Movement Designed to Feel Good is an official Peak Pilates® Education Center. We proudly offer the industry’s best comprehensive Classical/Authentic Pilates education programming and certification, taught by studio owner & master instructor Charlotte Rosen. Are you ready to take your Pilates practice to the next level while helping others get healthy?
Whether you are a passionate pilates student looking to deepen your own practice, a fitness instructor looking for additional income and exploration, or you are just ready for a new chapter in life that allows you to focus and prioritize your own wellness while learning new skills
We welcome you here!
The Peak Pilates® Comprehensive Certification is a three-level modular program that is designed to deliver the highest quality authentic Pilates education. It is the foundational level of Pilates professional education which covers the mat, reformer, tower, chairs, barrels and auxiliary equipment. The Comprehensive Certification is a classical Pilates education program distinguished by an emphasis on Pilates as an integrated movement system as Joseph Pilates intended. Our three-level modular pathway to the Peak Pilates® Comprehensive Certification allows you to progress at your own pace. Each level is comprised of specific modules, generally scheduled for Fridays and Saturdays from 9am-6pm.
Course Overview: Knowledge of basic human anatomy and kinesiology, 20 hours of Pilates training and current CPR/AED and First Aid certifications recommended.
The Foundation (20 hours) introduces students to the Pilates principles, fundamentals and the “Powerhouse”, and the Peak Pilates® 5-Part Formula. Lessons focus on introductory mat work and building blocks.
Introduction to the Apparatus (20 hours) Students progress to lessons on the reformer, small barrel and high ladder barrel, and learn about transitions, cueing and touch techniques.
Beginner/Intermediate Level Apparatus (20 hours) Module 3 adds Pilates low chair exercises, intermediate level reformer and ladder barrel exercises. More advanced teaching concepts include identifying common errors and proper body alignment, and structuring a Pilates session.
Teaching, Technique and Assessments (20 hours) Students complete the remaining high ladder barrel exercises, practice teach, and review all exercises. Assessments are completed on the final day. A Peak Pilates® Level I Certification is awarded to instructors who pass all Level I assessments and complete 120 logged hours.
Course Overview: Successful completion of Level I requirements, 100 logged hours and current CPR/AED and First Aid certifications recommended.
Intermediate Level Mat, Reformer, Cadillac (20 hours) Students learn additional intermediate level exercises, refine transitions, and how to monitor static and transitional body alignment.
Intermediate Chair and Barrels (20 hours) Module 2 continues progressing through intermediate Pilates exercises and builds upon the skills learned in Level I.
Level II Comprehensive Assessment includes a Full Session Technique Assessment, Group Tower Teaching Assessment and Exercise Technique Assessment. A Peak Pilates® Level II Certification is awarded to instructors who pass all of these Level II assessments and complete 60 logged hours.
Course Overview: Successful completion of Levels I and II requirements and current CPR/AED and First Aid certifications recommended.
Advanced Level Mat, Reformer, Cadillac (20 hours) This module completes the lessons on advanced level mat, reformer and cadillac exercises, teaching transitions and techniques.
Advanced Level Chair, Barrels, Auxiliary Equipment (20 hours) This module completes advanced level exercises with auxiliary equipment and jump board. Students also review case studies, which illustrate the application and value of a classical Pilates program.
Final Comprehensive Assessment (6 hours) This one-day assessment comprises the final Comprehensive Certification assessments including written and practical assessments. A Peak Pilates® Full Comprehensive Certification is awarded to instructors who pass all Level III assessments and complete 60 logged hours.