Elevate your career, increase your
marketability and earn CEUs with the Pelacore Training Course
Created by a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist and Professional Fitness Instructor, Pelacore is a powerful core strengthening program that fuses the science of physical therapy with core techniques from Pilates, yoga and barre.
Become part of the fastest-growing segment of the medical fitness industry
As a physical therapist and fitness instructor, I’ve used pelvic core fitness to help thousands of people reduce lower back pain, eliminate incontinence, increase muscular endurance, improve posture and resolve other problems caused by a weak pelvic core.
I created the Pelacore Training Course to teach this transformative core strengthening method to rehab and fitness professionals who want to expand their knowledge about the lumbopelvic anatomy (including the pelvic core and pelvic floor), grow their career opportunities and help their clients feel amazing again. Pelacore is especially beneficial for athletes, women who are pregnant, post-partum or menopausal, people who have had pelvic surgery, men who have had prostate surgery and people with sexual dysfunction.
Pelacore is trusted by trainers, physical therapists, physicians and chiropractors, and it’s accredited by the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
If you want to earn continuing education credits (CEUs) but do not plan to teach Pelacore to clients, then this course is for you.
Get certified to teach Pelacore to others
Step up your game and become a Certified Pelacore Instructor
After you’ve taken and passed the Pelacore Training course, you will be eligible to become a Certified Pelacore Instructor and teach Pelacore to others. If you would like to do so, please complete and submit the application form below. Upon approval, we’ll contact you to submit your teaching video for review and feedback. There is a $50 review fee for us to review your video.
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Upon becoming a Certified Pelacore Instructor, you'll receive:
I love seeing the increased confidence and hope in the women I work with during Pelacore class and private sessions.
Becoming a Certified Instructor has expanded my career, allowing me to reach new clients while doing something I love.
Pelacore is truly a one-of-a-kind course that complements and deepens my existing knowledge to teach pre and postnatal fitness.
Nikki Beaudoin Johnson
Jayne is a fitness veteran who brings great energy to her classes. She has a BS in Nutrition/Dietetics. Jayne is currently working as a CHHC (Certified Holistic Health Counselor) and FDN-P (Functional Diagnostic Nutrition-Practitioner) to help clients discover the missing links in their health journey.
Manhattan Beach, CA
Pelacore Instructor FAQs
What is the Pelacore Training Course?
Growth in demand for pelvic fitness is increasing rapidly, making it one of the fastest-growing segments of the personal fitness industry. The Pelacore Training Course includes the Pelacore Training Guide and a series of instructional videos that provide you with everything you need to be successful, from knowledge and training techniques specific to the lumbopelvic anatomy, to online marketing tools that can help you generate income and successfully grow your business. After you pass the multiple-choice online exam, we’ll send you a personalized Certificate of Completion, which you can submit to the NASM/AFAA for 3 CEUs.
What are the benefits of taking the Pelacore Training Course?
Pelacore is a unique fitness program that can help you attract new clients, grow your income and significantly improve your professional marketability. Many of our physical therapy and wellness center partners hire independent Certified Pelacore Instructors to teach classes or train patients one-on-one at their locations. If you are already an instructor, Pelacore can help you become even better at what you do by providing you with anatomical education and training techniques specific to the lumbopelvic anatomy so that you can better train clients and help them prevent injury.
Remember, the Pelacore Training Course does not allow you to teach Pelacore Classes. To do so, you must submit a demo video for approval in order to become a Certified Pelacore Instructor. Completing the Pelacore Training Course and passing the multiple choice exam does allow you to receive 3 CEUs from NASM/AFAA.
How long is the Pelacore Training Course?
The course consists of online teaching videos, a training guide and a multiple-choice exam. The online course takes about 4 hours to complete. You can go at your own pace.
Will I be I certified to teach Pelacore classes or private sessions after taking the course?
No, first you will need to complete the Pelacore Training course online. To obtain your Pelacore Instructor Certification, you must submit a demo video of you teaching a Pelacore class. We’ll review the video and once it’s approved, we’ll send you a certificate to show that you are a Certified Pelacore Instructor. Only Certified Pelacore Instructors can teach Pelacore classes and private sessions. There is an additional fee of $50 for each demo video review.
Do I need to become a Certified Pelacore Instructor, or can I just take the Pelacore Training Course?
Only Certified Pelacore Instructors can teach Pelacore classes and private sessions. If do not want to teach classes or private sessions, you can still take online Pelacore Training Course and after you pass the multiple choice exam, we’ll send you a Pelacore Certificate of Completion that can be submitted to NASM or AFAA for 3 CEUs.
