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How long does it take to become a Pilates instructor?

 

 

There are a number of different course delivery options that will determine how long it may take you to become a Pilates Instructor. How long it takes is also dependant on what sort of Pilates you are interested in teaching.  

 

A Pilates course may take anywhere between a few weeks to up to a year to complete. Observational and practical teaching hours are usually also a requirement, and these are self-directed. 

 

Unite Health offers a number of supportive course structure options.

 

 

APPI Pilates Instructor Certification - no health background

The APPI Pilates Instructor Certification is offered via two formats: intensive and weekend modules. The intensive course runs for 3 weeks whilst the weekend modules run across 3 to 6 months. You can course the format that best suits your needs. 

 

APPI Clinical Pilates courses - healthcare background required 

APPI Clinical Pilates courses run via intensive and weekend modules. The intensive course runs for 3 weeks (split into the Matwork Certification 6 days and Equipment Certification 8 days) whilst the weekend modules run across 3 to 9 months. You can course the format that best suits your needs. 

 

If you are interested in becoming a Clinical Pilates Instructor and would like more information regarding how long the course may take you to complete, feel free to get in touch with the friendly team to discuss what options may be available to suit your individual needs best. 

 

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