Talk to Us!
Calling all alums! Keep your Kane School certification current by submitting your continuing education credits each year:
Any questions, please reach out to us!
Coming from the personal training world I never found a true practice in corrective exercise, until Kinected. At Kane School/Kinected I had the benefit of diving deep into understanding the human body, how it moves in a healthy state, where and how movement dysfunction can present, and learning to use Pilates to find each body’s healthiest expression. The depth of knowledge of every instructor, and their willingness to share it, is unmatched and inspirational. I am so grateful for everyone at Kinected and the opportunity to complete their program virtually! Their program is bringing my practice to a new level with confidence to continue my passion of helping people feel better and move better in their body.
The Kane School’s meticulously crafted program was so much more than simply learning how to teach Pilates choreography. I was given the space to learn theoretically and kinesthetically while thinking critically and applying it all with creativity. The teacher trainers are at once generous with their knowledge but firm with their expectations that we go beyond memorizing content. I participated in a virtual version of Basic Training and was amazed at how supported I felt through the entire process. Despite participating in this training from across an ocean, the experience felt very intimate. My perspectives on moving, teaching, and learning are forever changed.
My time at the Kane School has been full of personal and professional growth. The thoughtfully-scaffolded structure of the Basic Training program allowed me to repeatedly circle back to ideas, each time with a deeper, more nuanced understanding of the material.
The Kane School Core Principles for movement resonated with me. Their philosophy on functional movement and rehabilitation just makes sense. Each teacher has a wealth of experience and are gifted in their techniques of teaching and training.
Learning anatomy is a life-long process. Stay inspired!