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PRIVATE TRAINING WITH
THE DANAHER METHOD

Catherine's approach is calm, thoughtful and completely personalized to the individual.   The Danaher Method is a three pronged approach to fitness using a signature blend of Pilates, Strength Training and Connective Tissue Release.  Each session with Catherine is unique and will meet you where you're at while supporting the goals you want to achieve.

If you're interested in training with Catherine 1:1, with a partner or in a small group, please schedule a call below.  Catherine will take the time to talk with you about what you're looking to achieve and we'll go from there!

Available Locations:

  • Boerum Hill, Brooklyn @ The Floor on Atlantic Avenue

  • Flatiron, Manhattan @ 27th Street and Park Avenue

  • Virtual Sessions

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In the little over a year I have been working with Catherine and utilizing the Danaher Method (both in classes and on a one-on-one basis), I have increased my strength and mobility above and beyond my expectations. My body has never felt so strong and stable. Her training is not only incredibly effective, it has a unique calming nature as well. I truly look forward to every class with Catherine as I know I will walk away feeling rejuvenated and stronger every single time. 

-Alison Hinsche

TDM is simply amazing! I had muscular tightness from stress that spread from my shoulder to my neck, mid back, and then a tingling and throbbing sensation on my arm. I went to two doctors (urgent care and my primary physician), PT, massages (regular and myofasocial), and acupuncture prior to working with Catherine and she was the best! She worked on me with the myofascial balls and it was the only thing that worked every time I worked with her. She focused on what I needed and proposed different ways of attacking it! Long story short, I no longer walk like Frankenstein's monster but I can actually move and pick up heavy objects now! Highly, highly recommended!

-Richmond Jin

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