Samantha Lim -

Having experienced backache in her younger days due to bad posture, Samantha decided to try Pilates after learning the benefits from her Chiropractor. After 4 years of practice, she embarked on a journey of discovering Pilates through the eyes of an instructor and being more focused in body awareness.

Using herself as an example of someone who prefers not to “sweat it out in a gym”, she believes that Pilates is an approachable exercise for everyone with different fitness levels.

Certification/ Experience

• Pilates Academy International (PAI) Mat and Reformer Certified
Core Suspend Certified
• Pilates Academy International (PAI) Cadillac, Chair & Barrel Certified
• Pre/Postnatal Pilates Specialist Program (Mat and Equipment)
• MOTR® Trained
• Oov® Pilates Fundamentals and Apparatus Trained


• River Valley

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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

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