Touching and Spotting with Junghee Won

Touching and Spotting with Junghee Won

November 24, 2015

I am so excited for my teacher and friend, Junghee Won, to visit my studio in March 2016 for a workshop on Touching and Spotting Techniques.  Junghee is truly gifted in her approach to touching and spotting, as well as teaching teachers how to spot with confidence and to get the most for clients out of each exercise with the help of the touch and spot. Come join us in welcoming Junghee to Rhinebeck Pilates!


Touching and Spotting with Junghee Won

March 20, 2016
12-6pm
$200
Click Here to Register Online

Practice and learn the Authentic Pilates approach to touching and spotting on the intermediate reformer and mat. Experience how the art of touching and spotting enhances your teaching and benefits your clients.  Bring your clients into a deeper connection to the powerhouse, longer stretches and opposition, and assist them to find their ideal in each exercise. We will focus on the reformer and mat, with additional apparatus by request as time allows.

About Junghee Won:

Originally from Seoul Korea, Junghee Won was certified in 1999 by Romana Kryzanowska at The New York Pilates Studio in New York City and worked at The New York Pilates Studio® until 2002.

In 2001 Junghee was a featured model in Dr. Peter Fiasca’s Classical Pilates Technique DVD series, and she also wrote Chapter IV of the Peter Fiasca’s collected essays book, Voices of classical Pilates: “Pilates Technique and Body Awareness”. She is also a featured classical Pilates teacher on Pilatesology and Pilates Anytime.

In 2002, Junghee returned to Seoul and co-founded Korea’s first Pilates studios, Pilates Korea and Classic Pilates. She was an often-featured Pilates expert in Korean National TV and print, and as a featured Instructor for Pilates videos. After that, Junghee came back to the US and lead the Power Pilates Teachers Certification Program as a Teacher Trainer of Power Pilates for several years.

She now currently teaches at Can Do Fitness / Edgewater, New Jersey and works as a Teacher Trainer of United States Pilates Association. She teaches the Authentic Pilates system workshops in the US, continuing education workshops of the classical Pilates method around the world, and conducts the Authentic Pilates system workshop of The New York Pilates Studio® Teacher Certification Program, around the world and at The New York Pilates Studio New York, NY, since 2015 as a Teacher Trainer.

Additionally, her published research papers include The Effect of The Pilates Method on Dancers, Cognitive Style and Body Awareness, A Qualitative Approach to the Effects of Pilates Exercise, and An Inquiry of Philosophy and Principles of The Pilates Method.

Junghee earned a BA in Dance Education (Kyung-Hee University, Seoul Korea, 1990), an MA in Dance/Dance Education (New York University, New York, NY 1995), and a PhD in Performing Arts (Kyung-Hee University, Seoul Korea, 2005).  A highlight in her extensive background as a professional dancer was when she performed at the Opening Ceremonies of the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul.

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