Collaborative ARCUS Essential Workshop
Trent McEntire And Wendy LeBlanc-Arbuckle
March 3rd - 4th, 2017 | Austin TX |12 PMA CECs | Registration now open

Trent McEntire and Wendy LeBlanc-Arbuckle are thrilled to announce a powerful and collaborative workshop coming up very soon March 3-4, 2017. Please join us and experience the power of embodied movement!

“Experience the living architectural curves of Arcus, and how it powerfully supports your body’s functional spiral rhythms… how your arms and legs connect through your shoulder and pelvic girdle to your “primal breathing spine”! You will learn to sense the curves of Arcus, transferring this more functional, spatial sensation to how you use the traditional straight Pilates bar…with deeper awareness and ability!

…Wendy Leblanc-Arbuckle

Arcus Essentials (Level I and II) Training
This course focuses on safety, teaching, and creativity that is inherent to Arcus™. Participants learn over 60 Base and Intermediate Arcus exercises on Pilates equipment with an additional 150+ modifications for private sessions and group classes. This interactive course is ideal for all levels of teaching experience and provides solutions for clients of all ages and stages of a multitude of special conditions..

More about Arcus:
The curves of Arcus enhance assessment, improve joint articulation, reduce muscle strain, and increase body awareness. Arcus is ideal when helping clients with Neurological Conditions, Scoliosis, Joint Replacement, Surgery Prep, and Sport Specific Training. Arcus works with your own straps and springs and attaches to all Pilates equipment.

Come Feel the Difference!

Registration: $595.00
Early-bird Registration: $550 (before January 15, 2017)

  • March 3rd – 4th Friday & Saturday 12:30 to 6:30pm

  • 12 PMA CECs

  • Limited Space for 16

Trent McEntire

As someone that became a professional dancer after rehabilitating his own severe movement restrictions established at birth due to Cerebral Palsy, Trent McEntire understands how the quality of life is affected by how well you can (or can't) move your body. For 20 years, he has been sharing his discoveries and method with those seeking to overcome their own movement limitations. This has culminated in the design and release of his equipment, “Arcus by McEntire”. Trent McEntire has presented his work at conferences such as Pilates Method Alliance, Pilates On Tour, and the Body Mind Expo Conference. Trent has taught workshops in Italy, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, and throughout the US. He has a BFA in Dance and is a PMA-CPT. The McEntire School International is the home for the educational courses, workshops, and mentoring that have grown out of his original and ongoing discoveries.

Wendy LeBlanc-Arbuckle

Wendy Leblanc-Arbuckle is the founder and director of the Pilates Center of Austin and the 3-CoreConnections Perspective, She is involved heavily in these initiatives.  Wendy teaches at her studio in Austin, Texas and travels extensively to teach at various workshops and conferences throughout the country. Wendy is also a founding member of the Pilates Method Alliance and she served on the original delineation committee for the creation of the PMA Pilates Certification Exam. A teacher of holistic health and movement for over forty years, Wendy has a unique background in the field. She began her Pilates training with revered Pilates Elder Romana Kryzanowska, and her protege Steve Giordano. Wendy has also studied extensively with other first generation Pilates teachers as well as with influential movement educators such as Tom Myers, Bonnie Bainbridge-Cohen, and Judith Aston among others.

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