Hosted by: Pilates Cure Pilates Studio, Fort Mill, SC

This 225 hour program prepares you to teach the classical Pilates method including the Mat, Reformer, Cadillac, Chairs, Ped-O-Pul, and Barrels through the intermediate level work.  Upon completion of the program you will be prepared to teach private sessions and group classes in a studio and fitness center setting. The full program covers beginning through intermediate exercise progressions, functional anatomy and movement science, teaching techniques, transitions, modifications and contraindications. 

Note: Students must complete this entire program and the additional Advanced Teacher Training weekend (an additional fee applies) in order to be eligible to sit for the Pilates Method Alliance Certified Pilates Teacher exam.  

20 Hours of Pilates classes.  These can be done in a studio or with approved classes on or PilatesAnytime.  Only classes approved by Carrie Pages are acceptable.

Weekend I: November 1-3, 2019:   Friday 2-7, Saturday 9-6, Sunday 8-2 
Weekend II: January 10-12, 2020:   Friday 2-7, Saturday 9-6, Sunday 8-2
Weekend III: February 7-9, 2020:   Friday 2-7, Saturday 9-6, Sunday 8-2
Written Test: Up to student to schedule
Practical Test: April 4, 2020   Friday 2-7, Saturday, 9-6pm

Total Cost:

Payment Options:
In Full:  $4500 Due: November 1, 2019
Payment Plan: 5 Payments of $925 due the 1st of Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, March

Cancelation Policy:  There are no refunds issued after October 15, 2019.  If you agree to the payment plan and discontinue the training you will still be charged the monthly fees.

Required Hours
Weekend Seminars: 75 Hours

Students must be present for all weekend seminars. If you miss any part of a weekend you must take private lessons (additional cost of $85 per hour missed) to make-up the missed material.

Personal Practice: 55 hours
Personal practice hours are untaught hours of workouts on the equipment and the mat with a minimum of 35 hours done on the equipment.

Observation: 45 hours
There are three resources for observation:
(1) Watching lessons I post online. There will be a private website where you can access these posted lessons.
(2) Subscribe to or and view full hour/approved lessons. I will provide you with a list of approved sessions.
(3) Observe lessons taught in an approved Pilates studio. It is a privilege to watch a student's session and you're expected to present yourself in a professional manner at all times. Instructors reserve the right to dismiss you if your behavior is inappropriate at any time.
Observation guidelines:
Never ask questions or interrupt a session in anyway.
Do not eat, lie down, text message, read, talk on your cell phone or seem uninterested at any time.
Keep the area where you are sitting clear of clutter.
Sit on the periphery of the studio. Do not sit on a reformer or the Cadillac.
Thank the student after the session for allowing you to observe and clean off any equipment they used.

Apprenticeship/ Practice Teaching 30 Hours
As an apprentice you will teach family members or friends for a fee of $25 per session. This gives you the experience of teaching Pilates while working with people who understand that you're in a learning process. You are responsible for recruiting these students. The $25 fee is paid directly to the studio as a “studio rental fee” and not your rate per session.