Sophie Ki -

Sophie’s love for Pilates started from a misfortune. She used to dance ballet recreationally until that
hobby was cut short when an injury prevented her from continuing to dance. She then turned to
Pilates as an alternative form of fitness.
Fast forward seven years, Sophie is now a certified Pilates instructor who is also interested in various
movement modalities that complement her Pilates practice and teaching.
Her goal as an instructor is to help clients feel confident about their bodies, and have the freedom to
move and live. She feels energised and deeply satisfied when she can share her methods with her
clients and make a positive impact in their lives.
She holds a BSc in Life Sciences and it became a building block in her interest in human physiology.
She is constantly learning – taking up additional courses like nutrition and specific certification courses
like Franklin Method. She even took a human cadaver dissection course to learn more about human
anatomy and internal systems!
Sophie is available to teach in both Korean and English.

Certification / Experiences

• Modern Pilates International (MPI) - Comprehensive-Training
• Balanced Body Bridge Program Trained
• Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher (NCPT)
• Franklin Method Fascia Trainer for the Lower Back
• Pilatesing Instructor

Areas of Interest:

• Men’s Pilates
• Seniors
• Injury rehabilitation


• Bukit Timah
• 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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