June Hah -
Instructor

June first brush with teaching came when her lecturer encouraged her to teach an aerobics class as part of her assignment. She has never looked back since and has been in the fitness industry since 2013.

She started her career in Certis Cisco as a fitness trainer for the army recruits. June started attending spinning classes with her friend and was inspired by the energy of the instructors so she signed up for the Les Mills RPM Training.

June’s life revolves around health and fitness and manages a healthy balanced lifestyle. She believes in healthy eating, with a good balance of exercise and sufficient sleep. In her free time, June still visits the gym and attends classes to get inspiration for her classes.

June gets her motivation from her clients who enjoy the workout. June believes that workouts should always be fun, and of course, safe. Exercising should never be seen as a ‘punishment’, because being able to move is a gift.

Certification / Experiences

Fitness Certified Instructor, Singapore Sports Council
SPINNING® Certified Instructor
Certified CPR + AED Provider, National Resuscitation Council Singapore

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Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas

Gary has an active lifestyle and enjoys kayaking, dragon boating, rock climbing and running. Through personal experience of injuries sustained from these sports, Gary is adamant that one has to move correctly in order to avoid injuries. He strongly advocates having good strength, flexibility and mobility to enjoy life’s daily activities. Gary is always keen to share his experience on how Pilates will help improve overall strength and mobility of the body. He finds great joy when he sees their body enhanced through Pilates. The phase, “Never stop learning to improve” has stayed with Gary since he took up Pilates. He believes that through Pilates, one can understand how our body can be strengthened through effective movement. Besides Pilates, Gary is also Sports Massage trained. He was forced to seek treatments due to joints and muscles ache from the sporting lifestyle he had. When he recovered, his beliefs in complementary therapy grew stronger. Hence, the decision to pursue a Sports Massage diploma to complement his Pilates teaching. Thus far, Gary has helped some of his clients recover from their pains and aches sustained from their active lifestyle and it has certainly encouraged him to continue helping others to achieve the same. Gary aims to help his clients regain a pain free body to enjoy the daily activities in life.
    Ana started her journey with Pilates when she joined The Moving Body as a Customer Service executive in 2011. Whilst here, Ana has witnessed clients that have come in with movement and body alignment issues and after some sessions, they had better posture and felt better moving. This prompted Ana to try out Pilates and she noticed the difference in her body. She realised how Pilates can help an individual tone up, build a strong body and mind. This motivated her to embark on her journey to become a Pilates instructor. As an instructor, she would like to help to clients have a better body awareness that leads to improved body movement and reduce the risk of getting injured.
    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”.