CoreAlign® Teacher Training

Power.  Posture.  Precision. 

The CoreAlign® system from Balanced Body® stimulates core stability muscles to fire in perfect timing while performing challenging exercises, stretches and core controlled aerobic training. Give your clients a unique exercise experience that improves gait, posture, balance and functional movement. Clients at all fitness levels will feel the difference.

Balanced Body offers CoreAlign training for individuals with a strong background in movement, such as accredited Pilates instructors, personal trainers, movement teachers and physical therapists. Developed by Jonathan Hoffman, a physical therapist, the method is used for musculoskeletal rehabilitation, performance enhancement and as a regular sport for a healthy lifestyle.

The CoreAlign provides a superior environment for training gait, balance, core stability and sport specific movements in a flexible and dynamic environment. CoreAlign 1: Foundations, provides the theoretical basis of the method along with essential exercises to illustrate the full potential of the CoreAlign. CoreAlign 2: Progressions, builds on the key exercises to challenge balance, coordination and complex movement patterns for clients at any level, from physical therapy patients to professional athletes. 

Aug 13-15


Exercises in standing, plank, all fours and supine positions designed to build functional movement skills applicable to daily life and athletic pursuits. Includes progressions and regressions to address clients at different levels of ability as well as specific modifications and precautions for working with clients with injuries and special populations. 

Dec 10-12


CoreAlign 2 provides an excellent platform for improving functional movement patterns for clients at any level of ability from physical therapy patients to professional athletes. Includes progressions of plank and standing exercises to address a range of training goals from core stabilization to creating integrated rotation for throwing sports. Training options using rotator discs, variable directions of resistance and moments of suspension. Exercises to challenge balance, coordination and complex movement patterns.