Cueing & Timing for Teachers

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We’ve had several requests from new teachers asking for videos to better understand cueing and timing of private sessions. Molly shares on this topic with a session using the Reformer, Wunda Chair, and Cadillac to address her student Susie’s individual needs. You’ll learn tips on cueing like where to place your hands, how to assist your student and keep them safe, as well as simple words and images that work! You’ll also get an idea of how much time you should spend on each part of a workout to finish the session in time while still giving the client what they need to improve.

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  1. Jean Klein 4 years ago

    That was a great class. I really like the idea of keeping an awareness of the clock to gauge approximate times for the apparatus. It’s a great way to make sure there’s time to work on the specific needs of a client. Molly, you got a lot done in that hour.

    • Molly Niles Renshaw Author
      Molly Niles Renshaw 4 years ago

      Thanks, Jean! Glad it was helpful!

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