Ashleigh Mitchell

Personal Pilates Training

I am committed to helping you enjoy “Movement for Life” through Pilates and Functional Movement Re-Education using safe, effective, and transformational techniques. I will work with you and your goals, focusing on your unique needs, to guide you toward your desired results. And we will have fun on the way! By enhancing your body awareness, improving strength, flexibility, posture, body mechanics, and overall fitness you will have the opportunity to live a pain-free, healthy, and active life.  

CERTIFICATIONS

  • Certified Pilates Teacher Training, 1200 hour course study and practical work, Redmond, WA
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology, Brian Utting School of Massage, Seattle, WA
  • Human Anatomy, Cadaver Study, Bastyr University Anatomy Program, Kenmore, WA
  • Certified Yamuna Body Rolling Teacher, Self-Myofascial Release Technique
  • CPR Certified

CONTINUING EDUCATION

  • Pilates and Scoliosis, Core Dynamics
  • Pre/Post Surgery Methods of Movement, The Gentry Technique, Core Dynamics
  • Body Logic, Movement Analysis with Marie Jose-Blom

EDUCATION

B.A. in Environmental Science, CU-Boulder

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Core strengthening while gaining spinal flexibility 
  • Postural training
  • Balance training and joint stabilization
  • Pre and Post surgical exercise
  • Pre and Post Natal exercise 
  • Self myofascial release techniques

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

“After working with Ashleigh, my overall strength and flexibility amazes me! My sense of well being is life altering and I feel healthier and younger than I ever have. I stand up taller, walk with ease & know that I’m adding years to my life.”
- Karen
“Ashleigh is a fun and very knowledgeable Pilates teacher who knows how and when to challenge me.  Pilates HAS improved my life.  And Ashleigh helped get me here.”
- Ron
“I have had three knee surgeries and Pilates with Ashleigh has helped me regain a high level of function without further injury. I am a Physical Therapist and Pilates has totally changed the way I look at how the body moves and how I treat my patients.” - Jamie