From Garage to New Studio: Petaluma’s Gretchen Andermahr-Iniguez Grows Her Pilates Business

LifeStyles Pilates-6You will learn how this Petaluma mother of three grew her Pilates business from her front living room to a larger Washington street location at 353 E. Washington Street.  She is inviting you to check out her new studio at the Grand Opening on December 12, 2014 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM.

In our interview with the owner of the new LifeStyle Pilates, Gretchen said “I found Pilates in 2005 and have been hooked ever since.”  That was the year she took her first Pilates class. However she was no stranger to health and fitness after working in that business now for over 12 years.  She is a certified Personal Trainer through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFFA), a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN), and a fully certified Holistic Health Coach.

UPDATE: Damaged 8-ton, 26ft-tall Sculpture Sent Across Country to #Petaluma for Repair

UPDATE: September 12, 2014, The Journal Gazette, Museum of Art’s Helmholtz sculpture returns today after repairs. 

Update: September 10,2014 by Keiara Carr, The Journal Gazette, Museum Set To Welcome Back Statue Struck By Car

While it is not positive news that a drunk driver hit this massive sculpture in Fort Wayne, IN, it is a very interesting story when you learn that the city sent this 8-ton 26ft structure all the way across the country to have a #Petaluma artist repair it.  The sculpture was taken apart in August and shipped by truck to local artist Mark di Suvero’s studio in Petaluma, CA.  Further reports indicate that Suvero’s and his team did a great job on the repair.

This is what the sculpture looks like before it was damaged.

Photo article by Alyssa Iverson.
Photo article by Alyssa Iverson.

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