After spine surgery in 2013, I was introduced to the Pilates Reformer and was instantly hooked. I had found something that could strengthen my core and restore my lost mobility and flexibility. Reformer allowed me to workout my entire body in a safe, yet effective way.
Already certified in physical fitness training, I soon became certified in Pilates and Pilates Reformer. I have found that teaching Pilates & Fitness is an excellent way for me to help others feel better and become more in tune with their bodies. My goal is to help my clients achieve optimal wellness by developing strength, flexibility, muscle tone, and balance. Pilates can be helpful to anyone regardless of gender or age.
In my spare time, I love spending time with my husband, son, and 3 dogs.
Kirsten holds a Comprehensive Pilates Certification. Prior to pursuing her certification, Kirsten graduated from Texas Tech University with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing.
Kirsten was introduced to Pilates in 2010 after a sports injury. She now strives to help others return to health and improve their daily lives through Pilates. Her goal is to have clients leave the studio feeling happy, balanced and strong.
Outside of the studio she enjoys traveling, outdoor activities and volunteering for local animal rescues.
BA, MA, PMA-CPT
Suzanne is a Pilates Method Alliance (PMA) Certified Pilates Teacher (CPT) offering professional Pilates instruction on classical Pilates equipment, including the reformer, cadillac, spine corrector, ladder barrel and Wunda chair. She began teaching mat Pilates in 2012 and completed comprehensive training on the equipment in 2017. In addition to being a devoted Pilates student for more than 20 years, Suzanne also is a lifelong avid runner. She credits Pilates with enhancing her running performance to qualify for the Boston Marathon, as well as improving her overall mind/body health. She enjoys teaching both new and advanced Pilates students alike and sharing her love and knowledge of the practice. When not teaching or practicing Pilates herself, she enjoys knitting, running, cooking and spending time with her husband, dog and three cats.
M. Ed, LPC. E- RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP, CPT
Edna has been a yoga teacher since 2003. She is Trauma Informed Yoga Certified. Edna has taught over 2000 hours of yoga. In addition, she has a Master’s degree in Counseling, she is a Licensed Professional Counselor and certified as a personal trainer. Edna loves the mind body connection that she has been able to experience through yoga. She teaches in an eclectic style. She believes that a healthy body and a healthy mind go hand in hand and yoga is a tool to gain overall wellness. Edna has created workshops for yoga beginners, back strengthening, sun salutations and yoga for survivors of domestic violence/ sexual abuse. She also has experience working with clients that have injuries including amputation, and chronic pain.
As a psychotherapist and yoga teacher Edna has found that she can guide a client that is experiencing pain (mental, physical and/ or emotional) to reconnect to their body using breathing techniques, mindfulness and gentle/ restorative yoga postures. Reminding clients of what they are capable of versus their limitations.
Taylor received her RYT 200 through Black Swan Yoga. Trained heavily in how to teach a powerful Vinyasa flow class. Although she has the ability to lead a powerful yoga class, her 1 year journey as a teacher has lead her in teaching a slower more focused class. This has allowed her to be more mindful of her students bodies and their alignment, helping them develop a better personal practice.
Taylor is interested in having more knowledge of yoga therapy , and the human anatomy in general. One thing she is passionate about is making people feel better physically through movement, so they can continue to do the things they love!