Special precautions and considerations are in place based on the Provincial Health Officer’s recommendations and the guidelines set out by the Regulatory Colleges

MASKS REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES IN THE FACILITY

Masks are mandatory for patients and therapists. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you. Should you feel more comfortable receiving care in the comfort of your own home, Virtual Care appointments will remain available.

True Conditioning has temporarily suspended in person group fitness activities following the recent Public Health Orders. Personal training will remain in operation.

Should you have any questions please call 604-499-TRUE (8783) or email info@truephysiopilates.com

Physiotherapy

All of our Physiotherapy appointments are One to One. The time is dedicated specifically for you, which allows your therapist time to fully understand the nature of your issue, and develop and individualized treatment program unique to your diagnosis and assessment findings. Our approach is holistic – looking at the entire body to determine the best course of individualized treatment. We will ... Read More

All of our Physiotherapy appointments are One to One. The time is dedicated specifically for you, which allows your therapist time to fully understand the nature of your issue, and develop and individualized treatment program unique to your diagnosis and assessment findings.
Our approach is holistic – looking at the entire body to determine the best course of individualized treatment. We will take the time to review your medical history, current reasons for seeking treatment, and your personal goals of treatment. We take an active approach with our patients with a firm belief that movement is medicine. Our primary goal is empower you to achieve the best results possible.
Physiotherapy isn’t just for management of an injury, we can also help with the design of preventative programs, to ensure your body is in the best place it can be to mitigate risk for injury. Whether you are seeking treatment to prevent injury, management of a current injury or general movement improvement, we are here to help.
We use a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription to address movement dysfunction. An individualized exercise program is an essential part of any comprehensive Physiotherapy treatment program.


ICBC Physiotherapy

If you have been injured in a car accident, ICBC provides coverage for 25 Physiotherapy visits, 12 Massage Therapy visits and 12 Kinesiology visits within the first 12 weeks of the date of your accident. Please ensure you have your claim number and date of accident to bring to add to your intake form.


Specialized Physiotherapy - Pelvic Health and Vestibular Therapy

**Vestibular rehabilitation** is an effective treatment for those diagnosed with dizziness, imbalance, vertigo, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), concussion, and neck-related dizziness. Vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is an exercise-based program that encourages the central nervous system to compensate for balance or equilibrium deficits, which are present due to inner ear or... Read More

**Vestibular rehabilitation** is an effective treatment for those diagnosed with dizziness, imbalance, vertigo, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), concussion, and neck-related dizziness. Vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is an exercise-based program that encourages the central nervous system to compensate for balance or equilibrium deficits, which are present due to inner ear or central nervous system disease or dysfunction. VRT exercises are designed specifically for each individual after a thorough assessment by a trained therapist.

**Pelvic health physiotherapy** is recognized as the first choice of treatment for issues such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic pain. Trained pelvic floor physiotherapists perform both external (posture, breathing, low back, hips, and abdomen) and internal (vaginal, rectal) examinations to assess for pelvic floor dysfunction. An internal exam is not required, however it provides a whole picture of the system and is highly recommended. Based on the assessment, customized treatment may consist of pelvic floor muscle retraining, education, bladder/bowel routine tracking, dry needling, and hands-on techniques. These various modes of pelvic floor treatment are well supported by the scientific literature and can be effective as part of your care.


Clinical Pilates Physiotherapy

Clinical Pilates incorporates the traditional movement principles of Pilates with the medical and movement knowledge of a Registered Physiotherapist. Clinical Pilates, is part of a treatment program designed from a comprehensive physiotherapy assessment to address your individual needs. Each program is thoughtfully created based on your own individual assessment findings to address your specifi... Read More

Clinical Pilates incorporates the traditional movement principles of Pilates with the medical and movement knowledge of a Registered Physiotherapist. Clinical Pilates, is part of a treatment program designed from a comprehensive physiotherapy assessment to address your individual needs. Each program is thoughtfully created based on your own individual assessment findings to address your specific movement dysfunctions with targeted goals to improve your movement.
Our highly trained therapists and Physiotherapist’s assistants at True Physiotherapy and Pilates may use a combination of specialized Pilates equipment as part of your program including the reformers, mat and chair.
Clinical Pilates is widely used all over the world for rehabilitation, preventative wellness, movement efficiency and to enhance performance. Moving well helps to mitigate risk of future injury and helps to improve overall body awareness.
Clinical Pilates can help to improve spinal stability, core strength, flexibility and create balance in movement. Individualized Pilates exercise programs can help you safely and effectively recover from injury, and improve your overall movement.
Lower back pain is one of the most prevalent complaints of all North Americans. More than 80% of the population will complain of low back pain. Clinical Pilates can help! A preventative individualized program can help to provide strength and stability to your spine through movement, management of breath and improving flexibility.


