I have been teaching Pilates since 2008. What began as cross-training for dance performance became the tool I’ve turned to when I’m injured or any time my body needs extra care.

I am certified through STOTT PILATES with continuing education in perinatal exercise, orthopedic injuries, and neurological conditions. I was especially grateful for my background in injury prevention and recovery during my pregnancy, birth, and postpartum period over the past two years.

My Practice

Even during a specific health journey like pregnancy, bodies feel different from week to week or even day to day. I don’t just teach you a routine or correct alignment, I will customize my tools to your health needs and learning style. If something isn’t working, we will modify positioning or use props to help you move in a more embodied way.

The breath-work and deliberate movements of the Pilates method and its contemporary iterations are ideal to build awareness of small supportive muscles, such as the pelvic floor and inner core. Using spring resistance on the Pilates machines, we can support your joints or challenge your muscles, so you can experience familiar movements in new ways.