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It TAKES MORE THAN
A PAIR OF LULULEMONS
AND AN INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT

TO BE A TOP-NOTCH TRAINER OR
BUILD A SUCCESSFUL FITNESS BUSINESS
WITH A STEADY CLIENT BASE.

It takes a solid wellness education, strong business acumen,
and sustainable strategies for growing and scaling what it
took your blood, sweat, and tears to create from scratch.

hey, i’m christina -

I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU’RE SEARCHING FORBECAUSE I TRAVELED THE WORLD TWICE OVER
TO FIND IT MYSELF.

Owning and growing my own Pilates studio was the

hardest thing I’ve ever done. After eight years and

countless roadblocks, I closed up shop in Philadelphia
and travelled to Southeast Asia in search of a smarter way
to run my business and to help others build their own.

EDUCATION - SYSTEMS - EQUIPMENT

that’s what drives success in the Pilates industry - whether you’re
moonlighting, teaching full-time, or opening your own boutique.

And success is awesome, but only if you can sustain it long-term.

No matter where you are in your health hero journey, you’re inevitably stuck in one of these
three places:

YOU NEED THE
RIGHT TRAINING.

It’s hard to find a quality Pilates equipment certification that offers cutting edge curriculum which reflects growing trends in the global Pilates market and gives you the best possible chance for success as a side-hustle savant, professional wellness educator, or small business owner.

YOU NEED THE
RIGHT STRATEGY.

It’s even harder to find a quality business training that isn’t driven by the next best “12-Week Launch Campaign” or other click-bate online course run by someone who’s never actually worked in wellness or owned a wellness business but promises to have your enterprise off the ground in 90 days or less.

YOU NEED THE
RIGHT HARDWARE.

The equipment on the market is oversized and overpriced. Yes,
Balanced Body, your machine dominates the industry – but it weighs a thousand pounds and limits studio space by up to 30%, equally reducing studio and trainer profits by just as much, if not more, in each session. Let’s be real - less space equals less money, honey.

who’s got the time, patience, and budget to figure it out...
And to do so before going broke?