Jos One

Physiotherapy Assistant/ Pilates Instructor

What is your background & training?

I am an ecstatic dancer skilled in various styles, from Latin dances (bachata, salsa) to urban moves (hip hop, dancehall) and traditional forms (flamenco, tango). Additionally, I am trained in karate, muay thai, and chen style tai chi. With a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Human Resources, I transitioned from the corporate world to coaching, first empowering women through knowledge of anatomy, self-care, and intimacy and then empowering all genders through mindful movement using classical Pilates.

What inspired you to choose this career path?

Pilates changed my life, healing me physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. The activities I used to express myself and cope with ADHD were damaging my hypermobile joints. The practice offered me mindful meditation and relief from chronic pain, anxiety, and depression. Not only did my strength, flexibility, and coordination improve, but also my attention span, communication, resilience, and even digestion.

Why do you choose to work at Treloar?

Working at Treloar allows me to bring my expertise to a diverse range of clients and collaborate with the professionals shaping the future of Pilates. Together, we aspire to elevate Pilates from a fitness regimen to a groundbreaking system for Whole Body Health; bridging movement and medicine.

What are you personally passionate about?

My mission is to explore ease and ignite joy in others’ lives. At Treloar, I help clients rediscover activities they love. The ripple effect of Pilates in improving psychological well-being, relationships, and community drives my passion for guiding healing journeys with courage and compassion. I specialise in integrating pelvic health and diaphragmatic breath, forming the core of my trauma-informed approach to movement habits. Beyond Pilates, dance, and martial arts, I’m also enthusiastic about food, fashion, natural medicine, travel, art, conscious community building, and kitty snuggles.