Rosalind Moore, Owner of re:Structure
Rosalind Moore began her study of Pilates while recovering from from knee surgery in 2002. Her strength and body mechanics improved dramatically which allowed her to safely pursue other forms of movement where other therapeutic and strength training modalities had failed.
Rosalind attended the Kane School of Core Integration in Manhattan in 2013, where she focused her studies on injury prevention and rehabilitation. She has since furthered her study by attending workshops with leading researchers and teachers in the field, including FAMI (Functional Anatomy for Movement and Injuries) Workshop at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, Scoliosis for Pilates and Movement with Madeline Black, Healthy Necks with Kelly Kane, and Pilates Programming for Breast Cancer Survivors with Dianne Wise.
Rosalind's approach is based on a thorough analysis of each client’s movement patterns, postural habits and a careful review of current and previous injury. Every program is unique and tailored to the client’s specific needs and lifestyle as well as their personal goals. For those seeking an integrated approach, Rosalind frequently collaborates with physical therapists, personal trainers, massage therapists and coaches in order to ensure that all aspects of strength training, mobility and release work are considered in order to progress clients efficiently and safely.
Rosalind previously worked at Mongoose Bodyworks and Kinected where she was also a supervising teacher for the Kane School. She attended the University of Virginia and Parsons, the New School for Design.