Jessica began practicing Pilates after the birth of her second child in 2005. Jessica has been an avid exerciser for many years and has done just about every kind of workout, but has found Pilates to be only kind of exercise that helps to correct postural imbalances and improve functional movement.
Jessica has a background in clinical social work and enjoys working with people and helping them to develop a positive mind-body connection. She has completed Balanced Body's Matt Series, Reformer 1 & 2 and Apparatus courses, and is working to obtain her national comprehensive certification.
Lindsey Della Serra is a full time dance educator at Franklin High School in Somerset, NJ. She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts and a Masters degree in Dance Education from the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University. During her time at Mason Gross, she performed in works by Robert Battle, Paulette Sears, Randy James, Doug Elkins, and Shen Wei Arts.
Born and raised in Cranford, NJ Lindsey teaches dance to students ages 3 to 17 years old at multiple studios in Union County. Lindsey has her PMA-CPT in Pilates training. Lindsey is a lover of all things movement and truly believes in the power of arts education.
Alexandra Dalli is an NCPT (Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher). She graduated in 2018 from Rutgers, Mason Gross School of the Arts with a BFA in Dance. Alexandra first fell in love with Pilates after being introduced through her dance training as a teen. While at Rutgers she completed the Polestar 450-hour Teacher Training Program under the direction of Kim Gibilisco and had the opportunity to complete a 65-hour internship under the guidance of Juan Nieto and Blas Chamorro at Polestar Pilates España in Madrid, Spain. She was certified through the Pilates Method Alliance in 2017.. Alexandra’s focus is making Pilates accessible to every body so we can all benefit from the principles highlighted in Joseph Pilates’ work.