www.carmelartsanddesign.com 111 W. Main Street, Suite 140 Carmel, IN 46032
Date: April 5, 2007
Contact: Andrea Stumpf , (317) 571-2790
Exclusive, upscale Pilate’s studio finds home in Carmel Arts District
Brand new Pilate’s studio opened its doors for business in the redevelopment area of Carmel arts District. The studio combines the very best Pilates and cardiovascular equipment with outstanding experience and instructor knowledge to get the maximum results in a beautifully designed upscale studio.
Carmel, IN - April 5th, 2007 -
Senior Pilates Instructor and manager, Kristen Abbott, has taken her 6 years experience and training with Pilates along with her lifetime training of dance to form a studio, Reforming Indy, whose focus is holistic in its approach to the clientele’s total health and wellbeing. Kristen feels that “Pilates improves your strength, flexibility, coordination and most importantly, your mind body connection, which is so easily lost in our society.” The studio is located at 35 east Main Street on the second level of one of downtown Carmel’s newly built buildings and is open and attracting many new health conscience people. “Although the studio is unisex the majority of my clients are ladies because women love the lean and toned look that Hollywood actresses have known Pilates gives you for a while now”. As the popularity of Pilates has exploded studios and instructors have been popping up everywhere, many of them mediocre versions of the Pilates method. It is important to research the training and education of the instructor who is teaching you this complex system, all good qualified instructors will have certification and professional association membership.
About Reforming Indy
The business is run as apart of Movement massage LLC which is owned and operated by Michael Abbott (Kristen’s Husband) who is a qualified therapeutic massage therapist working out of Carmel Total Fitness.
The Pilates business website is www.reformingindy.com
And the phone number is 317.506.1578
Name: Kristen Abbott
Company: Reforming Indy