I have always had a love of movement and dance and a fascination with the human body. In my youth I actively pursued Highland Dancing and Cheerleading as a way to embrace this passion. I studied Anatomy at the U of S and went on to NAIT to study as an X-ray Technologist. I loved working with people and being a part of the puzzle in their health journey.
A severe whiplash injury in 2004 forced me to seek many types of medical treatment and eventually led me to post rehab Pilates sessions. Working on the Reformer reignited my love of movement and soon after I began my journey to become a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor (2014).
I am trained to work with people that have Injuries and Special Populations as well as teach Total Barre. I love to work one on one with clients helping them to embrace and refine their Pilates practice and enjoy the energy and challenge that comes with teaching a group class.
I am also a Level 2 MELT Method Instructor and August 2019 completed the MELT Neurostrength training. I incorporate MELT into all my classes and sessions.
In my spare time I enjoy walking, cycling, reading, watching my son play volleyball and spending time with my husband Tim and 3 grown children. I look forward to meeting & sharing my love of Pilates with you and joining you on the journey of achieving a healthier body