Anna is an NFPT certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor with certifications in fitness nutrition and Zumba fitness.
Movement became a part of Anna’s life at a very young age. At six years old, she began ballet and modern dance training in Hungary, Budapest. She began studying kickboxing at age twelve and became an instructor at eighteen.
Shortly after, Anna attended the Jesszeszenszky Modern Dance Instruction Academy, where she received her instruction credentials. Anna taught in Budapest before settling down in the U.S. in 1999 and has been teaching and training throughout the Los Angeles area for the past 5 years.
Movement and fitness have given her the strength to face life’s adversities, allowing Anna to understand and authentically motivate her clients to achieve their personal best.
Anna’s training sessions incorporate a variety of workout styles, including:
- core work
- weight loss
- dancer’s workout
- boot camp
Individual and group training programs are available. Contact Anna to discuss your goal and create an individual program for a healthier you!
Carlos Frias is a certified personal trainer with 15+ years experience between training in LA & NYC. Through having a highly successful track record of getting results for clients he was featured in fitnessmagazine.com, New York Post, and GQ.com. Not only does he preach his philosophy to his clients, but he also practices it by competing in National Men’s Physique Competitions. He also played Division-1 collegiate and Semi-Professional baseball. With ISCA-Boxing & NASM certifications, Carlos is known to design innovative & fun workouts custom for each individual client.
Carlos’ ability to train many types of clients from strength athletes to men and women of all ages looking to improve their personal health & physiques comes from his passion for fitness. And as an added bonus he is also a certified nutritionist, so he can discuss the right diet for you.
Carlos’ Training Specialties Include:
Pre & Post Natal
Eddy Rioseco received a BFA in Drama at the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University where he was also trained extensively in Ballet and Jazz. Having an innate sense of how the body works, he chose to pursue a career in The Pilates Method. In 2006 he received his full Apparatus Pilates Certification and began teaching at numerous and eclectic Pilates and fitness studios in the Los Angeles area.
Throughout his seven years teaching, Eddy has worked with a broad variety of clientele. Whether it’s a fourteen year old gearing up for tennis or football season, Hollywood actors maintaining their physique, middle-aged professionals staying fit and limber or elderly clients rehabilitating and mastering balance, Rioseco has improved the confidence and well-being of people of all ages. He specializes in lower back injuries and atrophied musculature as a result of inactive and sedentary lifestyles. Eddy has helped clients who have herniated discs, scoliosis and spondylosis strengthen their core and improve flexibility.
The majority of his sessions offer a unique and dynamic approach to identifying any challenges or imbalances in the body and providing the tools needed to correct them. Workouts are lighthearted but intense and focus on greater awareness of your alignment once clients step off the apparatus and into the world.
In 2011, he was honored as Best Pilates Teacher by LA Weekly’s “Best of L.A.” awards. Since, Eddy has continued to expand his education and client base.
Having studied dance since the age of 4, which led to a professional career that has taken me on tours of the United States, Europe and Japan, my body was searching for a physical activity that promoted healing. I took my first yoga class in 1990 and loved it! Not only did I experience physical healing, but also a blissful renewal of mind, body and spirit. I was hooked and had found another passion to complement my dancing. I’ve trained (and continue to train) with some of Los Angeles’ top yoga teachers, and have now been a yoga instructor since 2000, offering both private and group sessions, as well as teaching Tai-Chi. My classes are mixed levels and I try to spend as much time as possible with individual pupils, offering advice on how to make the poses safer, in order to help heal the body of nagging injuries, or to keep healthy bodies finely tuned.
My career as a massage therapist flowed naturally alongside my career as a yoga instructor. Both disciplines deal with, and enhance, the synergy between mind, body and spirit. Since 1992, I have developed a unique blend of body work, intuitively customizing your massage session to release stress and tension, not just physically, but emotionally, as well, which will leave you feeling rejuvenated. As a former dancer, massage was an integral part of my craft. This is also true with athletes, who are looking for ways to keep a competitive edge over their opponents, and to safeguard their bodies from injuries. But it’s also a great way for anyone, no matter their vocation, to release tension that accrues from the existential demands of our daily lives.