- Q Blog
"The things that are most worth doing are those that don't come naturally. It's the only way to make a transformation."
Allison is a certified Forrest Yoga instructor with over 1500 hours of teacher training experience. She is the National Manager of the Pure Yoga teacher training at Equinox.
“I see fitness as part of a broader health continuum; as a language that any person can learn and customize. And like any language one uses, it evolves with us.”
David is the Vice President of Personal Training for Equinox. He has held certifications with the NSCA, NASM, ACSM, AAHRP, and has been a contributing fitness expert for The New York Times, Vogue and many others.
“How do I recognize great instructors? They're the ones who take me to places in class where I'd never go on my own.”
Carol is the Senior Director of Group Fitness and Pilates at Equinox. She has a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, holds certifications from the ACSM, AFAA, ACE and lectures internationally about health and fitness.
“I love watching my classes grow from a room full of individuals training together to a team of people who know, encourage and support each other.”
Crowned one of the top five instructors in the world by Shape magazine, Jay has taught in over 30 countries across the globe. He was named International Instructor of the Year by IDEA and Can Fit Pro, the two largest associations of fitness professionals.
“Be mindful of what your body is doing at all times. No matter what you're doing physically, staying mentally present in your workout is the real challenge.”
Carrie has been studying Pilates for over a decade and holds three certifications. She developed and launched the Equinox Pilates Institute teacher training program.
“We train the body as a whole, not separate parts. There's no such thing as spot reduction; it's a myth, like unicorns or the Yeti.”
Geralyn is the Director of the Equinox Fitness Training Institute, a proprietary education program for personal trainers. She has a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology and frequently appears on "The Today Show," "The CBS Morning Show" and "The Dr. Oz Show."
“When you're breathing together in a group and there's music playing, you feel like you're part of something beyond just a workout.”
Lashaun is the Creative Manager of Group Fitness and the creator of Equinox's exclusive Conscious Movement classes. She is certified by NSCA, CHEK, and other organizations specializing in yoga, core strength and flexibility training.
Schedule a visit and discover Equinox’s results-oriented approach to fitness, health and lifestyle.
The Call Me Maybe singer will inspire you to mix it up as you take on April. So call us crazy, but give it a listen- it'll Hurt So Good.