“The intriguingly named Backbone and Wingspan Universal Principles of Movement Studio has a Pilates-based approach in its light-drenched loft space for private one-on-one lessons. Driscoll's approach makes a person visibly taller and less hunched-over after a session."
- Time Out New York August 2003
“At this ‘principles of movement’ studio, Tim Driscoll take(s) clients through back-related stretches and exercises, an oft-neglected muscle group…. working with the back and neck, while focusing on the transfer of power from the frontside (chest and shoulders) to the backside. Since this technique focuses on specialized core stability, it can be beneficial to anyone on the fitness spectrum.”
- Metro Sports New York Sept 2006
“Another small and specialized studio is Chelsea’s Backbone and Wingspan. Founded two years ago by former dancer Tim Driscoll, the focus here is on helping clients achieve a ‘back body’ – meaning enviable posture via a strong skeleton and a well-supported spine... customized one-on-one sessions that incorporate elements from Pilates, Feldenkrais, and Bioenergetics.”
- W Magazine June 2005