PILATES INSTRUCTOR

“You will feel the difference in 10 lessons, you will see the difference in 20 lessons and you will have a brand new body in 30 lessons.” When Joseph Pilates said this, he believed in the power of pilates. He supported all this belief with 6 basic principles: alignment, concentration, control, breath, precision and fluidity. From the beginning of the 20th century until today, pilates has become a 100-year-old discipline that has come a long way and started to improve itself at every stage. Pilates, which is one of the first steps taken by people who need movement all over the world today, provides group and one-on-one lessons to people under the name of mat and reformer classes.

In the process of all these studies, pilates aims to gain and maintain one’s physical fitness skills, postural alignment, bodily awareness, psychological comfort, social needs and life health. One of the most beautiful features of Pilates is that it actively works many muscle groups at the same time, uses all planes and angles, and offers even difficult and skillful movements, suitable for all ages and all levels, thanks to its instructive feature.

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Pilates, which is a growing service area in the world, had a market size of 12.82 billion dollars in 2020 only in the USA, and it did this by doubling its value in just 10 years. The market size of Pilates and yoga studios worldwide was $87,926 million in 2017 and is expected to grow at a rate of 11.7% from 2018 to 2025, reaching a value of $215,811 million by 2025.

When searched today, more than 250 million results about pilates content are found on Google, and these results are an indication that pilates is a service that has not lost its popularity since the early 1900s and is not a trend. So much so that 67% of the participation in pilates started in 2002 and pilates, which had 1.7 million participants in 2000, reached 10.5 million participants in 2004, and in 2006 it grew by 613.3% in only 6 years. Pilates, which has been growing regularly until 2021, has opened digital classes with the Covid-19 process and started to offer one-to-one and group lesson sessions with online meetings.

Course Content

Practice and Theory

88 Hours of Formal Training

200 Hours of Reading/Research

Pilates Instructor Certificate

Program Content

  • CHAPTER 1: PSYCHO-SOCIAL ASPECTS OF PARTICIPATION IN PILATES SESSIONS

    Although it is only done for body image, pilates touches people more holistically. The first condition for a person to make himself/herself safer, more valuable and effective is sociality. During Pilates sessions, individuals’ socialization, biological gains, and psychological comfort in such environments ensure the completion of the three dimensions of health. This section describes how this dimension of pilates can be achieved.

  • CHAPTER 2: HISTORY, PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATION OF PILATES

    The origin of pilates, which has become very popular in the last 5 years, actually goes back to the beginning of the 20th century. Today, pilates, which is used for body tightening, posture, weight loss and relaxation, initially emerged for medical purposes and general health, and the principles and exercises it offers create a protective and preventive effect as well. In this section, he presents the history of pilates, its principles and how they should be practiced.

  • CHAPTER 3: FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

    It is not possible to intervene in the human body without knowing it. It is important to know which parts of the body are affected by the exercises and how the body responds to all these. The body has many systems and pilates is a program that enables all these systems to work actively. This section explains the anatomy and physiological mechanisms behind pilates. It is not possible to intervene in the human body without knowing it. It is important to know which parts of the body are affected by the exercises and how the body responds to all these. The body has many systems and pilates is a program that enables all these systems to work actively. This section explains the anatomy and physiological mechanisms behind pilates.

  • CHAPTER 4: CUSTOMER REGISTRATION AND REVIEWS

    “You don’t evaluate what you can’t measure.” Customers must be evaluated and analyzed accurately and effectively in order to provide and maintain an effective work planning, and to provide an individual service by identifying right and wrong while doing all these.
    This section provides information about the initial meeting with customers and what to do next.

  • CHAPTER 5: PROGRAMMING, DELIVERY AND CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP

    Customer experience is important for quality and continuous service. The effective presentation of the program in good programming and creating an atmosphere based on trust and loyalty by having a healthy relationship with the customers and the progress of all these by keeping a record will provide customer satisfaction. In this section, along with the information to be obtained, the preparation of the program and how it will be presented effectively will be given.

Conditions of Participation

  • To be at least 18 years old
  • To be at least a high school graduate
  • To have EQF L3 Fitness Instructor certification

Services Included in Course

  • 1 piece of Course Book and Booklet
  • More than one Free Participation in the Final Exam
  • Access to HD Recordings of Classes
  • Pilates Instructor Certificate
  • Free Participation in 1 Development Seminar

  • 1 Year Re-participation in Pilates Instructor Courses