Our amazing teachers
Co-Owner & teacher
Taylor Howe Fahlstrom
Taylor grew up playing soccer, doing gymnastics and water-skiing. She attended college where she studied psychology and played soccer, leaving college after her freshman year to pursue her dream of becoming a massage therapist and help people heal through bodywork. While in massage school she fell in love with Pilates after experiencing firsthand the physical, emotional and spiritual benefits of controlled movement. After completing massage school she traveled to Thailand where she continued her bodywork training.
When she returned from her travels she completed comprehensive Pilates training through Power Pilates and graduated in 2005, and she has been a full time teacher ever since. Taylor treats everyone as an individual and works with a wide range of ages and abilities. Over the years she has fallen even more in love with Pilates after witnessing so many clients heal and transform their bodies—and their lives—through Pilates. When Taylor isn’t teaching she loves spending time with her husband Jason, daughter Lily, dog Koa and her mom and dad.
Jodi received her comprehensive Pilates certification from Peak Pilates and has been teaching since 2012. She enjoys working with all clients, whether it’s to get a great workout or to help clients meet their specific goals. In her free time, Jodi enjoys spending time with her husband, two sons, and dog.
Kristen started Pilates training in 2005 with Richard Rossiter at Pilates of Boulder in order to keep in shape through graduate school. She has received certification through Richard for all Pilates equipment and mat. As well as being a full-time kindergarten teacher, Kristen has been teaching privates and classes at Rocky Mountain Pilates since it opened in 2005!
Nancy Macri began her long and extensive career as a fitness instructor in 1985 at a small dance studio in New York.
Nancy moved to Boulder in 1990 where she continued to learn and teach every new fitness program that was introduced into the market and has worked at numerous health clubs including RallySport, The Pulse, Lakeshore, Valley Lab, Lifetime and Colorado Athletic Club.
Her vast experience as an instructor has included teaching Aerobics, Step, Spinning, Body Pump, Kettlebells, Aqua, Senior Fitness, Fitball, Barre and Pilates. She is certified as a personal trainer with AFAA, Les Mills Body Pump, Pilates at Rocky Mountain Pilates with Taylor, CPR, along with countless CEC’s and workshops.
Nancy is thrilled to be teaching at Rocky Mountain Pilates and sharing her lifetime of expertise, knowledge and passion for health and fitness with her cousin Taylor.
Lisa recently completed her 500 hour comprehensive teacher training here at Rocky Mountain Pilates after 10+ years of practicing at the studio. She discovered the benefits of Pilates after childbirth and has enjoyed furthering her knowledge of the exercise. She is dedicated to fostering wellness in other’s lives and strives to help clients achieve their goals of improved performance, pain relief, and an increased sense of well-being.
A native of Dallas, Lisa moved to Colorado in 1997 to attend CU and received a BA in Communications and minor in Business. She now lives in Broomfield and stays busy with her husband Dave, daughter Sammie, sons Joey & Dominic, and labradoodles Ginger and Steuben.
Fitness has been a passion for Courtney her entire life. She grew up doing gymnastics and continued her gymnastics career at college, where she got her degree in Health & Physical Education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. As a certified Personal Trainer Courtney trains individuals of all levels and abilities. She also holds certifications in Corrective Exercise, Group Fitness, & Yoga and is a Cheerleading coach and a Holistic Mental Wellness coach. After playing competitive rugby for 15 years, Courtney now runs ultra marathons in the beautiful mountains of Colorado. Courtney credits Pilates for transforming her body awareness and posture and for allowing her to breathe on a much deeper level. Pilates is now an essential part of her training program. She loves empowering people to live happier and healthier lives, and her new found love for Pilates has helped her do that!
Kristin teaches movement awareness, connectivity, alignment, and efficient movement patterns for greater ease, range of motion, stability and core strength.
She has been teaching Pilates for over 18 years at studios, community centers and universities in such places as Columbus, OH, Seattle WA, New York, NY and
successfully owned a Pilates studio in Brooklyn, NY. Most recently has been teaching Pilates and dance at Coker University in South Carolina. She was introduced to
Pilates in her rigorous dance training and the system continued to support her as a professional dancer for over 20 years.
