Yevett graduated from CU Boulder with a degree in French Literature. On her way to a Master’s degree, she became a mom, forever changing her life. She fell madly in love with her daughters and co- founded their arts integrated elementary school, the Boulder Community School of Integrated Studies, where she volunteered and worked on the steering committee for 10 years to help establish the fledgling school into one of Boulder’s top schools of choice.
Sue was first introduced to the classical Pilates repertoire as a young ballet dancer. Even at a young age she realized how important Pilates was to not only her dancing technique, but every day activities. Her lifelong passion for Pilates lead her to The Pilates Center where she decided to further her Pilates journey as a teacher. When Sue is not teaching or taking class,
Sherena is PMA Certified and a graduate from The Pilates Center Advanced Teacher Training Program. Originally from London, England she moved to sunny Florida in 2006 to continue her career as an Account Director in Advertising. After 12 years in the industry she had reached a point of success that was no longer fulfilling and wanted to make her passion for healthy living her career.
My road to Pilates has been filled with many adventures. From careers in art sales, acting/advertising, playwriting/theater production, cartering/event planning and color consulting, I have learned that the one constant in our lives is our bodies. My own injuries led me to Pilates as a reprieve form pain and a guide to strengthen my body to keep it useful as long as possible.
Leah Wecksler earned her a B.A. from Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington and her Certificate of Completion from The Pilates Center Teacher Training Program in 1999.
As a dancer, Leah first became interested in Pilates as it applied to dance technique, injury prevention and rehabilitation. Leah’s insight in understanding movement patterns and potentials combined with her excitement for passing this information on inspires her clients to be responsible and in control of their own health and well being.