Kim Finklestein, Founder, MPT

Kim founded Postureworks in 2002 in Santa Monica with the vision to utilize world-class physical therapy techniques and bring clients to their optimal health. After experiencing a severe low back injury herself, Kim discovered a system that helped her avoid surgery and recover quickly. She then trained with international specialists and brought this training back to her team. In addition to her graduate-level physical therapy background, Kim is trained in Myofunctional therapy, Redcord-Neurac, Pilates, Yoga, Gyrotonics, the Mezieres Method and Integrative Body Psychotherapy. 

Working early on in her career with stroke and brain injuries, she discovered the potential of neuroplasticity and the body’s ability to fully recover. Kim has drawn together an enthusiastic and highly-trained staff as well as the latest physical therapy techniques from Norway, France, Germany and the U.S.

Kim earned her BS from UCLA and her Masters degree from USC. She has worked at premier P.T. clinics such as Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic in Southern California, specializing in pre- and post-operative orthopedic injuries for the general population. She has spent over a decade working with Cedars-Sinai Hospital, U.C.L.A. and St. John’s Hospital collaborating closely with neurologists, orthopedists and pain management physicians.


Samantha Anderson has been a movement specialist at Postureworks for over 7 years.  Samantha endured a traumatic hip disorder as a child, which exposed her to the world of physical therapy at a young age.  She developed a love for how the body can heal, and now translates that love of healing into helping others do the same. Samantha is a certified massage therapist from the Institute of Psycho Structural Balancing, a Balanced Body certified Pilates instructor, and a Redcord Active Specialist.  Samantha integrates all these techniques into each session to set her clients up for success, providing greater awareness of their movement habits and how to overcome them. 

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Sarah Court, PT, DPT, e-RYT graduated with a Doctor in Physical Therapy from Mount St. Mary’s University.  She has experience in orthopedic and neurologic settings, rehabilitating patients post-surgery or injury, and managing chronic neuromuscular conditions.  Since 2005, Sarah has been an international yoga teacher and yoga teacher trainer, and developed her own continuing education program for movement professionals. She gives clients the tools to move intelligently, and integrates visceral manipulation, Neurac/Redcord, yoga, and other movement and breathing techniques into her treatments. Sarah has a BA in Art and Architecture from Princeton University.


Elizabeth Myers utilizes her extensive background in movement and manual therapy to improve each clients posture, strength and flexibility.  She received her Bachelors degree in dance from The University of California Irvine and spent over 15 years as a professional dancer before moving into the wellness industry.  She completed her comprehensive Pilates teacher training in 2005 and has since gone on to lead Pilates teacher trainings for Balanced Body. In 2008 Elizabeth completed one of the first redcord ActiveCore programs held on the west coast.Elizabeth is a Yoga Alliance E-RYT 200 and RYT 500 registered yoga teacher.  She began her study of bodywork at The Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing, continuing at The Upledger Institute studying Craniosacral Therapy and the Barral Institute studying Visceral Manipulation.