Pilates: One-to-One by Appointment Only
Holly Bozzelli is a Certified Pilates Instructor with over 25 years of experience. She is also known as a "Second-Generation" Pilates Instructor, by having studied under the tutelage of Joseph Pilates' protege, Romana Kryzanowska, and completing a 600-hour apprenticeship in New York City, in 1998.
- She was trained and specializes in Classical Pilates.
- Holly is specialized in the Pilates Method of Body Conditioning, and focuses on staying true to the method while adapting Pilates to all.
- Holly's teaching approach has evolved over the many years of practice into more of a "Functional Pilates", with the ability to expertly tailor a Pilates session to an individuals unique needs and concerns.
- Holly completed the course Pilates Adaptations for People with Scoliosis, supporting the teachings of the Schroth Method. This course was presented in 2018 by Polestar Pilates, taught by Hagit Berdishevsky, a Schroth-Barcelona Educator.
- Holly also completed Scolio-Pilates program Modules 1 & 2, in June of 2023.
- Holly has partnered with Body in Balance and the Parkinson Life Center to provide accessibility to Pilates to patients with Parkinson's Disease. This program is available upon recommendation by a Body in Balance therapist.
Holly offers One Hour - Private Sessions by Appointment
- A session utilizes various pieces of specialized Pilates apparatus, primarily the Reformer, and includes the teachings of the Pilates Mat Exercises,
- With proper guidance from Holly, these exercises in time can be practiced independently.
For more information, please contact Holly Bozzelli directly
By Phone: (609) 204-6359
By Email: email@example.com
Pilates is a method of exercise and physical movement designed to stretch, strengthen and balance the body. It is an innovative system connecting the mind and body that was developed from the principles of German-born Joseph Pilates. Pilates performed in the rehabilitation setting is very different from that in a gym setting or seen on a video.
Our emphasis is to teach safe exercise while focusing on the coordination of breathing, maintaining the correct spinal alignment, postural elongation, relaxation and reducing overuse of extraneous muscles. With its low impact exercises and emphasis on the abdominal area, patients can work around injuries and physical limitations and prevent injuries from occurring in the future.
This type of exercise may be used as an addition to treatment for a wide variety of medical conditions, including but not limited to patients with:
> Osteoporosis or osteopenia
> Chronic back or neck pain stemming from degenerative disc or joint disease
> Post-surgical procedures
> Pre or post-natal pain
> Neurological conditions such as MS or Parkinson's disease
> Generalized weakness
> General balance problems
Pilates allows our patients to return to safe and gentle exercise and gain confidence.