Massage Therapy

Our Registered Massage Therapists use a combination of different therapeutic techniques to help you achieve your goals of treatment. Whether it be for preventative maintenance or management of an injury, our Registered Massage Therapists can work with you, and with other members of your healthcare team to get you back to the activities you love. Techniques we use: Deep tissue Swedish Spor... Read More

Our Registered Massage Therapists use a combination of different therapeutic techniques to help you achieve your goals of treatment. Whether it be for preventative maintenance or management of an injury, our Registered Massage Therapists can work with you, and with other members of your healthcare team to get you back to the activities you love.

Techniques we use:
Deep tissue
Swedish
Sport Massage


Kinesiology/Exercise Therapy

Kinesiologists are practitioners with advanced training in movement and exercise therapy. Our Kinesiologist will work closely with your Physiotherapist or other health care practitioner to help you recover from injury, or improve your strength and performance. A progressive, individualized exercise program will be created based on your assessment findings. Our Kinesiology and Active Rehabilitat... Read More

Kinesiologists are practitioners with advanced training in movement and exercise therapy. Our Kinesiologist will work closely with your Physiotherapist or other health care practitioner to help you recover from injury, or improve your strength and performance. A progressive, individualized exercise program will be created based on your assessment findings. Our Kinesiology and Active Rehabilitation sessions are all one to one for one hour. Kinesiology sessions are covered by some extended health plans. If you are recovering from a motor vehicle accident, Kinesiology/Active rehabilitation is covered under your ICBC claim within 12 weeks of your injury. If your injury is outside of 12 weeks, Kinesiology is often still covered and can be an integral part of your rehabilitation program to get back to doing the things you love. Book now to change the way you move!


Online Physiotherapy - Video and Telehealth Visits

**Online Physiotherapy is covered by most Extended Health Providers** Physiotherapy delivered 'Virtually' online is the use of communication technology to allow you and your Physiotherapist to connect via video consult or phone when an in-person visit is not possible. In the case of COVID-19 online Physiotherapy may be appropriate because of social distancing and self isolation guidelines. Onl... Read More

**Online Physiotherapy is covered by most Extended Health Providers** Physiotherapy delivered 'Virtually' online is the use of communication technology to allow you and your Physiotherapist to connect via video consult or phone when an in-person visit is not possible. In the case of COVID-19 online Physiotherapy may be appropriate because of social distancing and self isolation guidelines. Online Physiotherapy is appropriate for consultation with your Physiotherapist to ask questions, education and instruction, guidance in pain management strategies, monitoring progress of your treatment program, instructions on self mobilization or soft tissue release and supervised exercise. Physiotherapy delivered online is a unique opportunity to do your rehab, in your home, under the supervision of your Physiotherapist to ensure it is being done correctly.

Michael Aghamohseni, BKIN, FMS (Functional Movement Screen)

Michael graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelors of Kinesiology. Michael has achieved his FMS level 1 (Functional Movement Screen) and is a certified Kinesiologst with the BCAK (British Columbia Association of Kinesiologist).

Through multiple athletic endeavors such as achieving his second degree black belt, 6 years of crossfit and olympic lifting, Michael has gained a deep hands on knowledge of injuries and how to rehab / prehab and prevent reinjury. Michael has a passion for getting individuals with injuries back to play and a better quality of life.

Michael has personal interest with athletic and sport injuries. Michael has a holistic approach to rehab, focusing on discovering the root cause of the problem to execute the right individual rehab program to alleviate symptoms and correct injury.

Michaels treatment style involved treating the entire body, as he understands everything is connected, there is more than just isolated work to be done.

