Instructors

The exceptional instructors at Livermore Pilates Studio are Pilates Certified or Trained by STOTT PILATES® and Polestar®, producing Pilates professionals of the finest quality and integrity. STOTT® and Polestar® intensive certification training programs require several hundred hours of in-depth anatomy, Pilates exercise analysis with current biomechanical and exercise science principles applied, clinical teaching practice, and a rigorous certification exam. A premium Pilates certification process requires several years of education and practice, and costs thousands of dollars. Additionally, all of our instructors maintain current certifications with Continuing Education seminars and workshops on an annual basis, carry professional liability insurance, and are CPR certified.

We are experienced, knowledgeable, approachable, and deliver compassionate care to each of our clients on an individual basis, whether in a private session or a group class. We are experts at helping you achieve your goals by improving your mind and body with a Pilates program customized just for you.

Angelika Voss-Quinn, PT

Licensed Physical Therapist
Polestar® Certified in Pilates for Rehabilitation

Angelika added Pilates to her physical therapy background in 2002. She completed her Pilates certification with Polestar Education under Sherri Betz. Since then she has worked in her own Pilates Studio helping her clients achieve their physical potential. Read more…

Katie

Katie Lindl

STOTT PILATES® Trained in Mat, Reformer, and Chair
STOTT PILATES CORE® Athletic Conditioning and Performance Training

Katie Lindl discovered her love of Pilates when she began training to restore muscular balance and build core strength following rehabilitation of a repetitive-use back injury. Read more…

Elizabeth K

Elizabeth K

STOTT PILATES® Trained in Mat, Reformer, Stability Chair, and Barrels

After enjoying a variety of physical activities as a child and competing as an athlete, Elizabeth K was introduced to Pilates while recovering from an overuse injury. Read more…