Education & Certification
Hosted in Madrid, Spain

Rehabilitation Program

course RMR1

Spinal, Pelvic & Scapular Stabilization:
Matwork & Reformer

24 hours

winter 2012 | Feb 18-19, Mar 24-25 | Sat-Sun 10am-5pm

course RMR2

Peripheral Joint Stabilization:
Matwork & Reformer

24 hours

spring 2012 | Apr 21-22, May 12-13 | Sat-Sun 10am-5pm

Upcoming Training Courses

course IMP

Intensive Mat-Plus

level 1, 40 hours

winter 2012 | Feb 3-5, 17-19, 25-26
Fri 3pm-8:30pm | Sat-Sun 9am-2:30pm

course IR

Intensive Reformer

level 1, 50 hours

spring 2012 | Mar 9-11, 16-18, 24-25, Apr 14-15
Fri 3pm-8:30pm | Sat-Sun 9am-2:30pm

A written & practical exam is required for certification
exam may be taken within six months of completing course(s)

Space is limited! To register or for costs and additional information regarding these courses, contact Angela Rio at +34 655 375379 or email:

European University of Madrid
C/ Tajo s/n. Villaviciosa de Odon
Madrid, Spain

contact: Angela Rio
phone: +34 655 375379

Presented By:
Akro Studio

The intensive courses above are recommended for certified fitness instructors, personal trainers, and other fitness & health professionals who want to expand their knowledge and enhance their business. Applicants must have, at least three years experience teaching fitness, dance or movement, familiarity with the works of Joseph Pilates, formal anatomy training and a working knowledge of muscle origins, insertions and functions, in order to attend the course.

For a list of required (and optional) course materials click here

You are not obliged to write (and pay for) two exams if you are planning to take both courses. You may choose to wait until completion of the second course to write your exam (a combined Matwork and Reformer exam). If you prefer to pause between courses, you may choose to take an exam to become certified in Matwork only, and another exam (a combined Matwork and Reformer exam) after completing the second course to become certified in Reformer work. In this case two exam fees would apply.