Our next Online Level 1 course is coming up in Fall 2023 – and it promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

What you’ll learn:

✅ A comprehensive grounding in using imagery and mind-body teaching skills

✅ The anatomy and function of the pelvis, spine, shoulders and knees

✅ The fundamentals of bone rhythms, biomechanics, posture and breathing

✅ How to teach Franklin Method on its own and with other modalities

…on 21 days of online learning across 6 months with Eric Franklin and the Franklin Method Faculty. There’s also movements sessions, mentor groups, peer learning, detailed manuals and hours of bonus content.

We’re not quite ready to launch yet, but if you want us to send you all the details when Level 1 is ready for enrolments – with no strings attached – you can join the Level 1 waitlist below.

You’ll also receive a nice extra discount as a waitlist member if you choose to book your spot when we open enrolments!


Make your teaching vibrant, fun and inspirational with the Franklin Method

What is the Franklin Method ? Franklin Method® is an evidence based modality that combines movement, imagery and anatomical education to create lasting positive change in your body and mind.

The Franklin Method® is recognized by the health providers in Switzerland and is a regularly seen at Dance, Pilates, Yoga and Physiotherapy conferences. One of the greatest discoveries of the 21st century is the plasticity of the brain; that the lives we live shape the brain we develop. It is at the forefront of practical neuro-plasticity; showing you how to use your brain to improve your body's function. It teaches you how to harness the transforming power of the mind. It can be applied to improve all of your abilities. It all starts with the knowledge that we have the power to change.

See some research studies that have been done to show the efficacy of the Franklin Method®:

Suggested literature

Eric is author of over 21 books!

Understanding the Pelvis: A Functional Approach to Yoga will help instructors and practitioners—including athletes, dancers, and other artists—safely and effectively use the pelvis in yoga. The ability to correctly use anatomical cues and guide yogis through their movements will provide instructors with a new level of confidence and expertise in their workshops and classes, and it will give practitioners the knowledge they need to avoid injury and fully enjoy the benefits of yoga.
Click here to order 'Understanding the Pelvis'

Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery: This book from Eric Franklin shows you how to use imagery, touch, and movement exercises to improve your coordination and alignment. These exercises will also help you relieve tension, enhance the health of your spine and back, and prevent back injury. This book will help you discover your natural flexibility and quickly increase your power to move. You'll learn elements of body design. You'll explore how to use imagery to improve your confidence, and you'll discover imagery conditioning programs that will lead you toward better alignment, safer movement, increased fitness, and greater joy.

Click here to order 'Dynamic Alignment through Imagery'


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