I discovered Pilates over a decade ago, but not until finding my “tribe” in Bodies by Pilates and Deb Lemon did my interest in it transform into a passion.
A former dancer and lifelong fitness enthusiast (with herniated disc in my lower back), I have tremendous respect for Pilates as an experience, a process, and lifestyle–not only a form of exercise. My appreciation for the nuance, complex simplicity and power of the method are second only to my obsession with how good it makes me feel! I can’t get enough.
Pilates has changed me physically and mentally and continues to challenge me in both those ways. I so look forward to sharing all it has to offer with those daring enough to give it a try.
When I’m not practicing The Hundred, I work full time in the Office of Development at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NYC. I love cooking, laughing, and spending precious time with my husband, Mitch, and our one year old son, George.