Her studio focuses on Pilates, Core Barre and TRX — all working to get the body in shape.
Come this fall, Goins will be adding Core Suspend to the list of offerings — allowing clients to soar and participate in aerial work.
"You can leverage your own body weight against these straps suspended from the ceiling that challenge your core within every move," she said.
Before clients will fly across the studio, Goins said she will begin private and duet sessions before debuting classes in the fall.
She hopes others will find the joy in Pilates as she has.
"With Pilates, it's been a long journey — 12 years now. I am realigning my spine and balancing my muscles. And that comes with a body that sleeps better and moves with ease. I think the appearance of confidence, even if you're not feeling confident, is important. It's easier on the joints. It's just so good for you," she said.
"Pilates fits my personality better. It focuses on aligning the spine and balancing muscles perfectly around your spine to create ideal alignment. You're constantly moving. It's basically controlled, precise movement all tied to breath. And it spoke to me."
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