Rehabilitative Pilates

Strengthen Your Core!

Build a foundation with Rehabilitative Pilates.

Pilates exercise can transform the efficiency and function of daily movements and promote optimal health and fitness.

Rehabilitative Pilates is a proven, safe and effective approach to achieve this.

Pilates can help you come back from injuries stronger and faster and is the key to prevent future injuries as well.

The intensity and range of motion of Pilates exercises can be adapted to meet the needs of the client.

Learn techniques to incorporate into your movement practice that will help restore, protect, and strengthen your core for life!

If you are interested in utilizing Pilates to achieve better wellness, fitness and movement awareness, contact Core Pilates Dallas to schedule an appointment.

214.449.4800

Marilyn@corepilatesdallas.com

Rehabilitative Pilates Session Fees

$110.00 Single Private Session

$600.00 Package of 6 Sessions

Rehabilitative Pilates Instructors

Marie Chandler  PT, NCPT
Physical Therapist, Polestar Pilates Certified Instructor
 

Marie’s passion has always been to help people improve their mobility and activity with exercise. With her roots grounded in 45 years of practicing Physical Therapy she served in various settings and a variety of roles in hospitals, outpatient clinics, home health and skilled nursing facilities.

As part of a tremendously successful tenure overseeing and developing the Performance Pilates Program at the legendary Baylor Tom Landry Fitness Center since the early 2000s, Marie initiated her fitness training completing the Neuro-Core Kinetic certification in 2004 and a Mat Certification with Power Pilates in 2005. Her first Full Teacher Training Pilates Program was at Pilates Unlimited in 2007.  In 2011, she received her Pilates Method Alliance Certification. Since then she successfully completed the Comprehensive Pilates Transition Certification with Polestar Pilates International in 2015. Currently she is an instructor/educator for the Polestar Pilates Comprehensive certification from 2016-present.

Eager to share and draw on her diverse background she designs programs for individuals with joint replacements, Scoliosis, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease as well as individuals with movement restrictions related to pain in the spine, hips, shoulder etc.

Pilates brings the possibility to help people age in a strong body.

The multidisciplinary approach is designed for women Pre-Post Natal to reclaim their bodies, athletes to perfect their performance and others who strive to improve their posture, capabilities and overall physical presence.

Marie is a Peer Educator with the American Bone Health Organization and serves on their Education Advisory Committee.

Over the years she has attended numerous continuing education work- shops and made several presentations to Physical and Occupational Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant programs in Texas.

For fun and adventure Marie spends time with her husband exploring the state of Texas as they participate in Trail Running throughout the Hill Country, Big Ben National Park, Ft Davis Mountains and Seminole Canyon.

Parmis Rezvani  PT, DPT
Physical Therapist, Polestar Pilates Certified Instructor
 

Parmis earned her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University in 2018 and Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Texas at Austin in 2012.

She completed her comprehensive certification in Pilates Rehabilitation through Polestar Pilates in 2018. She uses this unique, and holistic approach to help a wide variety of clients overcome chronic pain, acute injuries, and kinesiophobia.  Additionally, she enjoys working with all athletes to boost performance particularly Performing Arts Athletes. As a former dance athlete, Parmis understands your body as a dancer and its unique challenges. Parmis has held many injury-prevention workshops for local dance studios and high school dance teams such as the Highland Park Bells and teaches Integrative Pilates lab for Physical Therapy programs in Dallas.

Parmis has a passion for bridging the gap between rehabilitation and fitness. She strives to implement a holistic and integrative method of rehabilitation by coordinating the relationships between mind, body, and spirit to improve quality of life. She places high value in client education, injury prevention, functional training, and health and wellness to assist returning clients to what they love.

Alyssa McCullough  PT, DPT, OCS
Physical Therapist, Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Polestar Pilates Certified Instructor, LSVT Certified
 

Alyssa started her journey as a Physical Therapist in Philadelphia, PA in 2014. She worked in an outpatient physical therapy clinic, which treated numerous diagnoses and varying levels of fitness. Her patient population included deconditioning, post-operative joint replacements, chronic pain, Parkinson’s, moderate to high-level neurological conditions (stroke, TBI), semi-professional/professional athletes, and semi-professional/professional dancers. It was at this clinic where Alyssa was introduced to the reformer and quickly began to integrate Pilates into her plan of care.

In 2020, Alyssa completed her Practitioner of Pilates for Rehabilitation certification through Polestar Pilates and moved to Dallas, TX.  She continues to work as a full-time, outpatient Physical Therapist in Dallas at a clinic with a Pilates reformer.  She also started her career as a Pilates Instructor teaching group classes and private sessions at a variety of studios including Club Pilates and Lifetime Fitness. These experiences opened her eyes to the importance of utilizing Pilates exercises and Pilates principles to improve the quality of life for everybody.

She hopes to create meaningful experiences for every client by using her expertise to develop individualized exercise programs and restorative movements that achieve client goals.

Alyssa maintains her own physical health by running, Pilates, and resistance training. Recently, she has taken up mid to long-distance walking at a moderate pace with her Corgi, Ralph.

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