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Welcome to the home of Casey Canino, B.A.S.I. Pilates Certified instructor, Foundation Training Level 1 specialist, Z-Health® Movement Performance Specialist, StrongFirst Kettlebell Certified Instructor, and Pink Ribbon Program Trainer. Hailing from Lake Tahoe, CA, Casey's journey into the world of movement began with a passion for dance and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre. However, it was Pilates that truly ignited her path.

Following a year of study in New York City, Casey emerged as a Body Arts and Science International (BASI) Pilates instructor. During this time, she honed her skills and expertise, developing and managing Pilates programs for various studios, including Align Brooklyn in Park Slope. Additionally, she became certified with The Pink Ribbon Program, focusing on Pilates-based recovery for breast cancer patients.

Casey's dedication to holistic well-being led her to pursue certifications in Z-Health Systems, Foundation Training, and StrongFirst, where she achieved kettlebell certification. Her commitment to continuous learning has also seen her obtain Reiki Level 1 certification and challenge herself with Spartan races of various lengths.

As co-founder of PCI, Casey is dedicated to revolutionizing Pilates education, offering a wealth of options and answers born from over a decade of exploration. Her approach blends art and science, exploring mobility, strength, speed, suppleness, and balance from neurological and biomechanical perspectives.

With a focus on enhancing lives through movement, Casey offers a unique blend of techniques tailored to each individual. Whether you're a seasoned Pilates enthusiast or just beginning your journey, Casey is here to guide you towards becoming a trailblazer in the movement industry.


"When I was first diagnosed, Casey offered to do a Pilates session at my home. I had never done Pilates before and fell in love with the movement. Casey was a big part of my strength training going into surgery. I am grateful she has been able to help myself and other breast cancer survivors. She is one talented gem and I am so grateful for her friendship and knowledge of the human body."


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