Her Pilates certification is from the PhysicalMind Institute in NY by master teachers, Lesley Powell and Doris Pastuer Hall. Kristin is a Laban Movement Analyst and her certification from Integrated Movement Studies in Seattle, WA. She has been a trainer and consultant for the PhysicalMind Institute and co-developed the
continuing education courses, Circular Pilates and Tye 4. Additionally her demonstrations of reformer exercises can be found on PMI, Deconstructing the
Reformer, PMI’s 2008 DVD.
Kristin loves to study movement therapy, somatics and continues to enrich her Pilates practice. Recently, she has taken workshops on fascia for greater support
with Elizabeth Larkam and presented at the Somatics Dance Conference in Geneva, NY this past July.
Carolyne’s infectious enthusiasm and ability to make any student feel accomplished – regardless of their level of expertise – has made her a sought after teacher and trainer for over 20 years. Her lifelong passion for fitness, dance and movement was sparked by ballet lessons at the age of six. In the ensuing years-after studying ballet for 15 yrs, Carolyne added certifications as a Personal Trainer, lyengar Yoga Instructor, and Nia Technique Black Belt & Teacher Trainer. She is also a Wellness and Lifestyle Coach.
While teaching at the exclusive Rancho La Puerta Spa in 1995, she was introduced to Pilates, and began studying with Pat Guyton in Boulder. She obtained her certification through Power Pilates, and continues her studies focusing on spinal alignment, pain relieving protocols and injury rehab. Carolyne is passionate about educating her students on the “How, What and Why” of Pilates and believes that all bodies-from Moms to athletes- can benefit greatly from practicing Pilates.
Carolyne is thrilled to be a part of the Rocky Mountain Pilates team and excited to be offering Pilates, Funky Dance Fusion, and more!
Julie teaches to the students and energy that shows up for class. Every class is unique and developed as the hour is built through. She offers modifications and advanced options for most postures, and encourages students to work with their limitations to increase focus, commitment and self love.
This awareness practice has a profound impact on your life and will ripple into every area creating growth and change. The gift she receives through helping others love and grow themselves is beyond measure. She looks forward to meeting and practicing with you.
Nikki discovered yoga in 1999 in Atlanta, GA, while teaching Pilates at a local studio. As an ex ballet and modern dancer, she was immediately drawn into the physical and demanding nature of the practice, and after moving to Boulder, she completed Richard Freeman’s 200 hour Ashtanga yoga teacher training at the Yoga Workshop in 2005. Always craving more knowledge, she then went on to complete numerous other teacher trainings, receiving 400+ hours with CorePower Yoga (Power, Hot and Yin) and then another 300 hours in Integrated Vinyasa with Gina Caputo at the Colorado School of Yoga. Nikki’s flow classes are moderately paced, fun and light-hearted, and are appropriate for all levels. She’s known for building her classes to a safe yet challenging peak pose, always warming the body up adequately and allowing each student to work to their appropriate edge.
After experiencing a serious neck injury and living in pain for close to 8 years, Nikki discovered Kaiut Yoga and has never looked back. It completely healed her neck in ways doctors never could, and because of that, she has since dedicated most of her time and energy getting as much training in this life changing method as possible. She has been teaching Kaiut since 2018, and has seen unbelievable results in people of all ages, abilities and circumstances. She will be participating in additional advanced training this summer, as her goal is to share this method with everyone and anyone who wants to live their best life!
In addition to teaching yoga full time, Nikki also has her Masters Degree in Holistic Nutrition, and when she’s not teaching, you will find her spending time with her family (which includes husband Matt, daughter Dylan, 4 dogs and 1 cat!), cooking (and eating!), and shopping in any thrift store she can find!
Hello I am Andrea. I am a Intuitive Energy Worker, E-RYT 200-hour certified Yoga teacher and Yoga Nidra Guide. In all my sessions, either a yoga class or an energy session, we will work together to bring more peace and balance to your energy body. I have a serious passion for holding and creating a space of rest, bliss and peace. Connecting back to our bodies and our wholeness is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. The yoga and energy in my classes will help to provide just that.
Having struggled for years with different autoimmune problems, I went on a mission to continue to find holistic ways to help my body heal. During all my teachings, I really started to appreciate how nourishing rest was in my healing journey. Practicing Reiki/Energy Work, Yoga Nidra, breath work, meditation and gentle yoga on a regular basis was a game changer for me and my body. That is why I am so passionate to share these practices with others.
My yoga classes are for everyone, no matter where you are on your yoga journey. My classes are gentle and include breathwork, Kriyas and different forms of meditation.
