Jewish Journal

Nonna Gleyzer: Flex and flexibility

March 7, 2016 | 2:02 pm

Nonna Gleyzer has taken courses in physiology, giving herself a boost as part-trainer, part-physical therapist. Photos courtesy Nonna Gleyzer

Nonna Gleyzer’s West Hollywood Pilates studio has seen the sweat of Natalie Portman, Kerry Washington and a parade of Victoria’s... read full article

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