Amy Dixon

Amy-2014rAmy has been in the fitness industry in Winston-Salem since 1994, working as a Personal Trainer, Post-Rehab and Post-Operative Specialist, Group Fitness, Yoga and Pilates Teacher. Amy received her Associates Degree in Radiology in 1993, and worked in the medical field while obtaining education in the fitness field. She took a leap of faith in 1998 and moved full time into fitness. After years of working in various health clubs, teaching Yoga through Forsyth Tech, and training clients privately in their homes, Amy took another leap of faith! She opened Your Yoga Studio in 2002, then founded Your Pilates Place in 2005. In late 2011, she opened Inner Strength Pilates, accompanied by an experienced, dedicated team of instructors that have taught with her for many years.

Amy holds trainings and Certifications in Pilates, Yoga, Personal Training, Group Fitness, Pilates for Breast Cancer Rehabilitation, Scolio-Pilates, Anatomy Trains, Neuromuscular Reprogramming, NeuroKinetic Therapy, Injuries & Special Populations, Post-Rehabilitative Populations, Pre & Post Natal Pilates, Active Isolated Stretching, Reebok Cycle & Core Board, the Franklin Method, Nutrition & Wellness Consulting, Thai Yoga Therapy, TRX Training, Core Barre, Pilates for Lyme Disease and is also a 2nd Level Postural Alignment Therapist with Egoscue University. Amy is also a Graduate of the Polestar Pilates Transition Program for Comprehensively Certified Pilates Instructors, and is an Educator for Polestar Pilates, teaching her passion for Pilates! Amy is a Certified member of the Pilates Method Alliance, the only certifying agency of Pilates Teachers worldwide.

Amy is proud of her broad educational background, knowing that no one method is for everyone, and oftentimes it takes a blend of therapies to make the impact a client needs, she is therefore able to bring so much variety to her studio.

Amy is the only Pilates Method Alliance Certified Pilates teacher in Winston!

Amy was the featured student on the Egoscue University® Student Spotlight section in February 2011.