tendency to ignore their own back pain. Written by Clare O Reily, it’s a really great piece with advice from Physio’s, Osteopaths and Ergolates founder Rebecca Grierson.