Joseph Hubertus Pilates combines elements of strength training, ballet,
yoga and acrobatics in his method of body conditioning.
He called his system of movement the art of control.
A trainee’s imbalances are revealed throughout a training session. After
some time and regular training the learner gets to move from a strong
core, which is equally stable and mobile.
Everyone, even athletes, start in the beginner system. After having
mastered pelvic control people are gradually exposed to intermediate
exercises. As students systematically progress through the various
stages, the most dedicated can eventually even master exercises of the
The following Pilates principles are key to form a strong resilient body:
studied Spanish and English philology at Vienna University. For ten years she taught these languages to adults . Within a postgraduate seminar she heard about Pilates for the first time. She was intrigued and tried to train herself with Alyces Ungaro’s Pilates books.
She received her first mat certification in 2007 by Sandra Genzel in Baden. In 2010 she went on to finish her comprehensive training by Power Pilates. After having taught classical Pilates for ten years in her Pilates Mödling studio (group classes on the mat, privates and duets on the classical apparatus), she started teaching from home.
Andrea is constantly visiting continuing education conferences, workshops and webinars. She loves being inspired to do more research on fascia, kinesiology etc. by the following teachers: Lolita San Miguel, Bob Liekens, Peter Fiasca, Kathy Ross Nash, Rebecca Leone, Dorothee Van de Walle, Brook Siler, Chris Robinson, Eric Franklin, Siri Dharma Galliano, Shari Berkowitz, Madeline Black, Alan Herdman und Sonje Mayo.
|TUESDAY||19:00-20:00 pm||BG Keimgasse Mödling (during schooldays)|
|THURSDAY||17:30-18:30 pm||AK ASKÖ Traiskirchen|
Individual lessons and equipment lessons by arrangement!
Entry into the open beginner group lessons is only possible if there is no physical impairment.