||Pilates Teacher Training School
Educating Future Pilates Teachers Since 2002
Our mission is to train future Pilates teachers who will strive to preserve the timeless teachings of Joseph and Clara Pilates. In that spirit, we teach classical Pilates repertoire. We maintain the original order of the exercises, emphasize transitions and highlight the importance of precise instructions.
Be the best you can be and take charge of the quality of your Pilates education.
Choose a comprehensive training program that will challenge you physically and stimulate you intellectually.
Your knowledge or your ignorance will impact your future clients well-being.
Be a positive influence; make a positive difference in the world.
Knowledge and experience cannot be bought, cannot be rushed. It can only be attained by diligent study.
Being a Pilates teacher is one of the most rewarding professions in the field of physical fitness.
To become a successful teacher and gain recognition for your expertise, you must first study the Pilates method in depth and allow yourself time to practice performing the exercises as well as practice teaching them.
The only path to becoming an esteemed Pilates teacher is to understand the nuances of this ingenious method that has the power to improve physical and mental well-being.
At Harmonious Pilates we strive to create a nurturing environment that fosters the development of future teachers and facilitates their growth as deeply knowledgeable professionals.
Our Program Director, Joanna Telacka has been teaching Pilates since 1999 and educating teachers since 2002.
Joanna received her 900 hours Comprehensive Teacher Training diploma and her Master Program diploma from the Pilates Center in Boulder, Colorado. Her teachers, Amy Taylor Alpers and Rachel Taylor Segel trained under Romana Kryzanowska, Joseph's Pilates protege and inheritor of his studio in New York CIty. Honoring Romana's lineage, Amy and Rachel pass on the legacy and tradition of the original, classical method of Pilates to their students.
Ms. Telacka is also PMA Nationally Certified Teacher.
Her dedication to preserving the purity of the method and maintaining high educational standards, has been guiding her efforts in training successful Pilates teachers.
How to choose a training program and why it matters.
The reality of being a Pilates teacher:
Visit Our Blog