Movement Therapy

Pilates was developed during WWI as a system of rehabilitation for injured soldiers. It focuses on functional movement, precision, and balance to correct postural deviations and faulty movement patterns that lead to injury and chronic pain. It is a wonderful adjunct to bodywork to help in addressing the underlying issues that create pain and dysfunction, and to develop new healthy movement patterns in order to prevent further injury, damage, and pain over time.

As a 200 hour classical certified Pilates instructor in pursuit of a 500 hour contemporary certification, I am able to integrate Pilates based movements with breath-work, yoga postures, self-myofascial release, facilitated stretching, neuromuscular technique, and more into a guided movement therapy session that works synergistically alongside massage therapy.

I highly recommend combining massage with movement therapies for maximum results during the treatment phase of addressing musculoskeletal pain and injury, and  then carrying the habits you learn with you into the maintenance phase for lifelong vitality and increased well-being.

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Comprehensive Massage + Movement Therapy Session

Integrated Pilates based movements with breath-work, yoga postures, self-myofascial release, facilitated stretching & more, rolled into a guided movement therapy session that includes a Thai massage.

This combination facilitates maximum results during the treatment phase of addressing pain and injury, and will teach you self-care skills & strategies for lifelong vitality and increased well-being.

  • 2 hours: $200
  • 3 hours: $275

Group Fitness Classes

I teach 12+ group classes a week and am available for private/semi-private lessons on the Pilates studio equipment. Please contact me directly for scheduling and info about group classes, private/semi-private lessons.

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