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I'm a school teacher, married to a school teacher, raised by school teachers. I have a Masters degree, so when it comes to teaching you how to do something, I have 34 years experience in the public school classroom. I found Pilates 12 years ago with my Mother. We took our first class together. I pursued my certifications when, 5 years ago, my Mother suggested I apply at our local Wellness center, as they were hiring a fitness instructor. I applied, got the job, two weeks later I got certified to teach Mat Pilates. Since the pandemic I've finished my home Pilates studio, complete with a small barrel, platform mat and a reformer. I love Pilates and I want you to love it too!
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I have over 25 years working with women over 40 who have had previous injuries or chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension and orthopedic injuries. As a Pilates Instructor /Personal Trainer I've helped 100's of people successfully reach their goals using exercise as medicine to relieve pain and reduce medications. I'm currently working as a Pilates Instructor Educator. I live in Wake Forest, NC with my husband and two dogs. I have two grown sons, one who is married and lives in Asheville, NC and the other that lives close to us in Raleigh.
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There's a reason why former Financial Times travel writer Rahul Jacob says that Lynda Lippin is the best Pilates teacher he has ever worked with--anywhere in the world. So much more than a Master Trainer, Lynda uses exercise, energy and bodywork as a vehicle for health, healing and wellness. For over 30 years, Lynda Lippin's Pilates clients have trusted her to help them get stronger and function better, with less pain. Whether you suffer from back pain, have a hernia or diastasis recti that stops you from many activities, or simply want to get in better shape in the safest and most effective way possible, Lynda can help.