Michaels Philosophy: A healthy body is a moving body, and that as long as we are moving everyday with no pain, it will help with preventing pain to come in the future

Michael Aghamohseni, BKIN, FMS (Functional Movement Screen) Michael graduated from the Universit... Read More

Jason Birring, BHK, MPT, CAFCI (Acupuncture), FDN (Functional Dry Needling/IMS)

Jason graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Human Kinetics and a Masters of Physical Therapy. Jason is certified to practice IMS (dry needling) and acupuncture through the CAFCI (Canadian Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute). Jason has pursued many professional development courses in strength and conditioning, functional exercise prescription and movement assessment.

Playing varsity basketball for the UBC Thunderbirds has allowed Jason to gain an intimate understanding of sport injuries and return-to-sport rehabilitation. He understands the importance of injury prevention and bridging the gap between rehab and training. Jason has a passion for helping patients recover from acute or chronic injuries, preventing re-injury and improving performance.

Jason’s treatment style and philosophy is to identify contributing factors to injury, by looking at the whole body in assessment and treatment. He sees patients of all ages and functional abilities.

Jason is Richmond native and remains active in the community as he enjoys coaching basketball, running and playing various team sports.

Jason Birring, BHK, MPT, CAFCI (Acupuncture), FDN (Functional Dry Needling/IMS) Jason graduated ... Read More

David is a recent graduate from West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Raised in Cloverdale and a lifelong resident of the lower mainland, David lives in Steveston with his wife and three boys. He was introduced to this profession by his wife, who herself is an RMT. Because of his innate drive to help others, David is a caring and compassionate person that is passionate about making his life and the lives of other better.

David is a dedicated family man and enjoys living an active and healthy lifestyle with his family. Like most people raised in the lower mainland, he enjoys outdoor activities including hiking, biking and paddle boarding. He also plays and coaches both hockey and football.

David’s life experience through many careers, activities, and athletics has provided him with the knowledge and understanding of the rigors of peoples lives and can put that knowledge to work in creating a treatment plan that can help his clients onto a road to recovery.

David is a recent graduate from West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Raised in Cloverdale and a... Read More

Andrea attained her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2006 after completing a Human Kinetics degree at the University of British Columbia. She has taken post-graduate training in manual therapy by obtaining her Certificate of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy in Perth, Australia in 2010, and completing her Lower Quadrant Mulligan Concepts in Melbourne, Australia in 2014. She has also done training in both acupuncture (CAFCI) and Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (GIMS).

Andrea has over 13 years of experience as a physiotherapist, and has worked in a variety of settings - hospital, community, home-care, and corporate. Growing up Andrea played a variety of sports at competitive levels, and through her own personal experiences, understands the role that physiotherapists play in rehabilitation and return to work/sport. She enjoys incorporating manual therapy, needling, and exercise prescription into her sessions, and loves working one-to-one with clients to help them reach their individual treatment goals.

Andrea enjoys living and working in Steveston with her husband and three kids. She loves playing soccer, training for triathlons, and traveling the world with her family.

Andrea has additional Training in:

-Certificate of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (COMT) - AUS -Exercise Therapy -Anatomical acupuncture - CAFCI -UBC Gunn IMS -Clinical Pilates -Completed courses in manual therapy, manipulative therapy, and myofascial release

Andrea attained her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2006 a... Read More

Clementine Cheng, B.Sc. PT, MSc, CAFCI (Acupuncture), Gunn IMS, ConnectTherapyTM Series Graduate

Clementine graduated from the University of Alberta in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She completed her Masters of Rehabilitation Science through McMaster University in 2008 and went on to publish a paper in 2010 on the use of Rehabilitation Ultrasound Imaging in the assessment and treatment of multifidus and transverses abdominus in low back pain patients.

Clementine brings an unique background in neurological rehabilitation, as she currently shares her time at GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre seeing patients with traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and neuromuscular disorders.

To enhance her skill set and knowledge base, Clementine is certified in anatomical acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada, certified in UBC Gunn IMS (Intramuscular stimulation), completed courses in manual therapy, manipulative therapy, and myofascial release. She has also pursued post-graduate courses in BET (Biokinetik Exercise Technique) Physio-Pilates after experiencing personal improvement towards her recurring injuries.