What exactly is a demo video?
A demo video is a video of you teaching a full length (50 – 60 minute) Pelacore class to at least one participant that you will submit for our review. All videos will be reviewed within seven business days and feedback will be provided via email.
How do I submit my demo video?
You can submit your demo video to us through Dropbox or any other file sharing service. You can also post it as a private video on YouTube or Vimeo, and invite us to view it. We’ll review your demo video, and, upon approval, we’ll certify you to teach Pelacore classes and private sessions to the public. We’ll also send you a new certificate acknowledging that you are a Certified Pelacore Instructor. The $50 review fee will need to be submitted at the same time as the demo video. Please contact us for instructions on how to submit payment.
How long after the Pelacore Training Course do I have to submit my demo video?
After you successfully pass the Pelacore Training Course exam, you have up to three months to submit your demo video. If more than 3 months have passed you will be required to re-enroll in another Pelacore Training Course and take the exam again.
Once I submit my demo video and get my Pelacore Instructor Certification, will I be able to teach Pelacore classes?
Yes, however, we recommend about 30 practice hours before you do, broken down as follows:
10 hours of participation (taking Pelacore classes)
10 hours of observation (watching a class in action and actively taking notes)
10 hours or practice teaching
Is there an additional cost to submit my demo video?
There is a non-refundable review fee of $50 to submit a demo video.
There are no Pelacore Training classes offered in my area. How do I complete my instructor training requirements?
You can Skype or Zoom into a live class that is offered by one of our many Pelacore Instructors. Just contact us and we’ll get you all set up!
Where can Certified Instructors teach Pelacore classes?
After you take the Pelacore Training course, successfully pass the exam, and pass the demo video submission, you can teach at any Approved Pelacore Provider location or offer Pelacore as private, one-on-one sessions to your clients.
Is there a large market for pelvic fitness classes?
Over 31 million people suffer from chronic lower back pain in the U.S. alone
25 million adults suffer from urinary incontinence (75 – 80% are women)
25% of women are affected by Pelvic Floor Disorders.
The incidence of pelvic floor dysfunction is expected to double over the next decade, resulting in positive implications for those who administer pelvic floor related fitness and training programs. Pelvic floor dysfunctions happen to people of all ages and is particularly predominant in athletes, pregnant women, women who have given birth, women with menopause, and people who have had back, pelvic or prostate surgery. With few available treatment options, many people have traditionally turned to potentially addictive pain medications or surgery. But now, thanks to Pelacore, more people are turning to pelvic core fitness, a safe and effective way to improve lower back pain, incontinence, poor endurance and other pelvic floor and core dysfunctions.
What score is required to pass the Pelacore Training Course?
What are CEUs and how do they help?
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are needed for fitness instructors, personal trainers and medical professionals to keep current with accreditation and licensing.
What kind of equipment will I need to teach Pelacore classes?
Pelacore classes can be set up and taught almost anywhere with minimal cost. Everything you need should cost under $100 per person and can be reused for every class. These products are available at most fitness stores and can also be easily ordered on Amazon.com. Here’s what you’ll need:
As a Certified Pelacore Instructor, how much space will I need to teach a Pelacore class?
Generally, you’ll need about 35 square feet per client, plus space for props and the Instructor. So, for a class of 10 people, including a Pelacore Instructor, you would need around 400 square feet or less, about the size of a large bedroom.
As a Certified Pelacore Instructor, how many clients can I teach per class?
Group classes can be any size, depending on your facility size and equipment, but classes tend to be more intimate when limited to 10 to 12 people per instructor.
How frequently should clients attend Pelacore classes?
We recommend that clients attend Pelacore classes at least once per week to start. Beginner clients will need to develop a regular routine in order to get their body used to moving in a new way. After they acclimate, they should eventually transition to 3 classes per week.
Can Certified Pelacore Instructors offer private Pelacore classes to clients?
Yes! In fact, many of our instructors only offer private lessons.
How much can Certified Pelacore Instructors charge for private Pelacore classes?
The average price for a one hour private session is $80, although this can range from $50 to $250, depending on location and your experience.
Are Pelacore Instructors required to carry liability insurance?
Like any physical therapy practice, wellness center, fitness professional or personal trainer, it is important to have liability insurance. If you already have an insurance policy or if you work at a physical therapy, practice, wellness center, gym or fitness studio, please check with your insurance agent or broker to see if you are covered for liability insurance.
Can I use the Pelacore name or logo in my marketing?
Once you are approved as a Certified Pelacore Instructor, we provide marketing materials and trademark usage guidelines.