ArleneSalomon, is an independent fine artist and longtime resident of Maui with a professional background in Arboriculture and years of volunteer work in Hawaiian conservation, restoring native forests and service oriented backpacking expeditions with the Friends Of Haleakala National Park. Arlene is also a very skilled and sensitive Massage Therapist practicing the traditional art of Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, as well as Sports Massage and energetic bodywork using Zero Balancing® protocols.
Arlene discovered her zeal for Pilates in 2002 and has since become a teacher of teachers. She is a graduate of Vintage Pilates Masters Program, THE WORK™, directed by Jay Grimes, one of the few teachers left in the world who learned the Method directly from its inventor, Joe Pilates. Arlene is a hands-on, intuitive and technical teacher with a deep understanding of biomechanics and how to use the entire Pilates system to address the particularities of each persons body. Her passion is empowering others to connect to the Method and guide students to greater self-discovery and independence as they workout.
Arlene has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in N.Y.C., and is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Art degree in Interior Architecture and Design from Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She earned her Arborist Certification through the International Society of Arboriculture and graduated from the Maui Academy of Healing Arts and is a licensed Massage Therapist, a Certified Member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, a member of The Hawaiian Lomilomi Association, and a certification candidate for Zero Balancing®.
Work With Me
Bodywork and Pilates perfectly compliment each other, I'm excited to share these nourishing practices with you on the beautiful island of Maui.
CHARLEY YOUNG BEACH Intersection of Kaiau Place and Ili Ili Road Kihei, Hawaii 96753