Lisa has been working in the healthcare field since 1997 in many roles including physical therapy, nursing, education, and administration. Very early in her career she realized that a holistic approach to healthcare was key in achieving true wellness. Lisa became a Reiki practitioner in 2002 to be able to work with her patients on an energetic level as well as caring for them in the traditional hospital setting as a registered nurse. While working on her Masters in Nursing, she also became a Certified Holistic Stress Management Instructor through the American Holistic Nursing Association and incorporated stress management workshops into staff training at the hospital. In 2020, Lisa finished her certification in healing ceremonies with the Celebrant Foundation & Institute and in 2021, completed her QiGong Teacher Certification with Lee Holden QiGong. The incorporation of Qi Gong allowed Lisa to combine stress reduction, energy work, chakra balancing and meditation into a beautiful practice that she is excited to share with her community.
During a Qi Gong class, Lisa will focus on the breath and how together with stretching, activation and flowing movements, we can alter our mood and shift our energy to experience expanded consciousness and a calming of the body and mind. Qi Gong is a wonderful practice that can decrease your stress levels and increase your positive emotions and energy.
Lisa grew up in Brooklyn, NY and moved to Colorado in 1997. She currently lives in Lafayette with her husband Jaime, her son Jack, and their dog Ollie.
Kristen (RYT 500) turned to yoga and mindfulness at the age of 17 when she was struggling with anxiety and body image issues. It wasn’t long before she noticed a marked improvement of less stress, more confidence and a happier mindset. Her yoga practice made it easier to make healthy choices as she cultivated a deep respect for her body, her life and all life. Now her greatest passion is sharing this transformative practice with others.
Kristen’s group classes are gentle, inquisitive and prop-friendly. She invites space for dynamic stretching, mindful breathing and deep inner-listening. She often draws on eastern wisdoms like Yoga, Buddhism and Traditional Chinese Medicine along with knowledge from the western sciences of anatomy and neuroscience.
Kristen also spends her time making handcrafted, eco-friendly yoga props through her small business, Bolstered (bebolstered.com).
Tanner is a Navy Seal veteran, combat medic, and has completed Holistic lifestyle level one from the CHEK Institute. He incorporates his understanding of performance and resiliency into his program, as well as the balance of the mind, body, and spirit. He spends his time furthering his own understanding of himself and cultivating a holistic approach to life.
The program is a strictly calisthenic workout for 30 minutes. Broken up with short interval breaks. This is a boot camp-style class focused on building endurance, muscle, and willpower. This is a class not only for forging one’s body, but also to cultivate mental resiliency. The movement section will be followed by a 15 minute cool down.
Ashley will always be a student first, teacher second. She has been practicing yoga for twelve years and teaching for six. For Ashley, yoga started as a form of stress relief, it was a place to shake off the day, more accurately give attention to past injuries and become sensitive to subtle movements of the body. Her adventurous spirit took her traveling for three years which broadened her cultural understanding of what it means to be in homeostasis. She’s taught all ages and levels and finds it’s important to make yoga accessible for anyone coming to class.
When not teaching, you can bet you’ll find her Latin dancing, baking or writing a poem somewhere in the woods. She lives in Lafayette and is eager to share and learn within the community.
Maryline Anna Roux
Maryline Roux is an artist, author, athlete, and yoga teacher. She was born in West Africa in Ivory Coast. She left her birth country when she was one year old and spent the first 25 years of her life near Paris with her adoptive family. She moved to the United States in 1993.
Maryline has been practicing yoga for 18 years and teaching it for 15. In 2018, she discovered the Kaiut yoga practice and connected immediately with Francico Kaiut’s method. She completed the three teacher trainings, first in Telluride, Colorado, then in Amsterdam, Netherlands and lastly in 2021-2022, during a six months training on-line, cumulating 600 hours of Kauit yoga training.
When not teaching yoga, Maryline is either training, writing, drawing or hiking. She loves to travel to California to watch her sons play soccer in college.
Lily began her fitness journey in early 2019 when she decided to change her health for the better. She quickly fell in love with how movement and nutrition changed the quality of her life and from there learned the ins and outs of health and fitness. Starting out with bodyweight activity and moving to weight training, she developed a passion for strength and decided to get a certification in personal training through ISSA. Lily loves to help others realize that they hold the power to live their lives to the fullest, and that they can do so in an enjoyable and holistic way.
