The course

How to Become a Pilates Instructor

So you want to be a Pilates Instructor? This free course will arm you with the tools to find the right program for your needs and goals. This course will cover, What is a Pilates Instructor, How to become a Pilates Instructor, and Questions to ask potential Pilates programs.

The description

So, you want to become a Pilates Instructor? That’s amazing! I still remember the day I made the decision to sign up for a program. I was elated and NERVOUS! I mean what was I getting myself into? What would I do after? Where would I teach? How much could I make? Was this a hobby or my new career? Actually, the list of questions that buzzed through my head after I charged my credit card for the training was longer than the list of questions I had heading off to college.

Which is why we are here. To help you weigh out all the options, think of as many scenarios and make a well-informed decision. First, do you want to become a Pilates Instructor? Second, how to make the most informed decision on which program to pick.

What this course is not: I will not be promoting any one particular program. I will not be pushing you to become a Classical or Contemporary instructor. I only want to prepare you to make the best-informed decision for your Teaching future that I can.

When I wrote my book, “Profitable Pilates: Everything but the Exercises,” I was motivated by my experience interviewing new teachers and experienced teachers that I could not hire due to the lack of training they had gone through. Pilates equipment they were not trained on, exercises concepts were not taught, no business skills, and sadly many were not even aware of these gaps in their training. I want you to be able to weigh out all of the options. Really know what it is you are about to embark on. In my book, I spend a chapter on picking a program and what it is like as an Apprentice. This course will cover:

• What is a Pilates Instructor?
• How to become a Pilates Instructor?
• Questions to ask potential Pilates programs

xx~LL

So, you want to become a Pilates Instructor? That’s amazing! I still remember the day I made the decision to sign up for a program. I was elated and NERVOUS! I mean what was I getting myself into? What would I do after? Where would I teach? How much could I make? Was this a hobby or my new career? Actually, the list of questions that buzzed through my head after I charged my credit card for the training was longer than the list of questions I had heading off to college.

Which is why we are here. To help you weigh out all the options, think of as many scenarios and make a well-informed decision. First, do you want to become a Pilates Instructor? Second, how to make the most informed decision on which program to pick.

What this course is not: I will not be promoting any one particular program. I will not be pushing you to become a Classical or Contemporary instructor. I only want to prepare you to make the best-informed decision for your Teaching future that I can.

When I wrote my book, “Profitable Pilates: Everything but the Exercises,” I was motivated by my experience interviewing new teachers and experienced teachers that I could not hire due to the lack of training they had gone through. Pilates equipment they were not trained on, exercises concepts were not taught, no business skills, and sadly many were not even aware of these gaps in their training. I want you to be able to weigh out all of the options. Really know what it is you are about to embark on. In my book, I spend a chapter on picking a program and what it is like as an Apprentice. This course will cover:

• What is a Pilates Instructor?
• How to become a Pilates Instructor?
• Questions to ask potential Pilates programs

xx~LL

The structure

How to Become a Pilates Instructor

How to Become a Pilates Instructor

  1. Find the Right Program for Your Needs and Goals

Lesley Logan

Lesley Logan fell in love with Pilates after her first 100! From side-hustle to full time, she jumped from teacher to manager to running multiple studios. She wrote a book that focused on the business of Pilates, which grew into ProfitablePilates.com and is now a business coaching program called Agency. Take class from LL at OnlinePilatesClasses.com and listen to her podcast at LesleyLogan.co/podcast. When not in Los Angeles she travels, leading workshops and retreats around the world.

FAQs

Who teaches the courses?

Our courses are taught by subject matter experts who have dedicated their careers to their craft or expertise. Instructors are carefully vetted so you can feel confident in the content.

Can I contact the course instructor?

Yes! You can contact the instructors on their social media accounts or you can reach out to the Profitable Pilates support and they will contact the instructor on your behalf.

Can I download the course videos to watch later?

No. Courses can only be viewed online by streaming the videos. Although you may be able to download some supplemental course material for certain courses (workbooks, etc.)

How do I access the courses I've enrolled in?

You can find all the courses you’ve enrolled in by going to your Library and clicking on your Purchased Courses tab.

How long do I have access to this course?

You will have access to the courses you have purchased for as long as they are on the website! Don’t worry, it is an incredibly rare occasion that any of them would be taken down. Also, if our instructor is going to stop selling the course on ProfitablePilates.com we have arranged for you to still have access to it here (it would just mean that nobody new could purchase it.)

What is the difference between a Course and a Webinar?

Courses are a one-time purchase. You have forever access to the courses you purchase. Courses can be purchased by anyone.

Webinars are only available to Agency members and have a timed replay. 

It is a recurring membership, meaning it will automatically bill you each cycle, so you don’t have to worry about putting in your credit card details again.

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