Crystal Santin, PT, DPT, OCS, AT
Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Board Certified Orthopaedic Physical Therapist
Licensed Athletic Trainer
Power Pilates Instructor
I WANT TO
I just wanted to take a minute to thank you for all of your help in trying to get this old body into better shape. I always feel so confident when we have worked together and that goes a long way to helping me stay the course. I especially appreciate that you really listen and connect with me and my situation. Knowing that I can regularly get a refresher and know that you will not be judgmental, but always helpful. I look forward to continuing our work together.Betty Garrett
Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency, OSU Sports Medicine 2007-2008
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, The Ohio State University 2004-2007
Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training, The Ohio State University 2000-2004
Comprehensive Pilates Teacher Training, Power Pilates, 2013-2014
Core Mat I and II, Power Pilates, 2013
Reformer I & Movement Principles, Balanced Body Education, 2012
Reformer II, Balanced Body Education, 2012
Reformer III, Balanced Body Education, 2012
APPI Pilates for Rehabilitation: Matwork Level I, Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute, 2011
Foundation and Intermediate Reformer and Matwork, Pendleton Pilates, 2011
My love of Pilates gives me the confidence to move every day.
Crystal Santin, owner of The Body Haus, considers herself lucky to be able to share her passion for intelligent movement with her clients. As an American Physical Therapy Board Certified Orthopaedic Physical Therapist and Licensed Athletic Trainer, Crystal is well-versed in the evolution of the human body as it ages.
Pilates found me.
Crystal was first introduced to Pilates while studying for her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at The Ohio State University. She was intrigued how the creator of the method, Joseph Pilates, was decades ahead of his time. Wanting to experience Pilates firsthand, Crystal began taking private lessons in 2007. She immediately felt a strong connection within her own body. Naturally she began to utilize these new exercises with her patients during their physical therapy sessions, but she realized that something was still missing. In 2010, she enrolled in coursework to become a Pilates teacher. For Crystal this was the missing link to her physical therapy practice. The ability to holistically train the whole body, rather than focusing on a single area of injury was the key to success.
Crystal Santin has completed Pilates education through Balanced Body, the Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute, and Power Pilates which is internationally recognized for its comprehensive 600-hr Pilates training program. With her training and background, Crystal specializes in integrating Physical Therapy with Classical Pilates. She brings an eye for detail to each session, helping clients gain a deeper awareness of their own body.
I believe in a purposeful life.