Jenice Acosta


Jenice Acosta

Jenice finds passion in teaching healthy movement and challenging all bodies to reach their full potential.  Jenice also specializes as a ScolioPilates practitioner and with pelvic floor dysfunctions.  She has studied with Diane Lee DPT in Canada completing a Womens Heath Course in New Perspectives from The Integrated Systems Model for Treating Women with PGP, SUI, POP and/or DRA.

Treating both men and women with diastais to restore function to the deep core musculature through building a better brain map and repatterning the body with proper firing of the deep system. Jenice Acosta is a former professional dancer with a BFA in Dance with an emphasis in Kinesiology from ASU. She brings a varied movement training background from personal training to dance and Pilates, all within a scope of rehabilitation emphasis as well as challenging healthy bodies.

She recently completed pre-med coursework in preparation for a degree in Physical Therapy, but was unable to pursue grad school due to hemifacial spasm that transformed her life. She understands the process from the acute phase of injury to full recovery.

She now combines her training and many healing experiences to teach sound movement skills with Pilates. Working as a Physical therapy aide for 2+ years, she walked patients through injury and surgery to recovery, under the guidance and supervision of Gina Giammanco and Harvey Deustch.