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Originally from Australia, Marina grew up enjoying an active lifestyle. She has always been passionate about health and fitness, qualifying as an aerobics instructor in the early 90s.
Marina started practising Pilates in 2007 at the recommendation of her physio and immediately noticed the benefits. The neck and shoulder pain she had been experiencing, caused by many years working in an office, quickly disappeared and she felt stronger, leaner and more flexible. Marina was so impressed with the Pilates method that she decided to train to become a teacher, qualifying in 2013 with the renowned Body Control Pilates Association.
Since qualifying Marina has continued to develop and expand her knowledge, attending regular courses and workshops. She is qualified in designing programmes for Pre and Post Natal clients, and also those with Osteopenia and Osteoporosis. See more here.
Marina’s classes focus on correct alignment and smooth, controlled movement, aiming to increase core strength and stability. She really enjoys watching her clients progress week after week, and has received very positive feedback on her teaching style from both her clients and mentors. Marina gets huge satisfaction from helping people of all ages and fitness levels to achieve their goals.