Archives: Pilates Bios

Leilani Miranda, Pilates Coordinator

Leilani has followed her love of movement and athletics to become a Classical Pilates and Barre instructor. A Texas native, Leilani moved to Colorado in 2000 to attend the University of Denver where she pursued a professional figure skating career and earned a BS in Biology. Following graduation from DU, she immediately began her studies […]

Megan McMaster

Training / Education: Pilates Instructor – Absolution Megan Fahey is a Denver native and a lifelong dancer.  She grew up dancing at Colorado Ballet, Cleo Parker Robinson, Hannah Kahn, and The Younger Generation Players.  After graduation Megan continued to dance and started to study and practice aerial acrobatics and began performing throughout the Denver area. […]

Mary Pat Livorsi

Training / Education: GYROTONIC Level I GYROTONIC Level II Pre-Training PhysicalMind Pilates AFAA Personal Trainer Columbia University- BA in Dance   My main philosophy is to help people in any way that I can. I believe that through movement, quality of life can be improved; regardless of one’s body type or physical limitations. Through physical […]

Anne Donely

Training / Education: Classical Pilates- Pilates Center of Boulder, Colorado USPTA Tennis Instructor/ Pro- United States Tennis Association Amateur bike racer and elite Nordic Ski racer (Colorado Champion in Women’s Road Racing)   Won 2010 “Tour de Gilas” & placed 5th at the National Road Biking Championships I get the job done and so will […]

Camille Boyd

Training / Education: B.F.A. in Dance, Fordham University & The Alvin Ailey American Dance Center, New York, New York NASM – Personal Trainer Pilates Sports Center – Pilates Instructor CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach Fletcher Pilates Spine Corrector Integrated Flexibility Training Pre/Post Natal Training Fitness is a way of life and requires the right support to […]

Randy Brooks

Training / Education: Authorized Pre-Intensive Gyrotonic® Trainer Polestar Pilates Instructor It’s all about the experience each time you’re on the apparatus. A lot of our movement starts from youth and we begin to train and move from that into adulthood. Awareness is really important when we’re learning kinesthetic movement. Increasing range of motion, more flexible […]