A movement practice can be an INCREDIBLE way to move energy, foster joy, and cultivate a deep connection with your body! I love guiding others through this process in a way that’s fun, sustainable, and of course, intuitive. I take a body positive approach to fitness —I challenge the way that society promotes what “health” looks like— and I believe there is health at every size. That doesn’t mean you can’t desire to change your physical body in some way. However, if you work with me, we will uncover what fitness looks and feels like for YOU. I use a unique combination of machine-based Pilates and functional training and strength-based exercises. If private training is not in your budget, I highly suggest coming to our GROUP fitness classes at TriCore. We keep them to 12 or less people and our community is a blast to be apart of. Find out more information about group training at TriCoreFit.com
Pilates is one of the few forms of movement that truly cultivates deep connection with the physical body. It’s a fun, innovative way to get a number of goals accomplished. The possibilities are endless for creativity with movement and it simply FEELS good!
A wide variety of exercises are done on the reformer to promote length, strength, flexibility, and balance. Most Pilates reformer exercises have to do with pushing or pulling the carriage or holding the carriage steady during an exercise as it is pulled on by the springs.
One of the best things about the reformer is its versatility. Exercises can be done lying down, sitting, standing, pulling the straps, pushing the footbar, perched on the footbar, perched on the shoulder blocks, with additional equipment, upside down, sideways, and all kinds of variations. In other words, the reformer can train many parts and dynamics of the body in many different ways.
Although the Reformer is my favorite, I have access to several pieces of Pilates equipment which include the Cadillac, the Chair, the Barrel, and the Spine Corrector.
Functional training includes exercises using a variety of equipment such as: Suspension straps, kettle bells, dumbbells, barbells, the landmine, medicine balls, and sandbags. It also includes multi-joint exercises like squats, deadlifts, rows, and chest presses— just to name a few!
The reason I approach fitness from a functional perspective is to give you practical applications of the exercises. Yes—building muscle is all well and good—but if you truly want your fitness to apply to your everyday life, making it functional is a must. This way you get more bang for your buck and you can do the everyday activities you enjoy doing with ease.
My training includes a lot of education. I want you to be able to take the skills you learn and continue to train yourself once our time is finished together. My goal is for you to feel EMPOWERED in your body and in any setting where you are physically active.
Sessions + COST
*Per Session Payment*
60 minutes: $85
30 minutes: $45
Packages MUST be used within 3 months of purchase or else they are forfeited.