Lily is a Colorado Native and lives in Broomfield with her husband Kaleb and their cat Spice. Lily loves to cook and bake, be out in the sunshine, and spend quality time with friends and family.
Amy’s background as a competitive gymnast, diver, and cheerleader translated to a lifelong passion for full-body movement, strength, and mobility. She discovered CrossFit in 2012 and was instantly hooked. She enjoys CrossFit training 5-6x/week and loves sharing the functional fitness concepts of Crossfit with others through her bootcamp, HIIT, and strength/cardio classes.
As a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer with various specialty certifications including CrossFit Gymnastics and ACE Cardio Kickboxing, Amy is passionate about helping others experience the self-confidence that comes with feeling healthy, strong, and fit. She loves learning new fitness disciplines and has added pilates to her weekly routine. Outside the gym, Amy enjoys paddleboarding, hiking, snowboarding, live music, and loving life with her husband, daughter, son, and two dogs.
Tamara has been teaching Pilates 20 years. Certified through the Pilates Center of Boulder Colorado in 2003. 1000 hour classical Pilates apprenticeship.
Balanced Body Corealigned certified 2017. Continued education, workshops, tutorials from divergent types of practitioner’s. Working with rehabilitating clients to physically fit.
Tamara observes what the body is saying while listening to her clients. With attention to alignment and movement patterns. Tamara is passionate about guiding and empowering clients to find functional movement. Exploring the way the body moves is endlessly fascinating. That’s where Pilates becomes Powerful!
Christopher was introduced to yoga in 2012 through the P90X program. He was both impassioned and challenged by the physical and mental components of the yoga asana and soon found respect for the tranquility his practice produced within his mind, body and soul. In 2014 Christopher completed his 200 hour teacher training and began teaching Vinyasa flow. Since that time, Christopher has logged numerous hours training in Vinyasa flow, inversions and arm-balances with world-renowned teachers.
Christopher will inspire you to challenge both your mind and body through unique and playful flows, arm-balances and inversions. In Christopher’s classes you will experience ever-changing expansions in practice as he is continuously creating new and imaginative flows.
Adri was first introduced to yoga in a grade school PE class. The connection that she felt to yoga and all of the healing benefits that it offered her were undeniable. In mid 2019 Adri was introduced to the Kaiut Method. After practicing consistently for over two years, Adri was hooked! She could see and feel the healing benefits of this incredible practice both mentally and physically. Adri’s passion for this practice led her to the decision to take a deeper dive into the method and she completed her 300-hour teacher training with Francisco Kaiut in early 2022. She is thrilled to share this method of exploration, healing, and sustainability with those around her.
When she’s not on the mat, Adri enjoys creating intuitive artwork, meditating, cooking, hiking, and spending time with her 3 fluffy cat children.
Ginney took her 200 hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with the Temple of Kriya Yoga in Chicago, many years ago. She fell in love with the benefits of Yoga while training for a Marathon, and she started her journey as a Yoga Teacher shortly afterwards. Ginney has studied Yin Yoga, Trauma Yoga, Energy Medicine Yoga, Grief Yoga, Yoga for Veterans, and Meditation. She is certified in Energy Medicine Yoga and enjoys introducing Energy Medicine Yoga to students at all levels of their yoga practice.
Ginney enjoys teaching Yoga in both a group setting and in 1:1 sessions developed with an individual’s needs in mind, through Zoom and in person.
Pilates along with Yoga has helped me tremendously through my PPMS (Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis) journey. I was doing Pilates prior to my 2015 diagnosis and as I declined over a 4 year period I could barely do anything. I persist in moving my body however much it can and I take care of my whole body. My neurologists are all amazed with the progress I’ve made as this diagnosis leaves you wheelchair bound or bedridden within 18 months. Look at me now. To ensure I can continue to move at whatever level I am at, I continue Pilates training and obtained my 500 hour Yoga certification.
My name is Alexandra; I am devoted to yoga for more than three decades. My regular practice of all kinds of different styles has helped me more than I can express through numerous hard times and difficult situations in my life. My goal is to introduce yoga and my experience with it to others who so far haven’t been motivated to try a class.
Janna is a certified REB3L Groove & REB3L Strength instructor. Dancing and fitness have always been a big part of her life. When Janna entered college and no longer had high school sports or dance lessons to partake in, she felt like a piece of herself was missing. For nearly 10 years, she tried various exercise regimens but was still missing the communal aspect and fun that came along with dancing and playing sports as a team. She discovered REB3L (and the amazing community that surrounds it) in 2020 and was immediately hooked!
