Have you thought about earning a comprehensive Pilates certification? Interested in earning a certification in a thriving and supportive environment with some of the best instructors in the Bay Area at no cost AND while getting paid?
Pilates V is seeking current fitness industry instructors and professionals (i.e group class instruction experience such as Barre, TRX, cycling, yoga, dance, or other areas) that have a desire to add Pilates instruction to their repertoire.
Our unique work-study program allows you to earn a full comprehensive Pilates certificate (and get paid in the process!), opening up opportunities in one of the highest in demand fields in fitness today!
Applicants must be able to complete up to 12-weeks of structured study time (10-15 hours per week) including lectures, observation, taking classes, and assignments prior to teaching paid live classes
Applicants must be demonstrated self-starters, passionate about movement and helping people, and comfortable speaking in front of groups
Applicants will commit to a regular work schedule (where they will be paid for teaching live classes in a studio) that will begin at the end of the 12-week training period, at a minimum of 10-hour per week in a Pilates V studio location (Campbell CA, San Mateo CA, Sunnyvale CA, Palo Alto CA, or San Jose CA)
Our program is a full 500-hour Pilates comprehensive program covering all Pilates apparatus and mat; upon completion of the 500 hours of requirements, candidates will only then begin an 18-month work-study commitment and receive their certificate at the end of the 18-month commitment.
Due to overwhelming demand, we are not able to accept all applicants to our program. We evaluate all candidates individually for overall program/studio fit, availability to complete the program and teach hours in the studio, as well as on current teaching skill levels outside of Pilates.
To learn more about this program and to apply, please visit our website:
Pilates V is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.