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Rebecca Oliensis

Certified Trainer - Pilates

About Rebecca Oliensis

Rebecca came to Pilates as a lifelong dancer, who has always relished the technique of her classical training. After a debilitating hip injury, followed by an unsuccessful major surgery, Pilates proved the most beneficial treatment for her recovery—enabling her to regain freedom of movement and the joy it brings.

The strength, stability, and awareness found through the holistic full-body movement practice of Pilates allowed her to develop more connection and engagement within her body than ever before. Eager to learn more and share this information with others, Rebecca was certified in anatomy, mat, and equipment through the Kane School of Core Integration, NYC.

Rebecca is passionate about empowering others to rediscover pain-free and integrated movement. Her teaching is supported by her studies in other movement modalities including Yoga, Gyrokinesis, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique, and a broad range of dance styles, including Ballet, Contemporary, Theatre Dance, Tap, and Jazz. She has also studied Kinesthetic Anatomy and Biomechanics of Motion with renowned anatomist Irene Dowd. In her academic studies, Rebecca focused on Psychology, Creative Arts Therapies, and Creative Writing at The New School.

Rebecca works with clients ranging from 10 to 91 years old, of all fitness and wellness levels. She specializes in training dancers, teaching Pilates to professional dancers as well as students from the School of American Ballet and The Juilliard School, among others. By aligning the body and correcting the inevitable imbalances life brings, she is able to help her clients move through life with ever-increasing ease.

Rebecca Oliensis

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About Rebecca Oliensis

Rebecca came to Pilates as a lifelong dancer, who has always relished the technique of her classical training. After a debilitating hip injury, followed by an unsuccessful major surgery, Pilates proved the most beneficial treatment for her recovery—enabling her to regain freedom of movement and the joy it brings.

The strength, stability, and awareness found through the holistic full-body movement practice of Pilates allowed her to develop more connection and engagement within her body than ever before. Eager to learn more and share this information with others, Rebecca was certified in anatomy, mat, and equipment through the Kane School of Core Integration, NYC.

Rebecca is passionate about empowering others to rediscover pain-free and integrated movement. Her teaching is supported by her studies in other movement modalities including Yoga, Gyrokinesis, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique, and a broad range of dance styles, including Ballet, Contemporary, Theatre Dance, Tap, and Jazz. She has also studied Kinesthetic Anatomy and Biomechanics of Motion with renowned anatomist Irene Dowd. In her academic studies, Rebecca focused on Psychology, Creative Arts Therapies, and Creative Writing at The New School.

Rebecca works with clients ranging from 10 to 91 years old, of all fitness and wellness levels. She specializes in training dancers, teaching Pilates to professional dancers as well as students from the School of American Ballet and The Juilliard School, among others. By aligning the body and correcting the inevitable imbalances life brings, she is able to help her clients move through life with ever-increasing ease.