Tennis players get core training, posture education, flexiblity training, and mind-body strength training to improve their game. Injury prevention strategies help you stay in the game. By using pilates and yoga based principles to engage the core and the back to support tennis arm movements, you can develop new power AND protect your shoulder for many more years of tennis!


Jennifer’s knowledgeable instruction and guidance has helped me–a 52 year old man with 35 years of playing and teaching tennis–feel confident to deal with my athletic aches and pains. Thanks to her attention to detail, her understanding of mechanics, I look forward to years more of playing the sports I enjoy. ┬áMy shoulder, my knee, my flexibility, my mobility, have all improved under her supervision. Thank you Jen!”
-Don, age 52, Tennis Instructor

I started jogging a few months ago but it took me awhile to realize
my right shoulder was freezing up. It was only recently when I noticed that I couldn’t apply spin to my serve as I used to when playing tennis. After my first session with Jennifer, I have now regained full rotation in my shoulder and it feels great. I have had my back aches from childhood scoliosis and a posterior spinal fusion surgery 7 years ago. I’ve learned now how to correct my back posture. Jennifer truly understands the fundamental causes of chronic pain and soreness.

-Donald, age 23, Stanford Medical Researcher