See What Our TPC Graduates are Doing Now: Part One

At The Pilates Center, it’s our mission to heal the world by empowering people to transform their health and Return to Life through Pilates. And it’s always exciting when we get to see that mission carried out far and wide by our incredible TPC graduates.

Today, we want to highlight two graduates who are sharing their love for Pilates with their communities in Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Meet Everlea Bryant: 

Everlea is a Host Advisor and Assistant Teacher Trainer for TPC, helping to mentor and support Classical Pilates students from her home base in Norfolk, VA. Her Pilates studio, Pilates, Health, & Dance by Everlea, also serves as a Host Studio for TPC. Everlea’s goal is to use her passions to help people improve their overall quality of life. Her studio currently offers Classical Pilates, dance, barre, as well as personal training in the Ghent Square district. “I developed a passion for Pilates while studying dance and started working at a local Pilates studio as a dance teacher while starting my first training program.” Now, Everlea helps clients throughout the U.S. and worldwide connect with mind, body, and soul through a mixture of Pilates, Health, and Dance. “I’ve lived so I can teach and lead from experience.” Learn more about Everlea’s personal journey and find out more about her Pilates studio here.

Meet Moimusa Ahmadu: 

Moimusa is a Host Advisor for TPC, helping to spread the mission of Pilates and its healing art form. Moimusa credits TPC with “creating a culture of learning based on hard work and excellence” that has helped him get to where he is in his life and career. As the son of immigrant parents from Sierra Leone, West Africa, Moimusa wanted to make something of himself and had big dreams he wanted to pursue. He moved to Boulder in pursuit of one of those dreams—to become a World Class Ultra Endurance Triathlete. However, an injury led him to learn more about the healing power of Pilates, and it’s how he made the decision to go back to school for a degree in Sports Medicine. And he was also able to see his dream through and completed his career as a Triathlete (injury free). Now, Moimusa teaches Classical Pilates at George Washington University and worldwide. “As a black man who has experienced being marginalized and stereotyped, I feel honored to be celebrated by my very own.” You can learn more about Moimusa and his work at Guts Pilates & Sports Medicine.

Find out more about our TPC graduates here, and as we look ahead this year, don’t forget that we’ve updated our pricing for drop-in classes, lessons, and packages. Learn more here

About The Pilates Center

The Pilates Center was founded in Boulder in 1990 by sisters Amy Taylor Alpers and Rachel Taylor Segel. The sisters trained under Romana Kryzanowska, Joseph Pilates’ protégé and inheritor of his NYC studio. Amy and Rachel have worked to foster the legacy and tradition of the original, classical method of Pilates while also incorporating a humanistic approach to meet every individual’s needs. For over 30 years, they have made it their mission to heal the world by empowering people to transform their health and Return to Life through Pilates.