An ACE-certified instructor, I have been offering community fitness classes and tips in Paris since 1985. My aim is to provide a multi-level class for those who don't necessarily want to join a gym or to commit to a fixed schedule. I have also worked full-time at the OECD, where I created and managed its social media activity and strategy, and I volunteer at the American Church in Paris, publishing its monthly magazine, and providing tours of the church.
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The classes at the American Church in Paris are open to the community at large, and you don't need to reserve in advance. That said, because of events at the church, sometimes classes get cancelled or moved. So, especially during holidays, it's advisable to check in with the church reception or with me before heading over. No need to bring mats or equipment, unless you'd like to bring a towel to lie on. Do wear comfortable clothes to work out in, and appropriate shoes (except for Pilates). Please make sure to bring your water bottle!
Body Sculpt (total body conditioning) – A toning class that uses light weights and mat work to develop strength and flexibility in the major muscle groups. Pilates principles applied. You will leave feeling strong, stretched, and inspired.
Café-Cardio Intervals – Intervals class of cardio choreography and toning, using light weights and punchy music. Increase endurance and overall strength, and walk out feeling like you’ve been tricked into building up a good sweat. (Why café? We go out for coffee after class!)
Pilates – Strengthen and lengthen the core muscles to develop a tall, open posture and balanced muscle development. This is a classic Pilates approach, at a basic to intermediate level, adapted to the participants. Mind, body, muscle, balance - good combo.