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Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.
Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
After giving birth to two children, it is not easy to get back in shape and I honestly think, that it would have not been possible
She is very sensitive to the health issues one faces and knows exactly what to do and what not to do. At the same time she gently pushes you enough to actually make the big difference. I am now back to the way I was before having the kids - just that now I am even little stronger.
But it is not just the strength and shape of your body, but Charly will also help you adjust for any imbalances in your body.
I was very sad when I moved from Brooklyn and was not able to take her class anymore, but I am still doing a lot from our routine, that helps me stay fit.
She is wonderful!"
She is a great and motivating teacher with a deep understanding for the alignment of the body. It is a p
Something else I really appreciate about Charly is that she's always on time and arrives well-prepared for the lessons. We have done a vary of different exercises and she always mixes it up.
If you want a thorough and professional Pilates instructor, I can highly recommend Charly."
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