- Describe your teaching style: Rambo meets the Dalai Lama.
- Guilty pleasure: Escaping the stress and chaos of life in a warm bubble bath, surrounded by scented candles, listening to a great playlist while sipping cold Champagne in a frozen glass. It is here that I find peace to dream and create.
- If you could go anywhere in the world and teach where would it be? The answer is anywhere my family and friends are.
- Describe your teaching style: I like to know who my students are, know what their goals are, and then set standards in order to help them reach them. I guess I am considered “tough” but I also have a great sense of humor.
- Guilty pleasure: I simply cannot resist buying comfortable hoodies or flip-flops.
- If you could go anywhere in the world and teach where would it be? I have always wanted to volunteer in a place that does not have access to the resources and education that I have been privileged to have.
- Describe your teaching style: I like to think I’m “the nice one” but that doesn’t mean I’m not going to make you sweat your tushies off. I often use modifications to layer exercises so everyone in the class can work to their full potential no matter how long they’ve been doing Pilates.
- Guilty pleasure: I love a good dystopian teen novel. When I read the Hunger Games I started braiding my hair and took up archery (it’s actually really fun).
- If you could go anywhere in the world and teach where would it be? Costa Rica, in an open-air tree house or on a platform on the beach.
- Describe your teaching style: I focus on the form of the exercise. My approach is challenging but conscious about the limitations that everyday and everybody might bring. No matter what the level of the student might be, there is always room for a challenge.
- Guilty pleasure: Not one, but two “guilty pleasures.” Pilates and Ice cream, I need them both to make it work for me. I am not ready to give up either one.
- If you could go anywhere in the world and teach where would it be? Bali would be the place for me. An island that I truly call “paradise” nature has blessed that place with its geography as well as with its people.