According to IBISWorld, the #Pilates and #Yoga Studios industries will see increased growth, driven by the rapidly rising number of health-conscious individuals in the United States. Over the next five years “industry revenue is expected to grow at an annualized rate of 10.6% to $11.0 billion, including a 7.4% rise in 2017. Profit is expected to reach 8.5% of industry revenue in 2012, as many studios have garnered higher prices for classes, particularly those sold on a course-by-course basis.”
What does this mean for individual health professionals? Qualified instructors will be in demand for the foreseeable future
In the same report, “the number of industry employees is anticipated to rise at an annualized rate of 4.6%. To provide yoga and Pilates classes tailored to particular demographics, many studios have expanded their number of contracted instructors.” It is imperative for fitness trainers and professionals to expand their expertise to capitalize on this growing trend. Interestingly enough, according to Indeed.com’s 2018 data (dated March 19, 2018) indicated that on the average, Pilates teachers in California earn more on a per-hour basis than their peers in Yoga and Barre industries, as well as other trainers that teach other fitness training.
Get certified in classical Pilates
Established #fitness professionals should enhance their earning potential and position themselves apart from their colleagues in the health and fitness industry by expanding their specialities. Core Arts Pilates’ Teacher Certification Program is an apprenticeship-style, training program. The program’s pedagogy is modeled after its principal instructor’s apprenticeship under Romana Kryzanowska, preparing you to teach a range of clients and class sizes. We are now accepting applications for its Fall 2018 class, reserve your space today.
Source: Alvarez, A. (2017, December). Namaste in demand: Increased participation and emphasized health merits will boost demand. IBISWorld Industry Report: Pilates & Yoga Studios in the US.