In 2018, she completed her ConnectTherapyTM Series with Dr. LJ Lee after seeing the difference it had on her spouse with debilitating back pain and seeing the life changing effects on his rehabilitation journey. Clementine is passionate about using this model to assess and treat her patients. ConnectTherapyTM is a whole person approach to assessing the symptoms the patient is experiencing. Using a detailed diagnostic system, she aims to discover the underlying impairments that are leading to the patients’ symptoms. Sometimes the underlying problem area may be painfree but still non-optimal. Through assessment, an individualized exercise program is designed to retrain your brain towards new movement patterns, which then lead to more optimal strategies for moving.

In her ongoing continuing education, Clementine is also pursuing post-graduate osteopathic courses through Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques in Osteopathy Mechanical Link. Clementine is a highly dedicated therapist who strives to ensure her patient receives the best quality of care. In her spare time, she enjoys being active outdoors with her husband and three kids.

Fluent in Cantonese and basic Mandarin.

Clementine Cheng, B.Sc. PT, MSc, CAFCI (Acupuncture), Gunn IMS, ConnectTherapyTM Series Graduate ... Read More

Katherine graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelors of Kinesiology. She became involved in athletics at a very young age, taking on many sports such as track and field, volleyball, dance and ski. Her love for sports added to her fascination with the human body and its mechanics, which led her to pursue a degree in Kinesiology.

Katherine’s aim is to help all her patients achieve their goals, whatever they might be. She has a special interest in sports rehabilitation and sport-specific training, but also loves working with regular clients who are simply looking to improve their health. Her approach to rehab is holistic as she believes in whole-body healing from a physical and mental standpoint. Further, Katherine has extensive experience with patients with Huntington’s disease as well.

Outside of work, Katherine helps coach a high school volleyball team. She is also a certified ski instructor and loves to ski with her family during the winter. In the summer, Katherine enjoys many outdoor activities, such as paddle boarding and hiking.

Katherine is fluent in Mandarin and French.

Katherine graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelors of Kinesiology. She ... Read More

Andrew Lau, MPT, BHK, EXOS

Andrew has just recently returned to Vancouver after spending the last few years as a practicing private practice Physiotherapist in Sydney Australia. He has completed a Master’s of Physiotherapy program at the University of Sydney, and holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria. Andrew has post-graduate training in Manual Therapy, Exercise Prescription, Functional Strength and Conditioning, Functional Movement Screening (FMS), and the Team Exos: Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Framework.

Andrew’s passion has always been centered around recreation and health. He has experience working in occupational rehabilitation as well as with various elite/Olympic level athletes in sport performance. He has a passion for helping client’s reach their physical and functional goals, from daily activities, and rehabilitation, to amateur sports performance. His treatment style focuses on a combination of manual therapy, exercise therapy and education to empower clients to achieve their goals. While managing your pain is a priority, through a thorough full body assessment, Andrew ultimately aims to understand the driving forces behind the pain. In his free time, Andrew enjoys participating and watching most forms of sports including: mixed martial arts, basketball, swimming, cycling, and golfing. If it isn’t sports related, Andrew enjoys exploring Vancouver and places to eat.

Andrew Lau, MPT, BHK, EXOS Andrew has just recently returned to Vancouver after spending the las... Read More

Janice is a graduate of the Master’s of Physical Therapy program at UBC, and prior to that completed a Bachelor’s of Science in 2011 and Master’s of Kinesiology in 2015. Janice has completed post-graduate courses in Manual Therapy (Level 1/2 Orthopaedic, Mulligan Concept), IMS/ dry needling, and clinical Pilates. She has pursued further training in Pelvic Floor rehabilitation, which allows her to treat conditions such as incontinence, prolapse, and pelvic pain in females and males. Vestibular rehabilitation is also a strong area of interest for Janice, with experience in treating BPPV, vertigo/dizziness, concussion, and balance deficits.

Janice’s interest in Physiotherapy stemmed from her own experience of sport injuries and rehab throughout her life, as well as a strong desire to empower individuals to move better, feel better, and live better. She integrates the principles of Pilates into physiotherapy to guide her clients in bringing more awareness to muscle activation and control during movement. Her fun and individualized treatments include a mixture of manual therapy, dry needling, patient education, and exercise prescription.

