About Caroline JohnsonCaroline studied exercise science and psychology at UMass-Amherst. After graduation, Caroline, who is a life-long equestrian, had an opportunity to ride professionally. She soon realized that many of her clients were lacking in core strength and so became a certified Power Pilates instructor in order to provide a more well-rounded program for her students. After the birth of her first daughter, Caroline stepped back from the professional horse world and focused more on Pilates and pre-and post-natal fitness. She developed an umbilical hernia and a large 8-finger diastasis after her 3rd pregnancy, which went undiagnosed by medical staff. Having knowledge of diastasis recti from her Pilates training, she realized that she had the condition but was unwilling to have surgery to correct it. Instead, Caroline looked into programs to rehabilitate diastasis recti. After closing her diastasis and seeing first-hand the dramatic results that can be achieved from following an at-home rehab program, Caroline was inspired to become a Tummy Team endorsed practitioner in order to provide other women with the help and resources to close their diastases and rebuild their cores. Since then, Caroline has earned numerous other certifications in order to provide her clients with the most well-rounded and comprehensive programs possible. In addition to diastasis recti rehab, she also holds certifications in functional pelvic floor therapy and scar release therapy. When she is not in the office, she enjoys training for marathons and keeping up with her 3 active daughters, husband, and Boston Terrier, Mookie. Depending on the season, you can find them hiking, skiing, camping, or catching waves on local beaches.