MELT Self-Treatment Intro Class
with Carol LeMaitre

Saturday January 31st, 2:00-3:30pm


$40 (class size limited to 20 and will fill quickly!)

Learn simple self-care techniques you can use every day to make your body feel better and function more efficiently. Relieve aches and pains brought on by aging and active living. Reduce inflammation, ease chronic neck and low back strain, improve alignment, and learn how to keep your whole body working better.

Join MELT Instructor Carol LeMaitre, for a 90-minute workshop created just for you. We’ll use soft foam rollers and small MELT Hand and Foot Balls to rehydrate the connective tissue throughout your body and make your muscles and joints happy!

MELTThe M.E.L.T. Method® is an innovative science-based self-treatment program that’s being taught in some of the country’s most prestigious health and fitness centers.

Reserve your spot today. And for more information about MELT, go to

For questions: call Carol at 415.648.4911

Carol Lemaitre was first introduced to Pilates in the usual way, as a dancer with a back injury. She made her way to St. Francis Hospital’s Dance Medicine Department, the very first hospital in the world to offer Pilates as part of a rehab program. Carol was so impressed with Pilates’ ability to heal her body that she was inspired to become a teacher.

In 2000, Carol opened Sanchez Street Studios as a one-woman operation while living upstairs with her husband and two sons. From its humble beginning, Sanchez Street Studios has grown to encompass the entire building, with 10 teachers offering classes and private sessions, seven days a week.

Carol finished her original Pilates course with Ellie Herman, completed her Masters at the Pilates Center of Boulder, is PMA certified to teach Pilates and is a full MELTinstructor. With Sharon Gallagher she created Pilates Education Lab, a teacher training program. She is considered a teacher’s teacher and has offered workshops in MELTand Pilates workshops across the country. Carol has been thrilled with the results that she has seen working with the MELT method, both in her own practice and that of her student