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JetSet Miami Opens New Studio in Sunset Harbour

Leila and David Centner, founders of the David and Leila Centner Family Foundation Inc. and Centner Academy, are proud to announce they have partnered with JETSET MIAMI, a modern pilates studio in South Florida founded in 2010 by Tamara Galinsky, becoming one of the company’s newest investors and part-owner. The company opened its fourth and largest location on September 29th, 2020, in Sunset Harbour, Miami Beach.

JETSET MIAMI employs a modern pilates method where custom reformers are used to merge strength training, pilates and cardio in a group class setting. The studio creates its own training program and holds training for new instructors every three months. The company has three other studios throughout  Miami, in Brickell, South Miami and Miami Beach. Unlike the other locations, the new studio in Sunset Harbour will feature a large group reformer room and three private/duet rooms. 

“We look forward to what is to come from this partnership,” said Leila Centner, co-founder of the David and Leila Centner Family Foundation Inc. and Centner Academy. “My philosophy has always been centered around the wellbeing of others, and this opportunity is a step into investing in the wellness of people and allows me to play an active role in helping my community.”

“I have learned from my own mistakes that creating good operating agreements with strategic or operating partners from the start is the only way to grow,” stated Tamara Galinsky, founder of JETSET MIAMI. “JETSET is now a business in a box: after ten years in operation, we have learned best practices we can now pass on, which means it is worthy of franchising.” 

In addition to their popular streaming service, “JETSET Miami 18,” designed to workout from anywhere in only 18 minutes, JETSET MIAMI has reopened their three studios and reformers have been spaced apart to respect clients’ personal space, health and safety. Dedicated reformers for JETSET clients means their clients feel safer coming into a group fitness class.


“With the cost of healthcare growing, prevention is key,” said Galinsky. “Staying active and healthy has become mainstream. People also want fast results and convenience – if they want their Starbucks – they can get it on almost every other corner. That is our vision for JETSET. Make it affordable and make it easily available.”


After giving birth to her first daughter in London and not finding a fitness method that worked to help her lose weight, Tamara Galinsky found a local studio that used a pilates reformer to conduct toning and cardio classes. That changed her body and fast. When Galinsky moved to Miami she tried every traditional pilates studio but none of them created the same intensity she was looking for. Thus, JETSET MIAMI was born. In 2010 she opened her first modern pilates studio in South of Fifth in Miami Beach. Self-funded, JETSET MIAMI has grown organically in the last decade. 

JETSET MIAMI studios are located in Brickell at 40 SW 13th St. #504, South Miami at 6448 S. Dixie Highway, and Miami Beach at 110 Washington Ave. The new location is located at 1860 West Ave, Miami Beach. For more information, visit jetsetmiami.com


By ML Staff. Image courtesy of JETSET MIAMI