Cristina Guglielmino

Her philosophy is the integration and changing the perspective. She is always in search of new possibilities of movement cause she believes that the more you know different possibilities the more you can choose.

She is a professional dancer graduated at the Centre international de Dance of Rossella Hightower in Cannes.
she is a certificate teacher of Pilates method at Polestar Pilates Italy internationally recognized.

Continuous training

Workshop with Alan Herdman 2nd generation pilates method teacher.
Functional anatomy and Biomechanical
Scoliosis and Pilates
Pilates during Pregnancy
Creative Matwork and pilates props
Cardiovascular disease and Pilates
Emotional Anatomy
Fascia and functional fitness CXT and Pilates
The hip and Pilates
Throat and neck:cervical disease and Pilates
Pain and chronic low back pain in the Polestar Pilates contex
Play, Pilates and performance in Pilates contex with Serafino Ambrosio
Fletcher Pilates:towel work barre work floorworl
Kathy Grant school with Blossom Crawford
The Fascia and myofascial techniques with Jim Barners and Cathy Alderson
Low back pain and Gray Technique Institute with Leslee Bender
Michael King technique
Basi Pilates Rael Isakovitz technique
Garuda technique with James D’Silva
Kamagon Pilates
Dispelling myths about the Core with Shally Power (PMA president)
Parkinson and Pilates with Valentin
Te Will Power Method with Stacey Lee Krauss
Franklin Method
The Fascia and the movement with James Earls (Anatomy Trains)
Body through Kinesiology with Madeline Black
Movement of breathing with Madeline Black
Centipede with Isabela Moody
Psoas and lumbar neutral zone with Alice Becker
The Fascia ,Fascia manipulation with Antonio Stecco
TMJ (temporomandibularjoint) with Serafino Ambrosio
Pelvic floor with Brent anderson
Post surgery hip replacement with Brent Anderson
Post surgery spinal fusion with Brent Anderson
Parkinson and Pilates with Brent Anderson
Voice and Pilates with Alice Becker
Pilates for Golf Skiing Riding Tennis Fencing
Pilates for dancers