Azalea is Pilates certified through Body Art and Science International (BASI) with a dance training specialization and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Dance from Loyola Marymount University. She started Pilates at the age of 15 at El Camino College as a requirment for her dance training. Pilates has supported her through rehabilitation of two meniscus tears (one in each knee) and during her post/ prenatal health through three pregnancies.
Pilates by Azalea was established in 2016. After years of teaching Pilates at studios throughout the South Bay area, Azalea decided it was time to start her own studio. Her goal is to create a studio that supports the community's fitness needs while also creating classes that engage the mind. At the studio you will be taught how to use Pilates as a tool to bring awareness to your body and to learn how to move it.
Jenniespent 5 years working as a physical therapist aide at a pelvic floor muscle dysfunction physical therapy clinic. Pilates was the primary focus of rehabilitation at the clinic. She enjoys watching
patients progress from very limited movement to complex movement through taking regular Pilates lessons. Jennie sees firsthand how Pilates truly is a universal exercise; it helps young and old, healthy and injured.
Jennie specializes in teaching stability, improving flexibility, and refining posture for all over better orthopedic and emotional health. Her goal is to teach you how to maximize movement while maintaining good postural alignment in classes