Completed over 2-3 weekends; $1200 + materials
**Sign up for both IMP & IR and get a $300 discount off the course fees!**

This class provides you with the solid foundation and skills you need to develop effective and motivating group and personal training programs. At the end of the course you are qualified to design and teach essential and intermediate level mat-work classes, integrating small equipment to add variety and to meet the specific needs of your clients. In addition to the general course objectives you learn:

-Workout composition for personal and group training
-Essential, intermediate and power workouts
-Use of the Flex-Band, Fitness Circle and Arc Barrel to enhance, support and intensify strength and flexibility exercises.

Prerequisites: A working knowledge of functional anatomy, prior pilates experience and three-plus years teaching movement or fitness. It is not uncommon for a motivated and hard-student to begin their Pilates Training journey with only two of the three requirements. Please contact us to discuss your background and qualifications. We have options to assist you with the requirements and become a successful STOTT PILATES Instructor.

Course Duration: 40 hours instruction and supervised teaching, plus minimum. Hours to be completed outside of class time: 10 hours observation, 30 hours physical review, 15 hours practice teaching. Conducted over two-three weekends.

CECs : 4.0 ACE

Conducted over 3-4 weekends; $1600 + materials
**Sign up for both IMP & IR and get a $300 discount off the course fees!**

This class prepares you to teach a broad range of exercises, variations and modifications performed on the Reformer the key piece of resistance equipment used in pilates exercise. This course teaches you how to combine Mat- and Reformer-based workouts for increased variety and intensity. Upon completion of this course you are able to further motivate group classes and customize personal training sessions for a range of clients. In addition to the general course objectives you learn:

-Effective use of resistance to enhance torso stability and peripheral extremity conditioning
-How to develop effective Reformer and combined Mat-and-Reformer programs for personal and group classes
-Essential, intermediate and power workouts
-Effective communication, visual skills verbal cuing and imagery for performance enhancement and client motivation

Prerequisites: A working knowledge of functional anatomy, prior pilates experience and three-plus years teaching movement or fitness. It is not uncommon for a motivated and hard-student to begin their Pilates Training journey with only two of the three requirements. Please contact us to discuss your background and qualifications. We have options to assist you with the requirements and become a successful STOTT PILATES Instructor.

Course Duration: 50 hours instruction and supervised teaching. Hours to be completed outside of class-time: 10 hours observation, 40 hours physical review, 25 hours practice teaching.
Conducted over three weeks or four weekends.

CECs : 5.0 ACE

Conducted over 5 weekends, $1600.00 + materials
**See Discount below for signing up for multiple courses.**

ICCB prepares you to teach essential and intermediate stretching and strengthening exercises on equipment designed to complete STOTT PILATES® training: Cadillac Trapeze Table; Stability Chair™; Ladder Barrel; Spine Corrector; and Arc Barrel. At the end of the course you will be able to fine-tune both personal and circuit training programs to meet post-rehabilitation needs, general fitness, and athletic conditioning goals.
Beyond the general course objectives you will learn:

-How to apply STOTT PILATES® biomechanical principles for precision training
-Use of resistance to enhance torso stability and peripheral extremity training
-How to develop dynamic programs for one-on-one and circuit training

Prerequisites: STOTT PILATES® Mat Plus OR Reformer Courses

Course Duration: Course is conducted over 4 weekends. 50 hours instruction and supervised teaching. Hours to be completed outside of course time: 10 hours of observation, 40 hours of physical review, 25 hours of practice teaching. The Cadillac, Chair, & Barrels course has been structured into three separate modules; ICAD, ICHR and IBRL, to give you maximum flexibility. Completion of all three modules is required to be eligible for certification.

CECs : 5.0 ACE

Conducted over 2 weekends: 5 days. $900 + materials

ICAD prepares you to teach Essential and Intermediate exercises on the Cadillac. By the end of this course you will be able to fine-tune personal and circuit training programs to meet a variety clients’ conditioning goals with 125 exercises on the Cadillac Trapeze Table. Beyond the general course objectives, you will learn:

-Effective use of the equipment to enhance torso stability and strength, peripheral extremity conditioning, joint stability, flexibility, balance and coordination
-How to develop dynamic programs in a full studio environment
-Essential and Intermediate exercises and variations
-Effective communication and observational skills, verbal cueing and imagery for performance enhancement and client motivation
-Modifications for specific body types, postural issues and conditions
-Exercise layering related to effective program design

Prerequisites: IMP or IR

Course Duration: Conducted over 2 weekends and 15 hours of instruction and supervised teaching. Additional hours outside of class time: Minimum 15 hours physical review, minimum 10 hours practice teaching.

