Ann Ho -
Instructor

As a fitness enthusiast since young, Ann Ho was exposed to the Pilates exercise in 2003. Amazed by how it connects the mind and body plus her interests in human biomechanics, she became an an instructor in order to spread the true benefits of Pilates to others. Ann spent 2 years doing full time training and understudying as apprentice, until she finally got her professional qualifications as a Pilates Method Alliance (PMA) Certified Pilates Teacher in 2008.

She derives satisfaction from seeing her clients having more ease in movement and improved postures as it equates to higher quality of life since they could stay mobile and independent for long.

The quote she always likes to share is “The ranges of motion that you use are the ranges of motion that you get to use in the future”.

Certification / Experiences

• Pilates Method Alliance (PMA) Certified

Areas of Interest:

• Body Awareness
• Lower Back Pain
• Postural Movement Correction
• Rehabilitation
• Scoliosis

Locations:

• Bukit Timah
• River Valley

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