Exercise Rehab, Certified Classical Pilates Instructor
Foundational Movement, Rehabilitation
Azin’s road map began from her early desire to move with ease and grace and her fascination with the wisdom of the Eastern ancient philosophies which overlooks strengthening and balancing the mind -body- spirit as an integrated unity. Her long-term journey of study and embodiment of the pilates method began with a contemporary approach. However, the discovery and immersion in classical pilates training which shifted her understanding of this therapeutic exercise method and philosophy led to her 2nd certification in “Advanced Program” (1500 hours) at the world renowned The Pilates Center.
She believes her academic background in science, her knowledge of psychology, biomechanics, lifestyle, diet and food choices combined with her passion and intuition about the art of healthy living, has been very beneficial for her clients. Her background in movement includes working as a teacher and dancer in classical oriental dance, Barr et Cel, ballet body conditioning and Eccentric stretch therapy.
Azin enjoys assisting her clients in their healing journey by finding new pathways of movement through education, increasing awareness and repatterning.
In her free time, she finds joy and restoration with movement either with pilates or in nature. She is also an avid reader with an interest in mind body medicine