CECs: 2.5 STOTT PILATES®; ACE; Can-Fit-Pro

Conducted over 3 days. $600 + materials

ICHR prepares you to teach Essential and Intermediate exercises on the Stability Chair. By the end of this course you will be able to fine-tune personal and circuit training programs to meet a variety of clients’ conditioning goals with 63 exercises on the Stability Chair. Beyond the general course objectives, you will learn:

-Effective use of the equipment to enhance torso stability and strength, peripheral extremity conditioning, joint stability, flexibility, balance and coordination
-How to develop dynamic programs in a full studio environment
-Effective communication and observational skills, verbal cueing and imagery for performance enhancement and client motivation
-Modifications for specific body types, postural issues and conditions
-Exercise layering related to effective program design

Prerequisites: IMP or IR

Course Duration: Conducted over 1 weekend and 15 hours class instruction and supervised teaching. Hours to be completed outside of class time: Minimum 5 hours observation, minimum 10 hours physical review, minimum 10 hours practice teaching.

CECs: 1.5 STOTT PILATES®; ACE; Can-Fit-Pro

Conducted over 2 days. $400 + materials

IBRL prepares you to teach Essential and Intermediate exercises on the Barrels. By the end of this course you will be able to fine-tune personal and circuit training programs to meet a variety of clients’ conditioning goals with 98 exercises on the Ladder Barrel, Spine Corrector and Arc Barrel. Beyond the general course objectives, you will learn:

-Effective use of the equipment to enhance torso stability and strength, peripheral extremity conditioning, joint stability, flexibility, balance and coordination
-How to develop dynamic programs in a full studio environment
-Essential and Intermediate exercises and variations
-Effective communication and observational skills, verbal cueing and imagery for performance enhancement and client motivation
-Modifications for specific body types, postural issues and conditions
-Exercise layering related to effective program design

Prerequisites: IMP or IR

Course Duration: 10 hours instruction and supervised teaching. Hours to be completed outside class time: Minimum 5 hours observation, minimum 10 hours physical review, minimum 5 hours practice teaching.

CECs: 1.0 STOTT PILATES®; ACE; Can-Fit-Pro

Conducted over 1 day; $250 + materials

This class includes breakdown of 10 advanced level matwork exercises, in addition to the general course objectives.

Prerequisites: Intensive Mat Plus Course

Course Duration: 6 hours of instruction conducted over one day.

CECs: .6 ACE

Conducted over 3 days; $550.00 + materials

This class includes breakdown of 35 advanced level Reformer exercises, in addition to the general course objectives.

Prerequisites: Intensive Reformer

Course Duration: 18 hours instruction conducted over three days

CECs: 1.6 ACE

Conducted over 2 days; $450.00 + materials

Breakdown of 47 advanced level Cadillac, Chair and Barrels exercises, in addition to the general course objectives.

Prerequisites: ICCB

Course Duration: 12 hours instruction conducted over two days

CECs: 1.2 ACE

Conducted over 4 days

This course is intended for those already working in the fields of fitness or movement. Building on your STOTT PILATES® knowledge it teaches you to customize workouts to address weaknesses, health conditions, postural problems or injuries (but not to diagnose specific injuries).

Course Objectives:

-Discuss the Pilates Instructor’s role in the rehabilitative process
-Examine the industry standards for screening clients and learn how to begin a Pilates program to safely and appropriately work with special populations
-Discuss the three-level muscle classification system
-Develop and be able to apply a rehabilitative approach based on current models of joint stability
-Examine optimal and dysfunctional biomechanical patterns in various regions of the body
-Review the most common injuries and special populations that may be encountered
-Review appropriate exercise progressions for those injuries and special populations
-Practice programming for specific injuries and special populations

What you will learn:

-Approaches to rehabilitating an injured musculoskeletal system
-Anatomy and biomechanics, dysfunctions and pathologies, and exercise modifications in the: lumbo-pelvic, cervical, upper quadrant, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle and foot regions
-Pregnancy, fibromyalgia and other special conditions plus workout design
-Appropriate modification of Matwork, Reformer, Cadillac, Stability Chair and Barrel exercises

Prerequisites: IMP or IR

Course Duration: 24 hours of instruction conducted over four days. No physical review, observation or practice teaching required.

CECs: 2.4 STOTT Pilates; 16.0 REPs; 4.0 can-fit-pro; 2.4 ACE