in Southfield, MI
Ron Jegadeesh, is the practice owner, and is a Licensed Physical Therapist, PMA Pilates Certified Teacher, Certified Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation Specialist, STOTT PILATES® Fully certified Instructor, Certified GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Instructor. With over 30 years of experience in the rehabilitation of numerous orthopedic and neurological diagnoses. He received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, Bachelor of applied Science in health care management and Master of Business Administration in health care Management. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in Orthopedic and Sports Section. He practices Manual Therapy using Traditional and Alternative methods.
As a physical therapist, Ron’s goal is to provide quality treatment, education and motivation with all his clients. Teaching movement and postural reeducation with a comprehensive core and joint stabilization program, Ron is dedicated to enabling his clients to understand and work with injuries using Pilates and GYROTONIC® equipment. Helping others gain better control of movement in a functional and pain free way to stay physically functional and fit, Ron focuses on a holistic, self-empowered approach to rehabilitation and fitness.
Emy, originally from Buffalo NY, found her love for Pilates while attending Point Park University receiving her BFA in Dance. During school, Emy experienced many injuries which guided her to Pilates and Physical Therapy. The combination of them inspired her to become certified in Pilates to help dancers with similar issues. Emy has trained with various companies such as Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Miami City Ballet, and Complexions Contemporary Ballet. After graduating, Emy moved to Michigan to dance professionally with Eisenhower Dance Detroit. In addition to her professional career, she teaches dance at the School of EDD.
Emy is STOTT Pilates Certified (Level 1) in Matwork, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, and Barrel. She loves to teach her clients how to apply our Pilates basic principles not only to our workouts, but in everyday life. She likes to focus on correct alignment to improve strength and flexibility. Her favorite part about working with her clients is seeing the progress of each individual. She understands the importance of the human body and the mental, emotional, and physical connection necessary to create a positive life!
As a physical therapist, Ron’s goal is to provide quality treatment, education and motivation with all his clients. Teaching movement and postural reeducation with a comprehensive core and joint stabilization program, Ron is dedicated to enable his clients to understand and work with injuries using Pilates and GYROTONIC® methodology on traditional equipments and the mat. Helping others gain better control of movement in a functional and pain free way to stay physically functional and fit, Ron focuses on a holistic, self-empowered approach to rehabilitation and fitness.
Brooke, originally from Wisconsin, is currently a professional dancer, teacher, and trainer in the Metro Detroit area who has recently found a love for Pilates and GYROKENISIS®. As a professional contemporary dancer, she has had many injuries and little access to cross training opportunities for physical therapy. Recently undergoing reconstructive hip surgery, her dance career came to a halt. Post surgery, through GYROKENISIS® and STOTT Pilates training, she not only had a speedy recovery, but also gained additional strength and mobility, allowing her to continue dancing at the professional level.
Brooke is currently a STOTT Pilates Reformer Apprentice, and is continuing her training to be fully certified. She enjoys teaching an upbeat class that is challenging, yet keeps the mind at ease! Movement is her second language and she feels exercise should be fun and rewarding. Brooke likes to focus on proper alignment and giving verbal cues to ensure her clients are firing the proper muscles. Questions are always encouraged to keep the space inviting for people of all skill levels.
A little movement every day can go a long way to keeping a healthy lifestyle!