Deborah knows personally the power of Pilates to transform and heal both mind and body. Her introduction to the method began after researching ways to improve her own health and wellness. Pilates provided a comprehensive approach that included physical exercise, concentration, flexibility and breathing. Her practice, which resulted in, improved attitude, increased body confidence and flexibility led her to pursue Pilates training
Deborah is a Certified Instructor, graduating BASI Pilates® Comprehensive Teacher Training Course, in Costa Mesa, CA — recognized as the leading Pilates training program, with a reputation for innovation, dedication and academic excellence. Under the direction of Instructor, Constance Holder, Director of Education, Deborah’s studies include both in-depth academic and practical aspects on the Principles of Pilates, such as; Posture Type Assessment, Customized Exercise Development and Programming for a variety of populations and physical conditions, from beginner to advanced.
She is a trained MELT Method® Hand and Foot Instructor. MELT is a self-treatment that rehydrates connective tissue helping to relieve chronic pain from every day living. She was trained by MELT Method® creator, Sue Hitzmann in 2015.
In 2016, Deborah completed the following trainings and workshops; “Pilates for Men” through BASI Pilates, Primal Movement through Stop Chasing Pain with Dr. Perry Nickelston, Neuroscience & Exercise with Mariska Breland and Inside Bone Health with Rebekah Rotstein. She is also a Post-Rehabilitation Breast Cancer Exercise Specialist through the Pink Ribbon Program.
In 2017 Deborah became a Certified Reiki level 1 & 2 Practitioner. Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.
In 2018, Deborah completed the Z-Health Essentials of Elite Performance course with Dr. Eric Cobb.
In 2019, She completed the Z-Health R-Phase course becoming a Movement Re-education Specialist.
“My deepest intention is to help individuals of all ages and fitness levels become more mindful in their movement and to understand how mind and body can work together for a healthier and happier life.” — Deborah Krutiak