Pilates Certification Course - Plymouth, Michigan

@Core Sport, taught by Anula Maiberg


Course Dates

Foundations: Sept 7 & 8
Mat I: Oct 25 - 27
Mat II: Jan 24 - 26
Reformer I: Feb 28 - Mar 1
Apparatus I: Mar 27 - 29
Reformer II: April 24 - 26
Apparatus II: May 29 - 31
Apparatus III: June 26 - 28
Reformer III: July 24 - 26

practicum: fall 

early REGISTration*, closes July 1st, 2019

Comprehensive Course - Early Bird Registration, Plymouth MI Payment Plan
656.00 every month for 9 months 750.00 every month for 9 months

*Early registration includes 3 months of free classes at your host studio.

Mat Certification Only

We’ve encapsulated our signature module, Foundations, and Mat I and Mat II modules into a stand-alone three-module only course. Students will participate in the first three modules of the full course, 50 face-to-face workshop hours and 200 study hours. Students will be ready to teach Mat Pilates to individuals, small groups and in group class settings upon completion of their coursework, hours and practicum.

Mat Certification, Plymouth MI Early Registration Payment Plan
600.00 every month for 3 months 750.00 every month for 3 months

Required: 200 hours of combined observation, student teaching and practice. Anatomy & Physiology 1 & 2 at a college level or equivalent. We have a course that meets this requirement - see our registration page for information on The Lab | Anatomy. You may begin your hours as soon as you register.


  • Classical Pilates Repetoire

  • Variations & Movement Science

  • Three modules

    • Foundations

    • Mat I and Mat II

    • 50 workshop hours

  • Spiral bound manuals

  • Study groups

  • Observation hours (67)

  • Student teaching hours (67)

  • Personal Pilates practice hours (67)

  • Ethics and professionalism

  • Digital community

  • Audit any module, any time

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Pre-requisites  Include a working knowledge of anatomy, a minimum of 75 personal Pilates practice hours, an understanding of Joseph Pilates and a passion to learn the full Pilates program.  

Reading list Return to Life and Your Health by Joseph Pilates are required.  Titles written by Blandine Calais-Germain, especially Anatomy of Movement.  The Anatomy Trail Guide is a valuable anatomy text and can assist a beginner teacher in recognizing and recruiting particular muscles and muscle groups.  The Pilates Method Alliance study guide is helpful as you get closer to taking your PMA CPT exam.  

Anatomy   If students have not completed Anatomy and Physiology I & II at a college level or the equivalent, completion of this education is required.  We have our own Anatomy course that will fulfill this requirement.

Practicum  Each student takes a practical exam upon completing their modules, hours and anatomy requirements. Exams are three hours long, include two long form essays and two hours of teaching.

PMA CPT  Our program more than qualifies our graduates to take the Pilates Method Alliance exam should they choose to.