Whitney Salcer-Sulentor is the Reformer Pilates instructor at Back to Function. She works with clients in a private room for 1-on-1 sessions. In 2008, Whitney was certified by the acclaimed Marie-Jose Blom (1,000 hour program) at the Long Beach Dance and Conditioning Studio. She has also been certified by the Postural Restoration Institute for instruction in reformer Pilates. The combination of her extensive training and a decade of teaching makes Whitney one of the foremost experts in the field.
She is also a Nutrition Coach and is certified by Precision Nutrition, an elite group of nutrition coaching professionals. The Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification is the most rigorous and demanding of its kind. Whitney has the training and ability to help people — from all walks of life — reach their health and fitness goals through the power of nutrition.
Whitney is native to southern California and attended Mira Costa High School before getting a scholarship to play NCAA Division 1 volleyball at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Whitney says “I have always had a passion for being healthy through diet and exercise. My desire to learn the body through movement and wanting to be as fit as possible led me to Pilates and nutrition coaching.”
“My love for Pilates has made me want to share my passion with others so they can look and feel their best. I focus on waking up my clients’ deep core stabilizing and pelvic floor muscles. Pilates will lengthen, lean, and tone the muscles from the inside out. Through my practice and athletic background, I have tailored my Pilates for a more athletic approach.”
She takes pride in making sure all her clients feel amazing when they are done with a 45-minute session of Pilates. “Their muscles are awake in areas they did not know they had muscles. My clients feel taller through better posture because of the awareness of the stabilizer muscles being turned on to support their joints and give them that lift.”
Favorite Quote: “Change happens through movement, and movement heals.” – Joseph Pilates
To schedule a Pilates or nutrition session with Whitney please call us at 310-534-1900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.