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Daily Breath Pilates

Westlake Village, CA 91361
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Pilates Daily Breath is a fitness studio located in Westlake Village and welcoming clients from the surrounding area. Owner/master trainer Renata Oliveira has many years of experience and certifications with the Pilates Method Alliance, Polestar Pilates, Pilates Sports Center, and TRX Suspension Training. She also provides expertise in spinning, exercise science, and nutrition. Oliveira employs a team of highly-qualified teachers who add many years of instructional experience. Together they provide different classes, which focus on the Pilates form from different angles, whether strength or conditioning related. The studio also offers private and group session availability. All fitness levels are welcome.

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Every Body Pilates

Westlake Village, CA 91362
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Every Body Pilates is a studio located in Westlake Village that provides a brand of Pilates designed to improve core strength, flexibility, and endurance while also assisting coordination, balance, and posture. It welcomes clients dealing with osteoporosis and others looking for rehabilitation from injury. Every Body Pilates provides courses that teach foundations and fundamentals as well as more intensive group and half-hour mat fusion sessions for individuals looking for intense workouts on the go. Semi-private, private, and corporate group sessions also are available, as are ongoing student discounts. Students partake in a six-day weekly schedule with highly-qualified instructors who hold years of experience and certified training.

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P3 Pilates

Westlake Village, CA 91361
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P3 Pilates is a studio located in Westlake Village and serving clients around the Los Angeles and Ventura county line. Owner/instructor Jill Marder-Meyer attained the designation of Registered Occupational Therapist in 1979 and launched her training in Pilates more than three decades ago due to an automobile accident. She credited the modality for helping her to regain mobility and function, and for easing her chronic pain. The experience led to her attaining certification as a Pilates trainer in 1998. She has more than a decade of instructional expertise and focuses her practice on back/neck health, Scoliosis, fascial fitness, and hand therapy. Jill also provides training for prenatal and postnatal clients.

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Pilates Plus WV

Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
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Pilates Plus WV is a fitness center located in Thousand Oaks that specializes in its namesake system, which combines classical Pilates for posture correction, enhancement of physical vitality, and elevation of mind and spirit with strength and cardio training. Classes are under an hour in length, and they welcome all student types regardless of fitness level. In addition to Pilates Plus, the studio provides additional lessons for beginners, stretches, and boot camp-style exertion. Other courses include but are not limited to high-intensity interval training, cycling, barre, and yoga. Owner/master trainer Carron Meltz has certifications from the Pilates Method Alliance, Lagree Fitness, Fletcher Pilates, BASI, and TRX Suspension Training, to name a few.

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Studio TYLA

Westlake Village, CA 91361
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STUDIOTYLA is the professional home of instructor Tyla Rae Villarreal, a certified teacher and competitive fitness personality with more than three decades in the industry. Tyla launched the studio in 2010, and she welcomes a highly-qualified staff with diverse backgrounds in dance, yoga, cycling, and running. Tyla herself has won the US and World Aerobic Championships, and her work has appeared in Shape and Fitness magazines. Additionally, she has starred in two exercise videos: Crunch Fitness Killer Legs and Tyla’s Mom Jam Pregnancy Workout. Sponsorships have included Reebok, Nike, and Crystal Light, and she received an invitation to perform at the White House following a Tonight Show with Johnny Carson appearance.

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SYNRG Fitness

Westlake Village, CA 91361
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SYNRG Fitness is an exercise club in Westlake Village, the professional home of Maria Hubscher, a fitness/wellness instructor with more than a decade of experience and certified credentials through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and International Sports and Sciences Association. Hubscher opened the site in 2012, and she focuses her classes on total body core circuit training, post-rehabilitation, strength building, and weight loss. She also helps clients to improve flexibility and incorporate proper nutrition into their daily routines. Additional services include private personal training and partner training, flexibility/corrective exercises, individual Tower/Reformer training, and body composition analysis.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I become a Pilates instructor?

A: Pilates instructors typically take a course and earn a certification in teaching Pilates. Some courses may only teach mat or reformer Pilates, while others teach both. Technically, there are no legal license or certification requirements to teach Pilates, but most studios will only hire trained instructors.

Q: Who was Pontius Pilate?

A: Pontius Pilate was a Roman governor in the 1st century. He served under the emperor Tiberius and is known for being a judge at Jesus' trial. Pilate is thought to have been the one to order Jesus' crucifixion. Some people have credited Pontius Pilate with inventing an early form of Pilates, but this is widely disputed.

Q: Who invented Pilates?

A: Joseph Pilates invented this popular form of exercise. He was a nurse in World War I and experimented with putting springs on hospital beds to help patients tone their muscles. This gave him the idea to invent what we now know as the reformer machine. Joseph Pilates opened his first studio in 1923 in New York.

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