About the Inventor
Yana Blinova is a former Olympic coach, and currently a Lower Back Exercise Consultant in New York City. Her journey to inventing the Pelvic Clock Device started in her native Siberia, where Yana’s parents were coaching elite athletes for the Soviet Union. Following family tradition, she received her Master's in Exercise Science and coached the Soviet Army Rhythmic Gymnastics Team.
As a Lenin Scholar she never imagined coming to the States and teaching Wall Street executives the secrets of biomechanics. Or that explaining the basics of movement to Park Avenue fitness beginners would be just as challenging as coaching the “underdog” Italian national rhythmic gymnastics team to win silver at the World Championship and shine at the Olympic Games in Atlanta!
Yana accomplished all this and much more, overcoming a visual impairment at the age of seventeen to go on to teach rhythmic gymnastics on four continents. Nearly two decades ago, Yana’s doctors recommended an invasive spinal surgery to repair her back injuries and ailments: spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis, herniated discs, lumbar spinal stenosis, and sciatica.
Her knowledge, creativity, and persistence led Yana to invent a tool that would not only make that surgery no longer necessary, but which would also relieve her back pain to the extent that she no longer even needed to use pain or anti-inflammatory medications. Yana achieved all this just by using a little plastic device she first molded in her 40-square-foot kitchen.
She named it The Pelvic Clock Device as an homage to the iconic lessons of Feldenkrais and Pilates.
Now Yana’s remarkable little device, the Pelvic Clock®, is available to you.