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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Single Session (60 mins) $105 Single Duet (2 people, 60 minutes) $175 These prices are for in home training. If you would like to see me at the studio we have some new client specials: $199 for 3 privates $99 for your first unlimited month of group classes
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
During our first session together I will do a great deal of observation. I will begin by going over your medical history so that I am well informed on where your at. I will also ask you to discuss your goals for training. I will guide you through a number of simple movements and exercises, in pilates what we call "fundamentals." I will use this as an opportunity to observe how connected you are to your body, how injury or alignment issues are affecting your movement, and assess your starting point. I will then design a comprehensive plan for training that will address your needs and goals as well as challenge you. Our training will include sessions together, but also homework you will do on your own to help you progress in your training.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have a comprehensive (450 hour) pilates training certification through peak pilates. I have my B.S in Kinesiology with a focus is Dance Pedagogy. I am a 200 hour RYT through the Yoga Alliance. I have an additional 200 hours of CEC training through the Yoga Alliance. They include Dynamic Vinyasa Teacher Training with Jennifer Prugh and the Joy of Yoga and Power Yoga Teacher Training Extensions through CorePower Yoga. I have a year of service and leadership training and experience with Americorps through City Year Boston. I am certified in Zumba and Zumbatomic, First Aid, AED, and CPR. I have my Mat Pilates Certification through Equinox. I am also a registered CYT through Stretch.Play.Yoga.