Biomechanics studies are finding that the way you move-including walking, standing and bending-can affect your future mobility and overall health.
Graduated in 2013 as a physiotherapist specialised in neuro rehabilitation. She was introduced to pilates as part of the physio education. She further studied pilates under BASI Pilates, and was certified in 2015. "The influence of pilates with a new bobath concept (one of physiotherapist method for stroke) on a patients with hemiplegia sinistra ec post stroke haemorrhage against the posture” was her pilates research paper. The result of astounding. Her case study’s posture improved and in return, affected his gait.
“In 10 sessions you’ll feel the difference, in 20 sessions you’ll see a difference, and in 30 sessions you’ll have a whole new body”
Inoenk further studied other method of teaching pilates. She was certified under Pilates Academy International in 2017 and Balanced Body in 2018.
Inoenk works with combining her physiotherapist and pilates knowledge to help people move freely without any pain and efficiency daily.