Eva Meier | The Line Method

Eva Meier, Owner

Rates and Availability by Request Only.

A born-and-raised DC native, Eva founded The Line Method studio as a space for people to improve their health and wellness through movement. Eva specializes in working with individuals with Hypermobile Spectrum Disorder (HSD)/Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos (hEDS), muscle compensation patterns, postural issues, and chronic pain disorders. Eva believes that fitness should be about more than just running yourself into the ground. Exercise should be an interdisciplinary, holistic approach that focuses on your longevity, sustainability, and individuality. This mentality was borne from her own experiences dealing with HSD which caused her to have intense sciatica and pelvic pain in her early 20’s.  After many unsuccessful rounds of conventional physical therapy, Eva began her journey of self-study, certifications, and mentorships that led her to develop The Line Method studio.

Eva likes to joke that the “method is in the madness.” Your sessions with her will include a myriad of fitness and wellness techniques that can range anywhere from functional strengthening, to fascial release techniques, to somatic breathwork. She bases all of her sessions around how your body looks and feels in that moment of time to help optimize your long term health and goals.

Who does Eva love working with:
– People who enjoy the process
– People with Hypermobility Disorders
– People who love working on the “micro-movements”

Eva Meier | The Line Method

Erin O’Hagan, Instructor

As an instructor, Erin is dedicated to sharing the valuable tools that got her to the healthiest body of her life. Over 25 years, her workouts evolved from high impact to injury prevention, functional strength and sustainable results. Erin’s talent lies in her ability to adapt to client needs eagerly and intuitively, embracing the challenge to research and serve their goals. In her sessions, she always places a strong emphasis on attention to detail and proper form while still respecting how each client moves uniquely. 

Her journey into teaching began after extensive physical therapy, neck surgery and a low back injury. She armed herself with Pilates and every certification she could find that complemented her arsenal of injury prevention. Eager to pass on this knowledge and design classes for the individual, she began teaching in gyms 6 years ago and is now thrilled to be teaching in person at The Line Method.

Erin is here to show her clients how much potential their bodies have while working safely and consistently. Her work at the studio offers hope and empowerment to her clients in a no pain all gain format.


Who does Erin love working with:
– Pre-Natal and Post-Partum mamas
– People with Hypermobility Disorders
– People who need low impact, resistance training 
– People with aches and pains due to sedentary lifestyles

Jennifer Gallegos | The Line Method

Jennifer Gallegos, Instructor

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 loves to work with people one-on-one in a holistic and personal way that can be lost in group classes or bigger spaces. She enjoys helping people work on their movement imbalances and technical skills so that they can move more effectively throughout their day.

Who does Jennifer love working with:
– Performing artists
– Performance based athletes
– People with movement restrictions and imblances

Victoria Icenhower Instructor | The Line Method

Victoria Icenhower, Instructor & Operations Assistant

Victoria’s love of movement began when she herself was undergoing some major health challenges in 2018. She was working in a toxic work environment at the time, and her health was at an all time low. On a whim, she decided to swap out drinks at a bar with colleagues for a beachfront yoga class. She felt so inspired and welcomed by her instructor in the class, that from then on she was hooked.

As she kept up with her in-home practice, she began noticing a major shift in her physical, mental, and emotional wellness. She realized that moving her body brought her much more benefit than just “looking good.” This was what initially drew Victoria to The Line Method studio. The focus on holistic, personalized fitness was very compatible to her own beliefs, and she enthusiastically delved into her Line Method Teacher Training in the summer of 2023.

Victoria loves working with anyone that may be new or intimidated by beginning their fitness journey. She is committed to providing a non-judgmental and comfortable setting for people that want to explore their goals, express concerns, or share previous challenges. She is the exact opposite of a drill-sergeant – using a more supportive and uplifting style of teaching to help her clients achieve their goals and get more comfortable in their movements.

Who does Victoria love working with:
– People just starting their fitness journey
– People looking to destress with movement
– People with pelvic floor weakness or instability
– People who are looking for an alternative to traditional gyms