The Spinning® program spans 80 countries with over 10,000 new instructors that get certified every year. Here we introduce to you the indoor cycling industry's most established team - the Spinning Master Instructor (MI) team. As the gold standard for professionals in the indoor cycling industry, our team of over 150 MIs provides inspiration, leadership and knowledge to Certified Spinning Instructors around the globe.
Meet the Team Leaders who coordinate the network of support, information and inspiration for the global Master Instructor (MI) team. Josh Taylor, Angie Sturtevant and Luciana Marcial-Vincion work together to provide the MIs with the tools they need to deliver excellence to Spinning instructors every day across the globe. They are among the world’s most qualified and highly regarded fitness professionals in the indoor cycling arena.
The path to becoming a Spinning® Master Instructor (MI) requires years of commitment, education and experience in the Spinning program. If you’re a Certified Spinning Instructor and think this is, or could one day be you, here are a few ways to get closer to your goal.
Recruiting for Master Instructors (MIs) is based on geographic region needs-assessment and typically occurs every 2 to 3 years. Recruiting announcements are made via the website, social media and email blasts. Instructors from those specific recruiting regions are encouraged to apply. The initial application process includes completing the written application and submitting videos with specific skills demonstrated. The next step is a live interview. Candidates who are accepted are invited to attend the MI Training Camp.
Note: MDA does not accept unsolicited applications.
When it comes to bringing on new Master Instructors (MIs), we set the bar high in terms of education, experience and skills. If you’re a Certified Spinning Instructor who is looking to add “Master” to the front of your title, here’s what we ask you to have before submitting an application: