Pilates Educators Group
The Pilates Educators Group (PEG) is composed of volunteer school owners and program directors who are passionate about the development of the educational sector within the Pilates industry. Participants work to unite Pilates educators as an “industry within an industry,” understanding that educators are the only group in a given industry that can effect significant change in the development of the field. To this end, the PEG is charged with the organization of Pilates Educators Summits where teachers gather to deliberate issues specific to Pilates education. These gatherings have fostered a professional maturity that has led to the development of the Pilates School Approval Program (PSAP) and the exploration of US norms regarding vocational school licensing and accreditation.


What does the PEG do?
  • Evaluate the current status of the Pilates educational landscape
  • Unite educators as an “industry within an industry,” with the understanding that educators are the only group that can effect significant change in the development of the field
  • Help plan the content of the Pilates Educators Summit
  • Develop and promote the value of PSAP approval, vocational school licensing, and school accreditation


How can I volunteer to be on the PEG?
Step 1
Review and understand what the Pilates Education Group is and what its members work on

Step 2
Make sure you meet the requirements to volunteer on the PEG:
  • You are a current member of the PMA
  • You hold a key administrative position in a US-based Pilates school that offers a minimum 450-hour comprehensive Pilates teacher training program. Members must be US residents
  • Priority 1. You have written a self-study report for PSAP approval, has achieved approval, and completed requisite documentation and achieved state licensing
  • Priority 2. You have written a self-study report for PSAP approval and achieved approval
  • Priority 3. You are in the process of writing a self-study report for PSAP and have completed requisite documentation and achieved state licensing
  • Priority 4. You are in the process of writing a self-study report for PSAP
  • Priority 5. You have completed documentation and achieved state licensing

Step 3
Make sure you are able to take on the responsibilities of the PEG:
  • Attend in-person Pilates Educators Summit meetings
  • Attend in-person Pilates Educators Summit update sessions at PMA conference
  • Participate in monthly teleconferences
  • Develop and present workshops related to PSAP at the PMA conference
  • Participate in any research necessary in the development and promotion of PSAP; and
  • Promote the purpose of the PSAP

Step 4
Send your resume and cover letter to info@pilatesmethodalliance.org

Step 5
Wait until an interview is scheduled for you


Pilates Educators Group Standing Rules