Anju brings together professional instructors with diverse training and experience to guide, support and motivate you toward greater well-being. Through well-designed programs and personal attention, we help each client achieve optimal vitality and improve overall health.
Ellen Pfeiffer founded Anju to help people create positive lifestyle changes through fitness and nutrition. Her integrated approach to wellness emphasizes the whole individual.
Ellen’s lifelong enthusiasm for healthy living motivated her studies in multiple disciplines. She holds two Master’s degrees—one in Nutrition, one in Exercise Physiology—from the University of Michigan, is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, a Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, and a Certified Stott Pilates Instructor.
Ellen specializes in therapeutic and rehabilitative fitness and nutrition counseling. She welcomes clients of all ages and abilities, and is known for her careful attention to each client’s personal goals.
Paul Wheeler brings a varied educational background to his Pilates and fitness teaching. He studied and received his certification in Classical Pilates in 2010. That same year, he became a certified Licensed Massage Therapist from the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. He then went for additional education for Orthopedic Massage and Myofascial Release. Paul believes that teaching Pilates and practicing as a Massage Therapist tie into his commitment for health and wellness as both are preventive and healing arts.
In December 2014, Paul earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology from the State University of New York at Brockport.
Paul not only brings a depth of knowledge and expertise to his work with clients, but also a passion and motivation to help them achieve their health goals. Among the many benefits his clients find are increased core strength, improved posture, greater flexibility and decreased risk for injury.
In Paul’s spare time, he enjoys training for triathlons, playing soccer, hiking, and running.