#TrainersConnect 3/23: Lesson Planning with Class Choreography

Get your ticket to #TrainersConnect on 3/23 right here.

Ever get stuck putting together classes or need some inspiration? This #TrainersConnect is for you! Class planning takes a lot of time so why not get some extra help and guidance from our friends at Class Choreography?

Class Choreography is the online resource for reformer Pilates classes to teach! Every Wednesday they drop a new video of a full class summarized in under 15 minutes plus notes for you to reference while you teach. Their platform is built by Pilates instructors for Pilates instructors, so they keep it efficient and keep it interesting! Take back your Sunday’s and don’t freak out about class planning, they are here to help!

On Tuesday, March 23rd for this month’s #TrainersConnect, we will be joined by Class Choreography’s co-founders Olivia Lurie and Page Barker. In this session, we will move our bodies through a reformer-inspired workout on the mat followed by a class planning workshop. Their goal is to find ways to reduce the time you spend on class planning with still the same amount of thought and fun. Let’s work smarter not harder together!

As a thank you for joining this workshop, Class Choreography is offering a free month trial of their platform for all you Pilates instructors! That’s an extra three weeks of fresh classes to teach at your studios 🙂 We hope to see you then!

#TrainersConnect Workshops are free for all attendees. We’ll host the event in a private Zoom room. If you don’t have Zoom, you can download it here!

Details for #TrainersConnect

  • What: A virtual (free!) #TrainersConnect
  • When: Tuesday, March 23, 1 pm Central
  • Where: Zoom link will be provided in the reminder email.
  • What you need: A place to move your body and a notebook and pen to take notes
  • Where do I snag a ticket? Right here!

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About Kelly Matkovich

Kelly fell in love with the aSweatLife family when she became an ambassador in 2016. Through goal-setting and the exposure to trying new things, she made some pretty big career goals for herself. In 2017, she quit her full time job as a Director of Meetings and events for a Women’s Cancer Association to pursue the crazy world of entrepreneurship/contract work/working multiple jobs and a career in fitness. During this time, she got her NASM personal training certificate and became a group fitness instructor while also earning certifications in yoga sculpt and health coaching. She traveled around the world executing large conferences and started a wellness events company within the hospitality industry. Through this very exciting but very bumpy new career path, she always had aSweatLife ambassadors there to support her along the way. Now, as the Senior Director of Communities, her focus is to grow with this amazing group of ambassadors and inspire them to reach their BHAGS through uniquely crafted experiences, events and community.