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My personal pilates philosophy…

I truly believe Pilates can be for EVERY body. As a contemporary Pilates teacher of almost 10 years I have seen people of all walks of life benefit from this practice. My primary interest is in helping people feel better in their bodies regardless of what cards life has dealt them. I love working with folks that are curious and want to know the why behind the movement. I practice body neutrality in my work, meaning we’ll focus on what your body can do vs what it looks like doing it. I will never ask you about your weight or your eating habits. I won’t give advice on how to loose weight or “make gains” and I deeply reject the “no pain, no gain” mentality. There is no need to show up as anyone other than your authentic self. 

I have worked extensively with folks with low back pain, spinal & rib injuries, scoliosis, balance & vertigo issues, connective tissue disorders such as ehlers-danlos syndrome, and general post-injury recovery. Things like plantar fasciitis, knee surgery, hip replacement, rotator cuff tear. If you are new to Pilates and coming in with any of the conditions listed above one on one private sessions can be a great way to start. It can be helpful to get acquainted with the equipment and familiar with some of the common terminology. While private sessions are a great way to get individualized attention for your specific needs you can also feel confident that you’ll be taken care of in a group setting as well. My classes are approachable and small in number so I can still give personalized feedback to each person even in a group setting. 

If you are interested in starting your Pilates practice please reach out. 

My Approach to Pilates: About
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