Meet Our Movement Specialists
As a Los Angeles native, June grew up studying the sciences and loving the movement arts. An ankle injury in 1995, led her to Pilates and Gyrotonic as part of her rehabilitation. It was the beginning of a transformative process. She discovered a new way of moving with healthy muscle and movement patterns. She gained a new appreciation for the mind body connection. Thus, Pilates and Gyrotonic became her passion!!
Following her heart and intuition, June shifted her focus away from a career as a doctor of optometry and became certified in contemporary Pilates and Gyrotonic in 2000 at Long Beach Dance Conditioning and LA Body Kinetics. Later, she integrated classical Pilates and Yamuna into her instruction. She hopes to inspire others to become healthy, overcome injuries and pain, discover the joy of movement, and enjoy life to the fullest.
She has had the honor of studying with several master instructors including: Jillian Hessel, Juliu Horvath, Yamuna, Trina Altman, Mary Bond, Juergen Bumberger, Hilary Cartwright, Christina Brunk Stroh, Uwe Herbstreit, Kathy Van Patten, and more. She continues to practice neuro-optometry at Cedars Sinai and California Rehab Institute. Forever evolving, her learning continues so she can offer her clients new motivating experiences.
Nicole Long, originally from St. Louis, Missouri, arrived in Los Angeles 5 years ago. She brings with her over 10 years of movement training experience.
First starting as a marathon runner and personal trainer, she started Pilates and Gyrotonic after a serious pelvis injury. These movement systems were so effective in developing balance in her body and she decided to become certified in Stott Pilates, Gyrotonic, and Gyrokinesis.
Her Gyrotonic journey organically led to becoming a Pre-trainer under Master Trainer Juergen Baumberger. She is also certified on all the specialized equipment, including the Knee/Leg Extension Unit, Wingmaster, and Gyrotoner.
She has a calm teaching style which benefits all of our high functioning and high pressure clients, as well as being reassuring for her rehabilitation students. Special population groups including, Parkinson's Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and cancer survivors all appreciate relief and progress under her care.
When she's not in the studio, you can find Nicole bicycling in the Malibu mountains and enjoying her cats.
Bobbi Green has had a lifelong interest in health and fitness. She was introduced to Pilates in college and was immediately fascinated with a new way of exercising that challenged her both mentally and physically. A few years later after moving to Los Angeles, she decided she wanted to pursue her passion for Pilates and make a career change from the music industry.
Bobbi holds a certification in Power Pilates and has been teaching Pilates for over 13 years in Los Angeles. She has spent 12 of those years teaching Pilates in a physical therapy setting. In this environment, she works with others with many types of injuries and customizes their workouts according to their abilities and personal athletic goals. Bobbi also enjoys and has extensive experience working with seniors and is well versed in classical Pilates. Bobbi's goal is to help people of all ages and levels of physical fitness achieve better posture and elongated muscles, gain more energy, experience pain relief, improve flexibility and overall health.
For fun, she spends her free time studying breath work, meditation, Qigong, and other healing modalities.
Jennifer teaches dynamic Pilates sessions designed to keep you moving and smiling. She has a keen eye for technique and alignment, and designs each client's program with the client's specific goals in mind. Her instruction is fueled by more than four decades of dance and movement training.
Jennifer has completed multiple Pilates training programs, including a comprehensive 450-hour all apparatus training. As a dance artist, Jennifer has toured the country, serving as a director, choreographer, guest artist, and master teacher. She previously served as a Lecturer in the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of California, Santa Barbara and has taught movement and dance at colleges throughout Southern California. She earned her M.F.A. in Dance at the university of Colorado, Boulder, and her B.A. in Theatre at California State University, Northridge.
She also earned a J.D., summa cum laude, from Southwestern Law School and spent seven years as a practicing attorney before deciding that she just couldn't sit still anymore!
Jennifer loves working with performing artists, using Pilates and other movement modalities to create a more balanced, more expressive instrument. She is also passionate about bringing creative movement based wellness solutions to clients who work in office environments. You can also find her on Instagram at jspilates_la.