Eva Meier, Owner
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Certified Personal Trainer
Specialty Reformer Certification
Madeline Black Method
Pilates for Neurological Condition
Over 2500 hours of teaching experience
A born-and-raised DC native, Eva founded The Line Method as a space for people to improve their health and wellness through movement. Eva believes that fitness should be about more than just running yourself into the ground. Exercise should be an enjoyable experience that focuses on your longevity, sustainability, and individuality. This mentality was borne from her own experiences with chronic pelvic pain and sciatica in her early 20’s (at college, no less). After many unsuccessful rounds of physical therapy, Eva began her journey of self-study, certifications, and mentorships that led her to develop The Line Method (and also eventually led her to her diagnosis of Hypermobile Spectrum Disorder).
Eva specializes in working with individuals with Hypermobile Spectrum Disorder/Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos, muscle compensation patterns, postural issues, and instability. She currently still resides in Adams Morgan where she grew up and is excited to be getting married on New Years Eve!
Erin O’Hagan, Instructor
Injury Prevention Specialist
Group Fitness Instructor
Pre/Post Natal Fitness
Nature of Metabolism
Jennifer Gallegos, Instructor
Presley PIlates Mat Certified
Presley Pilates Reformer Certified
Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Jennifer Gallegos is a physical therapist with 10 years of experience treating professional and pre-professional dancers as well as recreational athletes. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico she started dancing at a young age and continued dancing through high school and college where she double majored in biology and dance. Her passion for anatomy, movement, and dance lead her to a career in Physical Therapy.
Jennifer began taking Pilates in college and was immediately drawn to the precision and control of movement. She loved that it complemented her dance training and noticed an improvement in strength and control even after a few sessions. On a trip to San Francisco while on tour she had the opportunity to work with a master teacher which inspired her to pursue teacher training.
Jennifer is looking forward to working at The Line Method to help people move better, more efficiently, and with more confidence. As a PT, she recognizes there is a gap between rehab and returning to regular workouts and wants to address that need in a way that she hasn’t been able to at previous jobs. Jennifer wants to work with people one-on-one in a holistic and personal way that can be lost in group classes or bigger spaces. She works best in a one-on-one manner and enjoys adapting sessions to fit her client’s needs.