1. The Principles
2. Anatomy, Biomechanics & Client Assessment
3. Choreography (pre-pilates to advanced)
4. Modifications: Progressions & Regressions
8. Group Fitness Lab
9. Session Flow & Teacher Creatures
Students are allotted one year from the time they begin their accreditation to complete all of their independent study and have the flexibility to design their own schedule. The following are mandatory: 30 observation hours | 30 self-practice hours | 30 student teaching hours | 60 apprentice teaching hours.
Depending on your unique learning style, beyond the mandatory hours listed above and the lectures, the remaining hours are customizable. But, you must complete all 450 hours (mat minimum of 125 hours | equipment minimum of 325 hours).
Interactive lecture series where you learn techniques and cueing while executing movements and observing your classmates.
You must attend all hours of lecture instruction. If you miss any part of the instruction, you will be required to make up the time missed with the equivalent amount of private training at your own additional expense.
Access to the electronic manual via our exclusive web-posting will expire one year from the date of your first lecture hour.
These hours may be completed at any facility that works with the requisite equipment.
You may choose to observe certified pilates instructors at any location; but please get permission from both the facility staff and the instructor before observing.
Observing a combination of group classes and private instruction is recommended.
These hours may be completed at any facility that will allow you to independently work out on the requisite equipment.
Students work one-on-one with other Pilates Mastery students, certified pilates instructors and/or advanced pilates students from other programs.
After completing the student teaching hours, students may audition to become an intern. Your clients will be offered an “intern” rate of $60/session and you will be paid $20/session.
Interns may also be eligible to teach classes per approval of management. If approved to teach group classes, interns will be paid $20 per class with up to two participants and a $5 bonus for each additional participant up to, but never exceeding, five students.