Pilates People adds exciting new classes and staff

Pilates People is celebrating their 10th year in business by offering a whole host of new and exciting fitness classes, and to make it all happen, they brought in some hired guns!

New to the all-star lineup of seasoned trainers and therapists are trainers Holly Walker, Nikki Mullen, Ginny Kaufmann, and physical therapists Jeremy Nelson MPT, and Kelli Funkhouser MPT.

Pilates People offers a huge range of classes to suit everybody’s goals and personal style. They offer Pilates classes and privates with the precision and control of the traditional Pilates style, as well as new cardio infused “Cardio Pilates” classes taught by Holly Walker and Nikki Mullen. These boot camp style classes will test your limits, but will leave you stronger and more toned than ever! If you are in need of special consideration due to a bad back, they also offer, ”I Love My Back” class, taught by Luisa Elizondro MPT. Luisa’s skill and experience as a licensed physical therapist and certified Pilates instructor for the past 15 years makes this an ideal choice for many to experience an effective and safe workout…and to finally fix that old aching back!

Pilates People knows how busy you are and to better meet your busy schedule they offer classes first thing in the morning, evenings, Saturdays, and now in the afternoons as well. Instead of your usual lunch, how about a lunchtime Pilates “Core Circuit Class”? This class utilizes multiple pieces of Pilates equipment and employs a new, fun and fresh approach which will keep you on your toes.

Pilates People is also home to Carmel Valley Physical Therapy. This unique clinic offers an integrative approach to physical therapy by combining traditional Physical therapy and fusing it with Pilates rehab. Carmel Valley Physical Therapy is in network with all major insurance providers including medicare and can bill your insurance plan for your treatment!

They are open Monday through Friday, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Conveniently located at 4765 Carmel Mountain Road suite 202, San Diego, 92130 in the Torrey Hills Shopping Center, across from Vons, in Carmel Valley. You can contact them at www.pilatespeople.com, www.carmelvalleyphysicaltherapy.com or call them at (858) 847-0055.

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