Most Pilates certifications will include equipment. The good ones are extensive programs that require lots of hands on training hours and anatomy. This may take you a year or two to complete but is very much worth it.
I found this one online you might want to check out that’s in your area: http://www.thecenterstudio.com/education/instructor-training.php
Pilates Pro is another good resource: http://www.pilates-pro.com/directory/
Hope that helps!
Hi Sandra, I am a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor and there is a certification center that has Mat only workshops. For more information look at: http://www.stottpilates.com/education/centers/newark.html
Let me know if I can help answer any other questions. You can also add a lot of small props to your Mat offerings for low cost and storage for lots of variety!
Nationally Power Pilates is the top choice. There are a variety of locations and programs to suite your schedule and budget. www.powerpilates.com
Balaced Body Pilates offeres a simple yet in depth Mat level certification and is well recognized and respected. Their education finder will help you locate a teacher trainer in your area.
Balanced Body education is offered at EHS in SF. Here’s a link to the education finder – just select EHS as the educator: https://www.pilates.com/BBAPP/V/education/education-finder.html We also offer lots of Mat and Toys workshops.