In the world of Pilates, exceptional teachers make all the difference. The Pilates Center, a renowned institution dedicated to the art of Pilates, boasts an impressive team of teachers. Today, we shine a spotlight on two of their leading teachers, Kaile Larson Ziemba and Kelli Burkhalter Hutchins. Their backgrounds, dedication, and unique teaching styles make them stand out as pillars of the Pilates community.
Amy Taylor Alpers is no stranger to traveling far and wide to teach both foundational and graduate-level Pilates teacher education to studios and students worldwide!
Earlier this year, Amy traveled to Bengaluru, India to teach an introductory workshop to the world of classical Pilates. During this inspiring trip, Amy shared that Pilates is for everybody, and she “hoped to establish a foundation for the original Pilates form and get a bunch of teachers trained.” Learn more about her experience teaching in India here.
The Pilates Center Annual Conference is the highlight of this month’s events that includes a celebration for Rachel Taylor Segel, as we reflect on her successful career ahead of her official retirement. Our conference in Boulder begins with a welcome event on Friday, September 15. 16 CEC hours are available for a total of $850.00. Click here to sign-up and see our schedule.
Revitalize your teaching and rediscover what inspires you at The Pilates Center’s Annual Conference this September in Boulder.
Join us for 16 CEC hours and a special celebration for Rachel Taylor Segel as she retires after 33 years of Pilates teaching. Cost is just $850.00 for the whole weekend.
For over thirty years, The Pilates Center has been diving deep and exploring the concept of finding inspiration in teaching Pilates. We’re lucky to be in good company since most of our teachers have been teaching Pilates for anywhere between twenty to thirty years themselves.
Staying true to the classical method, we don’t change or create anything new,
We love getting the opportunity to hear from our TPC graduates no matter what program they’re taking, as we have different teacher training programs they can choose from.
Our Master’s Program is a flexible and individually tailored program for Pilates instructors who want to continue their professional development as well as dive deeper in advancing their skills and evolving their teaching practices.
If you’re looking to elevate your teaching and cultivate your expertise, then our Post Graduate Studies Program is perfect for you! This mentorship-style program will teach you how to become a recognized authority and acquire true command of a topic of your choosing. By the end of the program, you’ll have a publishable article or powerful workshop to teach.
The next Post Graduate Studies Program will launch September 13-17,
Our Formal Lecture Series is happening in two parts from June 16-18 and from June 23-25. This is a great opportunity for you to explore the entire classical Pilates method.
This lecture series is specifically designed for students and teachers of the Pilates method who are looking to expand or refine their knowledge of the complete system so that they can discover the full scope and power of the method.
At The Pilates Center, we want to empower people to transform their health through Pilates.
And we love hearing from our TPC graduates about how they’re continuing their Pilates journeys and carrying out this work in their communities.
Today, we want to highlight three graduates and Host Advisors for TPC, who are sharing their love for Pilates with their communities in Missouri and Arizona.
Take a deep dive into the Pilates mat work! May 19-21, Amy Taylor Alpers will be conducting an in-depth Pilates Mat Workshop at The Contrology Center & Pilates Studio in Germantown, Wisconsin. Whether you are new to teaching or have been teaching for years, this workshop will enhance your understanding of the Pilates mat exercises. The workshop is available in person and online via Zoom.