Ronnie opened BodyMap Studio February 2012. A Comprehensively certified Fletcher Faculty Pilates Teacher Trainer,
International Presenter, Director of BodyMap, Personal Trainer and Nutritionist.
After multiple dance injuries, running and cycling injuries and further motorcycle accidents including a punctured lung
and right side paralysis Ronnie turned to Pilates for rehabilitation. Studying extensively with Michael King at The London Institute of Pilates (2000), Stott
Pilates, Canada (2004) and Fletcher Pilates, Tucson, Arizona (2011).
Ronnie has the ideal experience and training to help you to achieve your goals,
be they aesthetic improvement, performance enhancement or corrective exercise and rehabilitation.
BodyMap is a fully equipped state-of-the-art Pilates studio in the heart of London's Waterloo. We have privates, duets and classes daily including Yoga, Pilates & Barre.
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Meredith Anderson is a Fletcher Pilates Professional Teacher, dance instructor, performer and
choreographer. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, she moved to Toronto to complete her Bachelor
of Fine Arts, Honours specialisation in Dance from York University and stayed to pursue a dance
career. She discovered Pilates as a means to maintain her strength and flexibility. Receiving her
Professional Qualification from Fletcher Pilates in 2015 Meredith worked at studios in Toronto.
Meredith recently relocated to London and continues to work with clients to improve their strength,
posture and well-being at BodyMap Studio.
Ruby has been a Yoga, Ballet and Pilates practitioner on and off for most of her life, but always returning to her Pilates practice more often than other disciplines. Eventually she decided to take up teaching Pilates in 2011 in addition to a job in the City. "I believe that the body is the most incredible machine and gift, and that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the full capabilities of movement in their bodies whatever size, age or ability".
Hi I'm Rachael and I first came to yoga to help heal a back injury and quickly started to see a change, both physically and mentally. After 6 years of practicing I decided to share my passion with others and completed my teacher training. Through my yoga teaching I wish to inspire an enthusiasm for your wellbeing, to strengthen your body through a vinyasa flow and help to find your inner calm. With a background in Psychology I aim to bring to each class a balance between both body and mind.
Gwen Lim is from Singapore and a real lover of dance. She became interested in Pilates when by chance, she came across an online article about dancers practising Pilates. She attended classes at various places and was particularly drawn to Fletcher Pilates for its emphasis on the breath, as well as its elegance and precision. Gwen attended her Pilates training in Singapore and became a Qualified teacher with Fletcher Pilates in 2009. Gwen aims to help clients walk taller, breathe deeper, get stronger and move better.
Nick, our registered Osteopath, brings an extensive knowledge in sports injuries and prevention to Bodymap. In Particular he specialises in solving knee pain and injuries. He has worked at numerous sporting clubs and health clinics in both Australia and London. Nick's Osteopathy background allows him to examine the body as a whole and identify adjacent and surrounding areas that could be contributing to your complaint. To ensure best practice, Nick constantly stays up to date with current research and hand picks other leaders in health care to ensure full recovery when referrals are necessary.
Maggie teaches vinyasa flow yoga classes and aims to share the joy and peace of mind and body that yoga gives her. She has been practicing yoga for 16 years and has a particular interest in yoga therapy and Jivamukti yoga. Maggie's classes challenge you at the level that you are at, always with a focus on postural alignment and growing awareness of our bodies. In particular she shares from her yoga therapy studies about how we compensate for weaker muscles by tightening the ones that we already overwork; how to wake up our wider supportive muscles that can help us use our body more optimally; and how to consciously relax tensions in our body.