Amy founded Studio B Pilates in 2004 after relocating to Wisconsin from New York City where, in addition to pursuing professional dance, she trained in somatic movement and became certified in the Pilates method. Studio B was created as a space for quality movement education with the vision of helping to improve lives by providing a foundation for active lifestyles. Her work is dedicated to addressing sound body mechanics and neuromuscular patterning for optimal function and performance. A Balanced Body Educator since 2010, Amy is also an Associate Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point, where she co-directs the Pilates Education Program in the Department of Theater and Dance. She has taught movement analysis, somatic studies and modern dance at UW-Madison, Lawrence University and as a guest lecturer at various institutions.

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