Herlinda Bryant

West Dundee, IL 60118-2245

Achieve overall Wellness for Mature Adults by learning about healthy lifestyle choices. Refresh and enhance your livelihood and inner-health at any age for women and men. The Benefits of Strength training and Pilates include muscle strengthening and stretching to develop the body’s core, mobilizing the spine, and building agility, flexibility, balance and coordination, thus improving your internal and external body and to motivate and enhance one's self-esteem.

Verified Cert/Training

About Me

Degrees

  • BA, Business, Southwest Texas State University

Years Experience

3-4

Certifications / Trainings

ACE - Certified Group Fitness Instructor
Verified
SCW - Pilates Matwork Small Apparatus Certification
Pending Verification
SilverSneakers - Muscular Strength & Range of Motion
Pending Verification
Unknown Agency - Tai Chi for Arthritis
Agency Unavailable

CPR Certified

American Heart Association
American Red Cross

AED Certified

American Heart Association
American Red Cross

Liability Insurance

  • Hoffman Insurance

Additional Information

Rate

$50.00 / hr

Payment Methods

Cash

Awards & Accomplishments

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish

Gender

Female

2 Reviews

5.0 out of 5 Stars

  • by User on Nov 11, 2011

    Linda works well with people of differing abilities within the class, often saying, "Do what you can.", not wanting anyone to do something that may hurt themselves. She is good at communicating what she wants you to do in a very friendly and open way. She is is very specific in showing and telling the correct mechanics of each exercise and encourages people to 'go a little farther' as they gain strength. Linda is always positive, making the pilates class very enjoyable. We expected the classes to be rather boring and laborious but have found them to be just the opposite.
    David & Julie

  • by Paul James on Oct 02, 2011

    Linda's approach is specifically designed for the attendees. Her Pilates class for Seniors is perfect for our needs - enhancing flexibility and strengthening the core (and staying away from floor exercises that many Seniors cannot do without pain". `