I first wrote about Robin Solo and her Turning Point Pilates studio back in 2014, and so much has changed since then in just three years that we needed to do an update story. As anyone living in Venice knows, rents are bordering on the criminally outrageous, and Solo has had to move her studio three times due to greedy landlords.
Robin Solo celebrates 10 years in business with Venice, California's only Classical Pilates studio, now with expanded offerings including virtual sessions and nano current facial treatments.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) November 01, 2017
On the heels of its 10th Anniversary, Turning Point Pilates—the premiere and only truly Classical Pilates studio in Venice, California founded by Pilates expert Robin Solo—introduces its new prime location in the heart of Venice at the intersection of Garfield Avenue and world-renowned Abbot Kinney Boulevard. The studio specializes in helping clients master their bodies and health by turning back the clock, essentially defying the aging process so that they look, feel and act younger.
Following social media company Snapchat’s acquisition of several buildings on Abbot Kinney and Venice boulevards, Turning Point Pilates — voted Best of the Westside two years in a row by Argonaut readers — has relocated to 337 Washington Blvd. in Marina del Rey, near the Venice canals. Several other small businesses have also been forced to close or move to make way for Snapchat’s rapid expansion. (310) 217-7630
I just took my first Pilates class ever. And I loved it. It always seemed like a lot of rigamarole for a lady who prefers to do my exercising outside, preferably free and alone on the beach so I can think, with no one yelling at me what to do, in my own world. Classes, equipment, a bunch of other sweaty people ... none of that is really my style. Then one day Robin Solo, owner of Turning Point Pilates in Venice, reached out to me and invited me to come and try a class. I'll pretty much always try something, so I went. And I can still feel it - in a good way...
No L.A. visit is complete without health and wellness activities. Round out your eating, drinking and shopping, with exercise, a massage or an organic juice from the moon. Take a yoga or spin class, or both, at YAS, get your isometrics on at The Dailey Method Venice or do a quick Pilates mat or jump class at Turning Point Pilates. Get an authentic Thai massage at Lamai Thai Massage...