Jessica is a passionate and dynamic trainer whose love for fitness and movement developed in her early childhood. After studying Jazz and Ballet for 12 years, Jessica went on to to earn her BA in Theater from the University of California Santa Barbara. Upon graduating, Jessica worked as a professional dance instructor, performing and teaching middle eastern dance throughout California and Hawaii. Today she devotes her time to teaching Pilates, offering Personal Training, and preparing for competitions with her Oakland-based aerial arts dance team. Jessica has a fun and challenging teaching style that leaves you sweaty and smiling.
MET (Muscle Energy Techniques)
I also offer a deep-healing/mindfulness-based massage. Here I may also employ any of the modalities above. However, the overall pace and tone of the massage will tend to be much slower and I will also integrate subtle touch/energy modalities such as:
Mila’s philosophy is to work within a client’s own comfort level; she builds into the pressure as the session progresses, depending on the client’s tolerance.
She believes that staying present to the client at all times is most important.
Myles graduated with their degree in Kinesiology and continues to delve deeper into the biomechanics of fitness and how to apply this functional understanding to their teaching. They have studied with Jim Donak, a renowned anatomist, as well continues to seek and learn on their own, fueled by their instatiable curiousity and passion for movement.
Myles’ focus in all of their teaching is technique and sustainability. They want their clients to be able to be fit, active, and flexible for as long as possible! They regularly teach students as young as 6 years old and as old as 69.
– Chinese Medicine & Myofascial Release
– Cadaver Lab
Paige teaches yoga as a means to help other people. The magic of watching a student’s practice transform from one week to another is what keeps her fueled. She finds joy in offering resources to help people with their struggles of everyday life, on and off the mat.
Paige’s approach to yoga is playful and knowledgeable, while keeping the focus on her student’s individual needs. Her goal is to break down seemingly hard asanas to make them accessible to people of varying levels and she promises one thing; fun and challenging classes that will make her students sweat.
Don’t take our word for it though, come check out a class!