Interested in becoming a

Pilates for Dressage®

Certified Assistant or Associate Instructor?

 

Checklist:

 

  • I am a certified Pilates instructor.

  • I have a riding clientele.

  • I ride dressage.

  • I ride in another equestrian discipline.

  • I am passionate about helping riders ride better.

  • I am willing to learn how.

 
Certified Pilates Instructor?


If you are certified by Romana’s Pilates, welcome aboard! You have the background needed to enter this program and be successful. Romana, Sari Mejia Santo and Daria Pace have approved this program. While teaching you how to teach riders more specifically, this course will improve how you teach all of your clients.  You do not need to ride to become a Certified Pilates for Dressage® Assistant Instructor.
 

If you are not a Romana's Pilates Certified instructor, contact Janice. Depending on what certification you hold, you will need to assess into the program. After assessing, you may be required to study with Janice before entering the Pilates for Dressage® Certification Program.

 

 

Pilates for Dressage®  

Certification Program

 

Due to the overwhelming popularity of Janice's work, Janice has realized that she needs to train others to help more riders. Once approved into the program, you will attend a 10-day intensive course. This course is divided into five days of theory, workouts and lectures. Then, five days are spent working with riders and practicing the concepts of using Pilates for Dressage® vocabulary to teach riders. Certification is on an annual basis and requires Continuing Education.

 

There are three levels of certification in the Pilates for Dressage®:

Pilates for Dressage® Certified Assistant Instructor

Pilates for Dressage® Certified Associate Instructor

Pilates for Dressage* Certified Instructor

 

Advancement in the Pilates for Dressage® Program is dependent on years of study, fulfilling CE requirements and riding ability.
 

Pilates for Dressage®

     We teach you how to ride better.