This 476-hour Pilates Instructor Certification Career Program is offered by Dual Star Pilates in Collaboration with WCCC Continuing Education.
Pilates is currently one of the most popular approaches to movement, balance, and toning. It has been named as the fastest-growing fitness activity, probably because it is suitable for everybody, regardless of age, sex, or fitness level. Pilates is also ranked as a top-10 fitness trend by the American College of Sports and Medicine.
The Dual Star Pilates Institute sets a new standard in Pilates instructor-training. It combines the essential principles of Joseph Pilates’ method of body conditioning with current advances in physical movement and medical knowledge.
This career program will: provide mastery in the use of all standard Pilates equipment—the mat, reformer, Cadillac, and chair—in addition to the innovative ExseroTM system; familiarizes students with basic human anatomy; enabling them to design safe, effective workouts based on clients’ individual needs; and prepares students to run a Pilates studio, with training in successful business practices and advertising techniques.
Who Should Attend: Experienced Pilates instructors, Pilates enthusiasts with no prior teaching experience, Physical therapists, students majoring in Exercise Science, students majoring in Dance Education and Equestrian Training: as a supporting, specialized field of study, Massage therapists: as an additional source of revenue.
Prerequisites: 18 years or older, HS Diploma/GED (supply copy), current CPR/AED and First Aid certification prior to spring semester. Students must have health-care provider insurance from a list of approved providers before starting the spring semester. (Approx. cost $100.00)
Course Instruction Occurs:
Warren Community College
445 Marshall Street
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Hunterdon Pilates Center
65 Old Highway 22
Clinton, NJ 08809
Additional Program Details: Pilates Instructor Certificate Program Brochure
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For more information, please contact Dianne Czar at (908) 835-2333.