Ever dreamt of becoming a pilates instructor? This course is the place to start.
Enables you to run classes and widen your client scope with small equipment
Enhance your existing training and take your expertise to the next level
In order to teach mat Pilates, you need to learn all the essential techniques and skills required to ensure you can deliver your own high-quality Pilates classes. Pilates-based Mat exercises have been derived from a method created by Joseph Pilates, a system of 34 exercises performed with precision and control with exquisite attention to detail.
Developing your experience in Pilates by working with a range of different clients will help you to grow into a Pilates teacher. However, the career you follow from this learning would be based on what you do with the knowledge you gain from this Pilates training course. We have created an article to outline the key difference between a Pilates Instructor and a Pilates Teacher.
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While you are training you can get student insurance from a company called Balens in order to teach, but you must declare that you are in training and charge a lower rate than you would if you were a fully qualified Pilates Instructor. You will, of course, need a proof of training letter from us in order to do this, and it will also be subject to eligibility criteria.
Yes, by the end of the standard course, you will have been taught all of the original 34 exercises. Your course tutors will have shown you how to modify each of the exercises so that you can teach a mixed ability class, plus you will have experience performing the advanced exercises yourself and learnt the relevant teaching and safety points in preparation for instructing others.