Nadya Summers Lutz
Nadya believes that your mind, body and posture will improve by controlling your breath, finding your proper alignment, strengthening your weak muscles and stretching your tight muscles. She also believes that with consistent pilates, yoga and neuro drils, you will not only see a difference, but will have better health, quality of life, and happiness. Since 2016 she has been incorporating Neuroplasticity into all training with great results. She has been an exercise coach since 1982, training novice to professional athletes.
She regularly teaches at Pilates Body Home and teaches Yoga/Pilates Internationally at Spas around the world.
AFAA Certified Personal Trainer, Group Instructor, Step, Bosu
AFPA Certified Yoga Instructor, Structural Yoga Therapy Instructor
BBU Certified Pilates Mat, Reformer, Apparatus
Biomechanics Method Exercise Specialist
NeurOptimal® Basic Certification
ZHealth Essentials Course
ZHealth R (Rehabilitation and Mobility Restoration)- Phase Certification
ZHealth I (Integration: Vision, Vestibular, & Proprioception) Phase Certification
ZHealth T (Neural Threat Modulation) Phase Certification
ZHealth 9S Structure Certification
ZHealth 9S Strength Certification
Aroma Touch™ Technique Certified
Pink Ribbon Exercise Specialist
Cold Laser Therapy Accupoint Certification
PMA and ACSM member
CPR and Advanced First Aid Certificate
Lexi has been practicing pilates for over ten years. After being injured in a car accident she turned to pilates to build strength, increase stability, mobility, and flexibility when traditional physical therapy did not work. Combining her passion of helping others and her love of pilates, she completed the comprehensive Balanced Body Pilates Certification. Never one to slow down, she then went on to complete her RYT 200 hour yoga teacher training certification and her Level II Reiki Practitioner certification. She has experience teaching both group and private sessions and has worked with a variety of clients of all skill levels, experience and injuries including back and neck injuries, traumatic brain injury, scoliosis, and body imbalances. When not at work, she can be found spending time with friends and family.
Seungah “Sung” Choi’s passion for dance and physical movement encouraged her to study at the University of Calgary, Canada where she gained her Bachelor of Arts in Dance in 2009. Her first introduction to Pilates was during her University years where she was strongly intrigued by the philosophy of Pilates and her interest in the whole body system grew. She completed her Pilates Instructor Training programs through PHI Pilates of Pittsburgh, PA in 2015. She is a certified PMA Pilates Teacher who has taught classes ranging in size from private to large groups in South Korea the last few years at schools, studios and hospitals.
She has lived in four different countries which has given her a better understanding of people from different cultures, backgrounds and learning styles. She uses this knowledge to build connections with and to tailor her teaching style to each individual client. When teaching, she is motivated to help her clients become healthier and happier while finding the balance within themselves. Outside the classroom, she enjoys running, oil painting, and exploring new places. She also loves animals especially her dog, Liz.