Sandy Gross, Yoga & Movement Educator
Sandy Gross, Founder
Move Well Cleveland founder, Sandy Gross, has spent the majority of her life seeking out the best practices in exercise science, biomechanics, yoga, corrective exercise strategies, fitness recovery methods and many more self therapies. This passion for knowledge and of the human body has driven her to create a mind/body education company that helps clients manage their aches & pains in order to perform better in every aspect of their lives. Whether a professional, college, high school athlete or a desk bound individual working in an office environment experiencing shoulder/back/neck pain, Sandy is teaching her clients the tools necessary to prevent and/or relieve constant or periodic pain.
Some of the training Sandy has gained over a 30 year career includes certifications from OM yoga (E-RYT 500), Yoga Tune Up® (Integrated teacher), Roll Model® Method Practitioner (Teacher Trainer), ACSM/Health Fitness Instructor and Functional Movement Systems FMS screen – Level 2. In 2003, Sandy founded the Evolution Yoga School which became the yoga studio in the region where yoga teachers, fitness pros and sports coaches came to learn about yoga and further their education in mind/body practices.
Since the inception of her first yoga studio, Sandy has had an open minded and interdisciplinary approach to yoga and movement. Adding significantly to her own base of knowledge, she’s produced many of the regions best attended yoga workshops and movement education events annually, since 2003. Even though Sandy no longer leases a yoga studio space, she continues to produce many events each year by hosting the some of the most talented and nationally recognized yoga and movement experts.
Sandy also continues to mentor and teach area yoga teachers by participating in teacher trainings offered at several yoga studios, teaching her signature program, The Yoga In Your Anatomy®.
Most recently, Sandy has worked with the Cleveland Cavaliers (including during their 2016 championship season), Kent State University’s 2017 MAC Men’s Basketball Champions, Kent State University’s 2015 MAC Women’s Soccer Champions and Notre Dame College 2017 D1AA Men’s Rugby National Champions.