power pilates teacher training at p10


Core mat I

The Core Mat I program is the foundation of the Power Pilates method. Learn to teach the 18 beginner level mat exercises and be introduced to Power Pilates teaching tools, philosophy, and teaching formula. Every student new to Power Pilates must start with Core Mat I.

November 1 - 3, 2019


January 31 - February 2, 2020

core mat II

During the Core Mat II weekend, you will learn 12 intermediate level exercises, including where to add them within the sequence of the beginner level mat class, and continue to work on your teaching skills. Core Mat II weekend expands the range of clients you can work with and strengthens your teaching ability.

Prerequisite: Core Mat I

January 10 - 12, 2020

apparatus I

This program teaches the beginner system exercises on the Mat, Reformer, High Chair, Cadillac, and Wall utilizing the beginner system teaching formula. Students will be required to demonstrate an understanding of all safety precautions and memorize skeletal and muscle system as it relates to Pilates.

Prerequisite: Core Mat I, basic anatomy understanding

Recommended: Have taken at least 25 Pilates sessions 

February 28 - March 2, 2020


The Comprehensive training is our most extensive program and covers beginner, intermediate and advanced level exercises utilizing the Pilates apparatus - Mat, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, Barrels, Ped-o-Pull and Magic Circle - as well as understanding how to work with Special Case clients. You will sharpen your eye for subtle exercise modifications and master the ability to work with people of all ages and fitness levels at the same time.

Prerequisite: Core Mat I & Core Mat II, basic anatomy understanding

Recommended: Have taken at least 25 Pilates sessions

Weekend #1 February 28-March 1, 2020
Weekend #2 April 3-5, 2020
Weekend #3 April 24-26, 2020
Weekend #4 May 29-31, 2020


Contact Pilates on 10th (206) 709-4030 or info@pilateson10th.com for questions.


meet your instructor

Anne Marie Schultz has been teaching Pilates since 2005, as well as the Gyrotonic method since 2009 and is the owner/director/senior instructor at Center Works Pilates and Wellness Studio on Orcas Island, WA. A multisport athlete all her life, particularly enjoying volleyball, swimming, biking, and hiking; Anne Marie was delighted to find an intelligent way to work out, and had been stronger and more flexible ever since. She has also been tickled to be able to use the anatomy and physiology she learned while earning her BS (Anthropology, Minor Biology, Phi Beta Kappa) from the University of Oregon in her everyday life.

Anne Marie received her Pilates mat certification in 2005 and subsequently completed her Comprehensive Certification in 2007, both through the internationally recognized school of Pilates, Power Pilates of NYC. In 2013 she was honored to become one of Power Pilates teacher trainers, and since 2015 has been a member of their Curriculum committee. She is also nationally certified through the Pilates Method alliance (PMA).

In addition to studying with Susan Moran and Bob Liekens of Power Pilates, Anne Marie has had the opportunity to study with and learn from first generation Pilates teachers Lolita San Miguel, Mary Bowen, and Ron Fletcher; as well as Amy Alpers of the Pilates Center of Boulder, and rehabilitative Pilates specialists Brett Anderson, Sheri Betz, and Karen Klippenger. In her Gyrotonic journey she has blessed to have been able to work with Kathy Van Patten, Mia Munroe, Sebastian Plattenburg, and Uwe Herbisreit. In 2012 she became a certified Health Coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in NYC.

Anne Marie finds herself continually inspired by watching the way these two movement systems change the body, invigorate the mind, and stir the spirit; and she truly believes that changing the body can change lives, and likewise change the world. She is grateful for all she learns from her clients and apprentices, and strives to support them in any way she can.