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Q & A with CFM’s Senior Pilates Instructor Anna Moy

Why are you so passionate about Pilates? “I’m passionate because […]

September 15th, 2014|0 Comments

Are Men afraid of Pilates?

“Most men love sports, which require strength, flexibility, stability and balance—so why aren’t more men flocking to Pilates studios?”

Here at Center For Movement, we’ve experienced this strange phenomenon as well (with exception to some brave souls!)

So tell us boys, what’s the deal?!

          Check out this great article from Pilates Style!

July 31st, 2014|1 Comment

Q & A with CFM’s Melissa Woyshner

Why did you get Certified in Pilates?
Pilates centers both my mind and body. Why not help others feel the same way.

Why are you so passionate about Pilates?
Pilates is like a puzzle for your body it puts all the pieces back together. I always feel longer, leaner and more refreshed after a session.

What’s your favorite/least favorite Pilates exercise to teach?
I absolutely love teaching Spine Stretch Forward and the Saw.

What type of client inspires/challenges you?
I learn from all my clients. I love to see the positive results of all their hard work and dedication.

What profession other than Pilates would you like to attempt?
Yoga instructor

July 24th, 2014|0 Comments

Pilates For the Mind? A Requisite For Happiness?

Looking for more reasons to love Pilates? Take a look at this article we found courtesy of Pilates Tree Magazine.  Enjoy.

May 30th, 2014|0 Comments

I found the right home.

I am working on becoming a certified Pilates apparatus trainer at a wonderful place. It took three years of searching which included spending over 2,000.00 on a program that changed its regiment and training midway and moved its location across the country. But, last month I found the right studio, a classical Pilates studio called Center for Movement.

May 23rd, 2014|0 Comments

Tip from CFM Co-Owner Donna Singer on finding time to exercise

Finding the time to exercise can sometimes seem like an impossible feat with today’s fast-paced lifestyle.   How can you make time to maintain your Pilates Physique? The good news is, because the Pilates and Gyrotonic methods are so effective and specific, the connections that you make create muscle memory and you get more out of your workout. When taught  correctly, the body doesn’t forget what it’s learned. If you do not have time to take a whole class, even a 15 – minute Pilates or Gyrotonic workout will target the entire body while keeping you strong, toned and flexible.


May 2nd, 2014|0 Comments

Co-Owner Elle Jardim shares her fitness expertise with the Journal News.

Ask the Experts!

Our lovely co-owner and director ELLE JARDIM gives her expert advice on how to find YOUR right time to exercise!

“The most important thing is sticking with it, and scheduling it for the same time every day. That’s where I see the most success.” -Elle Jardim, co-owner and director of Center For Movement

Finding the right time for YOU is half the battle, but once you do it can change your life!

See the article online here at

April 30th, 2014|0 Comments

12 Pilates Moves That Will Redefine Fitness for You This Year

BROOKE SILER / HUFFINGTON POST – What does being fit look and feel like to your innermost informant? Is it limited to shape, tone, and size, or is it based on quality of movement? […]

March 28th, 2014|0 Comments

CFM Client Dr. Hilary Reich Talks to Dr. Oz about Aging

Dermatologist Dr. Hilary Reich has been practicing Gyrotonic at Center For Movement for the past 7 years. “Gyrotonic is the greatest gift I can give my body each week. I came to Center For Movement as a pilates student and after meeting with one of CFM’s Gyrotonic instructors, made the transition. […]

March 16th, 2014|0 Comments

Pilates for body and mind

Do your friends want to know why you love pilates? This infographic from clearly depicts the benefits we have been feeling and professing as dedicated pilates practioners. […]

March 16th, 2014|0 Comments