In her free time, Janice enjoys any activity that gets her active outside: basketball, ultimate, hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding, you name it! She will also likely be planning her next travel adventure somewhere in one of the seven continents!

Fluent in Cantonese and basic Mandarin.

Janice is a graduate of the Master’s of Physical Therapy program at UBC, and prior to that comple... Read More

Dan is a graduate of West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster, BC. Throughout his life he was always interested in sports, fitness and health. For this reason, he pursued a career where he could help like minded people to recover from injuries, fatigue and to be able take their athletic careers to the next level. With preference to deep tissue and trigger point release therapy Dan is happy to help his clients to reach their recovery goals, and to help avoid future injuries and imbalances.

Dan is a graduate of West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster, BC. Throughout his... Read More

Ona completed the Balanced Body University comprehensive Pilates training program in San Francisco, California where she had the privilege of a full year of in depth training under Balanced Body Master Instructor and studio owner, Katie Santos. After completing her training and client hours, Ona returned to Vancouver to work alongside a Physiotherapist at a Physio & Pilates clinic, where she had the opportunity to gain experience working with a wide range of clients from pre and post natal, to professional athletes, and those recovering from serious injuries.

Ona provides Pilates instruction as a form of rehabilitation for injuries and disease related movement problems, and other imbalances caused by lifestyle, poor posture, one sided sports, and habitual movement patterns. She has an inclusive and tailored teaching style, while still remaining true to the Pilates Principals. As a Clinical Pilates Professional, Ona offers guidance through clear precise instruction of the exercises with a focus on catering to each clients individual needs. Ona believes the Pilates method can provide a means to correct imbalances and bring a client’s body back to a place where movement happens with ease, free of pain and injuries.

Ona’s goals have always been to live a healthy, active lifestyle and she is passionate about helping others do the same. In her sessions, clients can expect to work effectively, stay focused, and achieve some big goals.

Advanced Training Certifications: - Balanced Body University comprehensive training program graduate - Trained under Balanced Body Master Instructor Katie Santos

Ona completed the Balanced Body University comprehensive Pilates training program in San Francisc... Read More

Natalia is Balanced Body and Nationally Certified pilates teacher (NCPT). She is a graduate of the Balanced Body University comprehensive training program in Vancouver with the classical pilates training background. Natalia also took advance courses under the tutelage of “pilates senior” Lolita San Migel as well as the renowned pilates professional and Balanced Body educator Joy Puleo. Natalia specializes in whole-body health and comprehensive wellness, and has a trained understanding of body movement, fascial connections, alignment, muscular-skeletal problems, and ways to address and retrain movement patterns using a variety of pilates equipment. In addition to specializing in classical pilates, Natalia is trained in Suspention Pilates (using TRX or other suspension system), Pre Natal, Post Natal Pilates, Barre, CoreAlign.

Natalia is also familiar with Selective Functional Movement Assessment Training (SFMA), allowing her to better understand the healing approaches used by other health professionals, such as registered physiotherapist, osteopaths, and other professionals who perform a movement-based diagnosis. Currently, Natalia works closely with specialists in physiotherapy and rehabilitative treatments, providing a unique service that integrates an individually-tailored pilates exercise program into a comprehensive movement-based treatment for clients. Her long-term goal is to use her knowledge of body-movement to create an integrated, interdisciplinary, & comprehensive program that helps restore physical self-awareness in all clients, while addressing chronic imbalances to help aching clients return to full mobility and unhindered physical functionality.

Recently, Natalia has been working on developing a comprehensive online pilates program that integrates functional movement with traditional pilates exercise to allow for full body engagement. Since 2021, Natalia has started working as True Physio+Pilates Integrated Clinical Pilates Educator sharing her knowledge and her passion with fellow professionals. In 2021, Natalia became Master Trainer for Club Pilates giving her the opportunity to lead Teacher Training Programs throughout helping students to gain skills and experience necessary for a successful and productive career as pilates trainers.

