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Tuesdays 7:00-8:00 pm HST
Saturdays 8:15-9:15 am HST
Aug 27-Oct 29, 2022
Gain strength and flexibility while developing long, lean muscles. Improve your posture and strengthen your body as you increase core awareness. Learn the specific exercises and body alignment principles outlined by Joseph Pilates. Your teacher provides personalized technique correction and support to all students.
PLEASE NOTE: In-person participants are welcome to wear masks. Please bring your own yoga mat & props if possible (rentals available). If you have symptoms of COVID 19, please refrain from attending. Mahalo!
Molly Philpott is an alumni of James Madison University with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance and a minor in Disability Studies. Throughout her studies, Molly taught dance to diverse demographics, as well as fitness based classes integrating dance anatomy, somatic studies and Pilates based modalities. She grew up in Franklin County, VA where she trained in a studio setting at the Blue Ridge Performing Arts Academy, tucked away in the beautiful blue ridge mountains. Here she gained inspiration from the scenic lands as well as the strong community centric focus which she values and carries into her dance practices. Additionally, she danced for City Modern Ensemble – a professional adult modern dance company with goals of promoting artistic integrity, originality and equality, affiliated with the Roanoke Ballet Theater. While at JMU, she had the privilege of being in many concerts choreographed by students and guest artists, while also having her choreographic work presented as well. She was a member of the Virginia Repertory Dance Company – JMU’s pre professional company, competitively selected and modern based, touring repertoire works throughout Virginia. Through this she was able to work with and perform works by Kiki Lucas, Gregory Dolbashian, Ruben Graciani, Shane O’hara, Stephanie Lupas, Jess Burgess and many more accredited artists. She recently just designed and implemented a dance program at a middle school in South Carolina where she taught for the last year and worked with diverse demographics and gained insights on the power of art in youth. She is so excited to see all the arts Oahu has in store for her in this next chapter.
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