Olga Rosenberg

In 1999 Olga graduated with a National Diploma in Musical Theatre and Dance at the Tshwane University of Technology (Pretoria Technikon. Olga was a member of the African Footprint and Free Flight Dance Companies in South Africa and after arriving in London in March 2001, she joined Sakoba Dance Theatre for their Autumn tour as a dancer and workshop assistant. She also joined the Henri Ogvike dance company for their summer season.

Whilst persuing her dancing career Olga established a enormous interest in the conditioning of the human body. This is where her interest in Pilates was founded. Upon returning to South Africa, Olga studied Pilates whilst dancing full time. She qualified as a Pilates instructor with the comprehensive Body, Arts and Science International Certification in December 2002.

Olga taught at various studios in Johannesburg until she saw a gap in the market for a Pilates studio at the Linksfield Hospital. Here, she established herself in the Rehabilitation Centre. After a couple of years she expanded and merged with another studio in Bedfordview and the Olinia brand was formed. Olga bought the studio has built an extensive clientele from elite athletes to those with specific conditions, teenagers to senior citizens, and the general public to public figures.


Sean Redpath

Sean is a BASI trained Pilates instructor that comes from a rich background in the performing arts. He studied Drama at the University of the Witwatersrand as well as Dance and Musical Theatre at the Tshwane University of Technology, from where he obtained a National Diploma in Dance in 2001. It was while studying dance that Sean first encountered Pilates through teacher Debra Gush. After graduating he moved to London where he continued dance training with teachers in the lineage of George Balanchine and Maggie black.

During this time in London Sean continued to take lessons in Pilates as well as the Alexander Technique, the principles of which he incorporates into his teaching of Pilates. Upon returning to South Africa in 2006 he turned his focus to performing, and has been seen in numerous plays, musical theatre shows, as well as roles on TV and film. As an extension of performing, Sean has always been involved in teaching. Over the years he has taught private adult acting and dance classes, group acting classes at the National Children’s Theatre in 2012/2013, and has also been a vocal coach for the last 5 years.

In each of these disciplines Sean incorporates the use of the body with the understanding and strength that Pilates brings. It was this interest in the use of the body coupled with a desire to expand the range of his teaching that motivated Sean to become a Pilate’s instructor.



Sasha Warne

My journey in movement started when I was introduced to yoga at the age of 16. I was in love. When I was living in Dubai, I came across a pilates @ club stretch with Brian ward, on my return to South Africa I started a pilates course with pilates sa, mentoring under Nicole Sinoff for six years, during this time, yoga came back into life. I completed a 200 hour Hatha Vinyasa flow teacher training with Sarah Bentz and Cheryl Duncan in 2012.

I constantly attend as many workshops and conferences as possible. This allows me to keep updated and refreshed with the ever evolving market. I am fascinated by the exploration of the internal world that yoga has to offer and my classes are challenging as well as encourage students to connect deeply into the space of their bodies and breath. My vinyasa classes and workshops are filled with technique and alignment cues for all levels including pregnancy.


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