Rebekah Rotstein is an industry leader in Pilates, bone health and movement education. Based in New York City, she is the creator of the medically-endorsed Buff Bones® system, offered at Hartford Hospital’s Bone and Joint Institute, with trained instructors in more than 30 countries. She teaches and lectures throughout the U.S. and internationally, and has presented at numerous conferences including the Pilates Method Alliance and Pilates on Tour, as well as the International Osteoporosis Foundation Worldwide Conference and the Smith College Women’s Leadership Conference.
Rebekah began her anatomy training in the sports medicine department of Smith College and served as a Senior Expert Instructor at the Kane School in New York City where she was a member of the teacher training faculty. Her ongoing study of the body includes eight cadaver dissections with Gil Hedley at New Jersey Medical School and with John Sharkey at the University of Dundee in Scotland, Fascia Research Summer School at Ulm University in Germany with Robert Schleip, the Functional Anatomy for Movement and Injuries Workshop at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, somatic studies with Amy Matthews, and visceral manipulation through the Barral Institute. Rebekah has been a partner of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and is a visiting instructor at Pilates Anytime.