Fran Hoyte has been teaching movement since 1989 and Pilates since 2003. In parallel, she has been in Clinical Research for 27 years and a former chemist. Her Pilates career started with Power Pilates (2003) and she has been part of the Kane School Teaching Faculty since 2006, and previously part of the Equinox Pilates management team for 11 years, and Power Plate teaching faculty ad hoc. She is a speaker and workshop presenter (including PMA, Swedish Institute, teacher training programs) and has a focus on clinical research, presentation skills, finding freedom in voice and speech for both clinical research professionals and movement professionals, including Pilates teachers. She believes being a teacher means always being a student, and that understanding goes hand in hand with curiosity, exploring, and research. She has continued her own Pilates practice and education with Juliet Harvey, Phoebe Higgins, Kathy Grant, Ron Fletcher, Bob Liekens, Tom Meyers, Kelly Kane, Mary Bowen, and Jill Miller. Fran is the owner of Saugatuck Studios in Westport, CT.
Why should you consider conducting a clinical trial in Pilates, and is there anything stopping you? Let’s make this process easy by breaking down what is involved, and going through it step by step. By conducting study design efficiently and effectively, we can answer important questions for our clients’ health, and continue to move our […]