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Pilates Trainer

Sara Vincent could dance before she could walk. She began her career locally at Katie’s Dance Studio at the age of four in El Cerrito, Ca. Diligent training in Jazz, Tap, Ballet, and Acrobatics led her to many accredited performance opportunities as a member of Katie’s Dance Company. After graduating from Salesian High School in 2006, she followed her passion to California State University at Fullerton and pursued her dream as a newfound reality. Sara was the selected Graduation Speaker for CSUF College of the Arts where she received a B. A. in Dance, with a minor in Kinesiology.  


After graduating, Sara performed in parades at Disney’s California Adventures and was also a founding member for Fuse Modern Dance Company, with whom she was able to continue her dance career. While located in Southern California Sara spent 3 years in Administrative work where she can easily relate to sitting for 8 hours a day and she firmly believes Pilates twice a week was the only thing that helped relieve the pain and stress.

Putting together her love of dance, minor in Kinesiology, passion for teaching, wealth of experience, and 20 years of learning first hand how to maintain a working artist’s instrument, she decided to pursue certification through Power Pilates in 2013, under Teacher Trainers Lisamay Scott, Sharmila Mitra, Robert Surenbroak and Krisna Hanks. 


With the proper classical training Sara is thankful that this path has given her the best way to reach others who share her passions for health, wellness and movement. Sara began her career as an instructor at two of the top Classical Pilates studios in Orange County, CoreArts Pilates and House of Pilates, igniting her excitement for teaching. 


In 2013, her journey brought her back to the Bay Area, where she enjoys sharing her passion for teaching bodies of all ages. Sara has discovered Pilates as the key to ideal maintenance of the human body, from everyday life to extreme fitness.



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