Natalia has a broad experience working with a wide range of clients, including: TRX group classes, pre/post natal clients, competitive athletes, professional dancers, and the injured and elderly. She is also experienced in developing comprehensive, well balanced classes focusing on a full body movement while teaching a safe, fun, mixed level program that integrate flow and live feedback.

Natalia has come to pilates from a unique background. She had certification as a martial arts instructor and experience as a young amateur ballet dancer. She is also a co-founder and long-term Assistant CEO of Calem Technology Inc., an HVAC business that she helped build with her husband and has been successfully operating for over 20 years. As a teacher, coach, business owner, and mother, Natalia understands first-hand how difficult it is to strike a balance between work, family, and wellness. Pilates has not only improved her posture, balance, core strength, and joint health, but helped her find more mindfulness, deepen her concentration, and re-establish a strong body-mind connection. Natalia is passionate about sharing her love of pilates with all of her clients and fellow teachers. She hopes to help each individual discover what pilates can do for them, and help provide them with the support and network to advance their journey and find personal balance.

Natalia is Balanced Body and Nationally Certified pilates teacher (NCPT). She is a graduate of th... Read More

Chris completed his physiotherapy degree, while concurrently completing his Masters in Exercise and Sports Science, from the University of Sydney in Australia. During this time, Chris also obtained his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) designation. Following his graduation, Chris stayed in Australia for six years, working in private practice (including 3 years in a hip and pelvis specialty clinic) and in semi-professional rugby. In 2012, Chris was recruited by Athletes’ Performance (now called EXOS, the largest sports performance company in the world) to be part of the first group of foreign physiotherapists and strength coaches ever to work full time with the Chinese Olympic Committee, to help them prepare for the London Olympics. Following the London Olympics, Chris remained in China until the beginning of 2018, working in various positions with the Chinese Olympic Committee and the Shanghai provincial sports program, including being made the head physiotherapist of Team China from 2013-2015. During this time, he worked with a variety of athletes, but spent most of his time with athletes from the national gymnastics, diving, weightlifting and table tennis teams. Since returning to Canada, Chris has been helping the members and athletes at Crossfit Overdrive and their Olympic Lifting Team to prevent and recover from injuries throug manual therapy, and Crossfit and Olympic Lifting screening and corrective exercise programs.

Chris has a passion to help athletes in all sports, from amateur to professional, rehab from their injuries, to help prevent further injuries, and to excel at their sport through general and sports specific screening and assessments and prescribing corrective exercises and performance programming. Chris has a great relationship with the coaches (both strength and conditioning and technical) of the athletes that he works with, and encourages their involvement in the rehab process.

Chris has a special interest in combat and contact sports. He is a level 2 Immediate Care in Rugby medic as well as a Medical Educator in the IRB (Rugby Asia division) and has worked with many professional players while in Australia. He has also worked with a variety of combat sports, including the Chinese national judo and wrestling teams, Shanghai sanda team, as well as boxing and kickboxing academy athletes. He is also a muay thai practitioner himself and still trains regularly.

Chris completed his physiotherapy degree, while concurrently completing his Masters in Exercise a... Read More

Yoga and Pilates Professional

Elle had the privilege of completing the Balanced Body Reformer Pilates Training with Master Trainer Lauren Brandt. Elle has been teaching Yoga since 2014 and believes everyone can benefit from the amazing transformation that comes from regular practice. Her sessions include a combination of yoga postures and classical Pilates reformer exercises that will provide challenge, increase flexibility, increase strength and provide nourishing movements to detoxify the mind and body. She believes that intelligent, mindful and slow movement is a chance to create more space and bring your body back to balance. A combination of Yoga and Pilates is the perfect way to gain flexibility and improve posture while developing optimal core stability. Whether its rehabilitating from an injury, or prevention and maintenance, the combination of Yoga and Pilates can help your body achieve the next level of health.

Elle also has training in Barre, Yoga for Athletes, Pilates. In your one on one session, she implements your tailored delegated program by providing instruction with hands on corrections and guidance, and cueing your own ability to become more body aware. Elle aims to empower her clients to achieve their personal best while enjoying the journey along the way.

Yoga and Pilates Professional Elle had the privilege of completing the Balanced Body Reformer Pi... Read More

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