Comprehensive Apparatus Pilates Program
Learn to teach up to advanced-level clients on the Mat.
The Comprehensive Apparatus Training Program certifies you to teach private and group sessions on the Classical Pilates apparatus: the Reformer, Cadillac, High Chair, Wunda Chair, Ladder Barrel, Spine Corrector, Magic Circle, Pedipul, and more. You will have the knowledge to train individuals of any age, gender, fitness level, or physical condition.
The Comprehensive Apparatus Training Program course includes:
- Five 18-hour training weekends that span over a 6 month period.
- Four practical exams and 1 written exam.
- Five monthly meetings.
- A designated number of free or discounted classes.
- Access to the Pilates studio for observation and practice.
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UPCOMING COMPREHENSIVE APPARATUS TRAINING PROGRAMS
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Course fees vary depending on the studio location.
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