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Joseph Pilates lived from 1883-1967. He created exercises and apparatuses that today we refer to as classical. Classical Pilates adheres to his method and pedagogy passed down from a generation of practitioners that worked with him. We teachers can all trace our lineage to these inspiring elders.
Cassandra began teaching Pilates in 2006. She relies on consistent, continuing education to stay inspired and has cultivated a deeply intuitive and biomechanically solid knowledge base. She believes in Joe's messages that "above all (we should) learn to breathe correctly," we "are the architect of our own happiness," and that "movement heals." Cassandra created NICE out of a deep desire to educate, inspire, and give back to her community.
Deborah is a classically trained instructor with an M.S. in Dance Education. She was certified in 2003 through Power Pilates. As a former professional dancer, choreographer and dance instructor, Deborah brings with her a wealth of experience and understanding of how bodies work. Always curious, Deborah continues to learn and likes to explore different healing modalities and exercise therapies and how they fit in with Classical Pilates; she is excited to share her knowledge and passion of Pilates with you!
giving the body what is necessary for health and growth
serving or intending to unify separate things.
(typically of a form of art) regarded as representing an exemplary standard; traditional and long-established in form or style.
(the process of getting) knowledge or skill from doing, seeing, or feeling things
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