Workshops & Teacher Training


XTP Pilates Teacher Training is a carefully designed program to bring you both Classical and Contemporary exercises on our exclusive reformers.

Join us for our 500-hour XTP training program.

Master Class with Thalia
Saturday, August 12th

Master Class: Pilates History and Theory
Date: 8/12/2023:12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Prerequisite : must have completed a minimum of 10 XTP full body classes or privates

During this 90 minute session you will be introduced to the 6 fundamental principles of the original teaching of Joseph Pilates who invented “ Contrology” otherwise known today as Pilates .
Master teacher,Thalia Thomas, will share her 34 years of experience and knowledge to better prepare you to succeed at reaching your mind and body goals.

Let's do this XTP!

Master Class with Thalia

Saturday, August 12th

Master Class:  Pilates is Thy Medicine
Date: 8/12/2023
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Prerequisite: All levels

Whether you are returning to exercise from an injury, are currently facing physical limitations and pain or want to protect your body from injury, this master class is for you.
You will learn how modify Pilates exercises to protect your body, skills on how to detect exercises that are not appropriate for you, and safe practical tips you can implement to thrive in a group class setting .
Areas of concern that we will address are knee, hip, neck, shoulders and lower back. Along with vital preventative information to protect your body from further complications.

Investment $55 per/master class

500hr Teacher Training

XTP Pilates Teacher Training program is composed of 4 main components:

500hr Teacher Training

In-studio Lecture- Over the course of 6 weekends, we will learn Anatomy, History of Pilates/Scope of Practice (as required by the PMA®), and a breakdown of every exercise according to choreography, muscle focus, and contraindications. We will also spend time studying sequencing, and learning how to put together programming for private sessions, duets, and group classes.

Observation Hours

80 hours of observation can be completed in person or online. Watching experienced teachers teaching classes/clients is one of the best ways to absorb information. Take notes as you observe. Pay attention to how the teacher structures the session, how they cue, which props they use.

Self-Practice Hours

These 100 hours can be practiced at home and in-studio.  You can practice while following along with your manual or by taking a class/session. The idea behind these hours of self-practice hours is that by practicing the movement over and over again, the exercises become familiar and embodied. When there is a comfort with the movement, teaching feels like an act of sharing something that’s known from within — as opposed to repeating a set of memorized instructions.

Practice Teaching Hours

Once the training begins, we encourage you to begin teaching as soon as you can. Teach anyone you can get your hands on — friends, significant others, family, etc. The more body types you see moving the better.
We strongly recommend that you work with at least one client for 10 or more sessions, so that you have the opportunity to witness growth within the client (and yourself).

The observation, self-practice, and practice teaching hours can be completed at XTP if scheduled in advance. Upon completion of your hours, you will schedule a date to take your exams. Upon passing both a written and practical exam you will be a Certified Pilates Teacher.

*Please note that participation in XTP Teacher Training does not guarantee employment at XTP.  

The training is comprised of 3 modules:

Module 1: Mat

Weekend 1 + 2

January 19-21
February 2-4

The first two weekends we will explore the Classical Mat repertoire from a Contemporary perspective infused with an awareness of somatics & embodiment. We will also cover Anatomy and History of Pilates/Scope of Practice . This module is open to committed practitioners as well as current instructors wanting to review or delve deeper into the Mat work.
(as required by the PMA)

Module 2: Reformer

Weekend 3 + 4

February 16-18
March 1-3

The second two weekends we will explore the Reformer and will include both Classical and Contemporary repertoire.

Module 3: Additional Equipment

Weekend 5 + 6

March 22-24
April 5-7

The final two weekends we will delve deeper into group class sequencing on the reformer and hands on adjustments in private and group class setting.


Weekend 1 + 2

January 19-21

February 2-4

Weekend 3 + 4

February 16-18

March 1-3

Weekend 5 + 6

March 22-24

April 5-7

All the details:


Fridays 2-430pm or 7-9:30pm

Saturdays & Sundays, 12:15pm to 7:30pm

*Weekends 1 - 4 meet Friday through Sunday, Weekends 5 - 6 meet only Saturday and Sunday


$6,000 early enrollment

$6,400 after November 30th, 2023

What's Included?

All manuals, worksheets/handouts, and exam fees

Mentorship for general questions, advice on next steps, making contacts with other studios to help find work, etc.

*Payment plans are available at no extra cost. Contact us directly to set one up.

* Free Info Session Friday, September 29th at 1:00pm
Meet Janine and chat all about the training — the training’s structure, required/component parts, expectations, and more. There will also be plenty of time for questions.

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To register for the training, please email Generally, we recommend a minimum of 2 years of experience practicing Pilates. We’re happy to make an exception if it feels like a good fit. Please email us to set up a teacher training consultation.  


Submit a $1,000 non-refundable deposit to save your spot. Full payment is due 2 weeks before the training begins. Payment is accepted via Zelle or credit card for an additional 4.4% processing fee. Please email us directly if you wish to set up a payment plan.

*Please note that 50% of the price is non-refundable in the event of cancellation. In the event of an absence, make-up hours can be completed by booking an additional private session(s) for $150 per hour

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