BASI® & bootybarre® Instructor
Janine is the Founder & Lead BASI® Instructor at Cairns Pilates Barre
Cairns Plates Barre is BASI®’s only Far North Queensland Studio host studio. It was opened by Janine Noopetch (BASI® trained) and specialises in (write what that course is in NZ) and Pre and Post Natal classes.
Janine has a wealth of experience with a background of more than 20 years in Dance including Competitive Dance, Performer in Musical Theatre Productions, Choreographer, Dance Teacher (Specialising in Jazz & Tap Dance) Dance Fitness, Aerobics and Pilates Instructor and for a short time – a Circus Performer. She has also recently completed a Cancer, Autoimmune, Lymphoedema & Exercise Workshop led by Carla Mullins from BodyOrganics.
Janine commenced teaching dance at 14 years of age and opened her own Modern Jazz Dance School in New Zealand when she was 16. With a love of Dance Fitness – Janine came across Tracey Mallet’s bootybarre® and brought this amazing fitness program to Cairns in 2013
Janine furthered her studies when she discovered BASI® Pilates and completed a program in Australia 2015 training under BASI® Faculty Jordanna, Shayne Smith and Brandon Gamble.
Janine is passionate about the needs of every client that walks through her studio door and prepares each class according to their body and needs.
BASI® Pilates Comprehensive Global
The Comprehensive Global Program includes the Mat Program as well as a thorough and complete education in Pilates covering the full range of Pilates equipment (Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda Chair, Ped-a-pul, Ladder Barrel, Step Barrel and various other Auxiliary apparatus). This program consists of 12 modules, which is comprised of 72 hours of lecture, discussion, and exercise analysis and practice.
More than simply a program of study, the Comprehensive Global Program is an enduring foundation for a career in Pilates. This is a college-level teacher training program that give students knowledge of Pilates theory, exercises, and teaching skills on all Pilates equipment.
Pilates for Injuries & Pathologies
This three-day certificate course presents a Physical Therapy approach to working with clients who have injuries, physical limitations, or movement dysfunctions. Focusing primarily on the cervical and lumbar spine, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and foot, the course covers functional anatomy, biomechanics and a review of current literature. Specific injuries and pathologies, such as disc disease, post-surgical conditions, rotator cuff syndrome, tendinopathies and osteoarthritis, are examined. Students learn about precautions and/or contraindications for these conditions, as well as exercise options and modifications to the original BASI® Pilates repertoire. Course participants learn safe ways to work with clients who suffer from some of the most commonly encountered pathologies and injuries, via lectures, discussions, demonstrations and practice.