Meet Bianca Malott 

     I have always been engaged in physical activities from childhood, while in middle school I started to play volleyball. Once I transitioned to High School I also enrolled in the soccer team and joined the gym. I have always enjoyed any physical activities, so once I joined the gym I would take classes such as boxing, spinning even the old fashion steps. Later, I found Pilates that made me feel challenged in different ways. With the intention to decrease my anxiety and learn the skills to strengthen the mind I began to do yoga, a practice that I have been dedicating myself for currently 14 years.

     A few years after obtaining a bachelor degree in International Business & Relations I moved from Brazil to the U.S at a time that the economy had just collapsed, making it hard to land a great job that made me feel motivated and inspired.
     I then made a decision to take my passion for physical activities as a profession. I decided to become a Pilates Instructor due to experiencing the changes of my body by developing a lot more strength by focusing on the smaller and deeper muscle group as well as by being able to be free of knee pain when performing my other activities.
     I was fortunate to train Classical Pilates in NY under the school founded by Romana Kryzanowska who began her studies directly under Joseph Pilates at the age of 17. It has been a privilege to have learned the original Pilates method from instructors who had all their knowledge gained from Romana. To obtain my  Pilates Certificate I devoted 750 hours of practical and theoretical studies.
     In 2012 after having moved from the East Coast to California, I took a Yoga Teacher Training under Annie Carpenter, known as a “teachers’ teacher,” Annie believes that Yoga practice is a remarkable method for learning to steady the attention on what is actually happening in the moment. My yoga teaching skills follow the principle of body alignment as a tool to learn attention and mindfulness as well as to develop body awareness of your biomechanics so one can be wise about how to use their body, learn to respect their current limitations to be injury free, along with a solid and strong physical practice.

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