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Contrology Mentorship 

"Classical Pilates" is more than a stagnant list of exercises memorialized in black and white photos from a century ago. Rather, Joe Pilates' Contrology system is a brilliant, living, fluid way of problem solving. Restore the "zest and pleasure" of your teaching and your own practice and learn how to think in this focused journey designed for experienced teachers. 

200 Hours over 6 Months 

  • Observation | 25 Hours (10 hours available through Pilatesology) 

  • Independent Workouts | 64.5 Hours ​

  • Guided Workouts23 Hours

    • 3 Private Lessons

    • 5 Voltage Classes

    • 10 Advanced Apparatus Classes

    • 5 Mat Classes

  • Seminars ​| 16 Hours

  • Workshops | 9 Hours

  • Practice Teaching | 60 Hours

  • Assessment | 2.5 Hours 


$330 per month 

charged the 1st

of each month

This is a physically demanding, experiential-based program designed to get Contrology into your body and mind. As Jay Grimes says, we don't really "teach" Pilates; rather, we are guides to help others discover. We cannot guide others to places we haven't been. 

While the seminars and workshops have specific schedules, the other components are self-scheduled and will require focus and consistency to successfully build the strength and skills over 6 months required to participate in the final workshop.


Saturday,  July 17 & Sunday, July 18

3:00pm - 6:00pm EST

Foundations of the Reformer and Mat 


Saturday,  August 14 & Sunday, August 15

3:00pm - 6:00pm EST

Athletic Reformer and Mat 

Saturday, September 4

3:00pm - 5:30pm EST

Adventures in the Auxiliary

Saturday, September 18

3:00pm - 5:00pm EST

The House that Joe Built: Developing a Workout and Advancing Your Clients

Saturday, October 16

3:00pm - 5:00pm EST

Topic TBD

Saturday, December 4

3:00pm - 5:30pm EST

The Hard Shit: Where the Pilates System Can Take You

What This Isn't 

  • A comprehensive review of every exercise on every apparatus

  • A pissing contest 

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What We Will Be Doing Instead

  • Learning a common language 

  • Developing a framework in which to make sense of exercises, including the ones we know and the ones we have yet to meet

  • Considering how the history of the Pilates industry shapes what we have been taught today 

  • Applying our intuition and creativity in meaningful rather than gratuitous ways 

  • Fine-tuning the efficacy of our teaching 

  • Getting ripped 

Hybrid Access


All aspects of this program are available either in-studio at Voltage or online via Zoom. Online participants are required to work on classically-styled apparatus as the equipment drastically changes the feel of the exercises. 

This program is invitation-only, so please email Lindsey directly to register. 

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