Janna finds so much joy in teaching both REB3L Groove and REB3L Strength. She loves working with women to help them grow their confidence and find their inner goddess. She strives to create an atmosphere in class that is welcoming, uplifting and non-judgmental. When Janna is not teaching, you can find her designing pretty packaging, whipping up something in the kitchen, tending to her garden or hanging out with her hubby and animals.
My name is Shannon Kluth. I’ve been teaching group fitness for over 10 years and specifically been teaching Reb3l fitness for the last 6 years. I am certified in both Reb3l Groove and Reb3l Strength platforms.
Why do I teach? I teach to make an impact in peoples lives and build community. I truly believe that movement doesn’t just change your body, it also changes your mind, your attitude, and your mood. Every time I enter the studio, my goal is to have my students leave feeling empowered and exhilarated both mentally and physically.
I fell in love with the reb3l platform because it lifted me up the way I want to lift others up and build their confidence. It’s helped me feel good in my own skin both mentally and physically. I am a happier, better, and more authentic person since being introduced to the Reb3l platform.
Driven by beats, sweat, and community, REB3L® reveals your power, creates confidence, and builds strength through high intensity, fun full body workouts. It’s the most unique and self fulfilling fitness platform I’ve ever experienced and I cherish sharing this with others. Don’t waste another day, I
hope you take the leap, come try my class, and join the Reb3llion!
Kim moved to CO in 2004 from the Chicago area. She has a degree in television broadcasting and journalism, and a Master’s degree in higher education, which brought her to Colorado and is her full-time career. Kim was on the dance team in high school and has always enjoyed music and dance. Aerobics, Zumba, Burlesque, and other dance fitness classes have always been her favorites. After an accident and significant head injury, Kim found the REB3L (REB-BELL) fitness format. Dance and music are known to help stimulate and improve brain function, and one of the reasons REB3L was initially so attractive.
After almost two years of classes, in 2021, Kim decided to become an instructor and is now Level 2 REB3L certified. REB3L is driven by beats, sweat, and community. REB3L® reveals your power, creates confidence, and builds strength through high intensity, fun full body workouts. Kim brings a passion for people, inclusion, entertainment, community, and confidence building to her classes. The only qualification to making someone a dancer is the love to dance. These classes are for everyBODY, no experience needed! Kim teaches the REB3L Groove, Strength and Restore formats.
Kim spends the rest of her time with her family of boys – partner Eldred, teenage sons Ty and Tristan – which includes sports, board games, cards, hiking, biking, road trips or just laughing together.
Gray Carr Bridgers is a certified yoga instructor since 2004 and has studied under Beryl Bender, Baron Baptist, and Anna Forrest. She has over 800 hours of yoga-based teaching training and is also certified in Thai Yoga Massage.
Gray’s teaching techniques are centered on alignment, core strength, endurance, and breath. Her power classes are flow-oriented in a warm room to allow for safe stretching and lengthening of the muscles AND are challenging but fun – delivering the practice of yoga in an enjoyable and relaxed environment. She LOVES teaching beginners as her anatomy/physiology background and overall passion for yoga allow for a compassionate understanding of all things new…
Gray is looking for all to experience an uplifting and invigorating class that will transform and inspire.
Gray is currently studying for her Master’s Degree in yoga therapy and is committed to the study and practice of yoga for the overall health and wellness of her students.
Movement has always been a central part of my life. I began dancing at a young age and was determined to pursue a career in it. In 1989 I attended the University of North Carolina School of the Arts where Pilates was a daily requirement. Upon graduation with a BFA in dance, and while performing professionally in NYC, I began teaching classical Pilates in Princeton, NJ under the guidance of Anthony Rabara, protege of Romana Kryzanowska. In 1994 I moved to Boulder, CO and began teaching at The Pilates Center, as well as directing The Pilates Center’s Teacher Training Certification Program. After 16 years, I left The Pilates Center to help start a new business and raise my two young children.
Pilates has unquestionably kept me both physically and mentally centered and resilient. After experiencing firsthand Pilates’ benefits and seeing the changes it’s brought to my clients, I have deep trust that the Pilates method empowers, improves health and consistently delivers positive results. Launching my youngest off to college this fall, I’m excited to be back in the Pilates community and to be teaching at Rocky Mountain Pilates.