Justine Bernard, PT, DPT, Studio Owner

Physical Therapist, GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Exercise Master Trainer

Dr. Justine Bernard began studying GYROKINESIS® Exercise, then known as Yoga for Dancers, in 1994 with Hillary Cartwright while on scholarship at The Ailey School for Dance in New York, NY. She also studied with Juliu Horvath at White Cloud and became certified to teach GYROTONIC® exercise in 1997 and GYROKINESIS® in 1999. She taught at Studio Riverside under the guidance of authorized master trainer Leda Franklin for many years.

In 2003 she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University, read her complete Physical Therapy bio here.

In addition to seeing clients for Physical Therapy and GYROTONIC® exercise privates and duos, Justine teaches a nationally recognized course, GYROTONIC® Exercise Applications for Osteoporosis.


Ellen Barlow

Senior GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Exercise Trainer, Physical Therapy Aide

Ellen Barlow is a movement education specialist with over 30 years experience teaching, designing, and managing programs in fitness, rehabilitation, dance, yoga and other mind-body practices. At Elements she is a certified GYROTONIC®GYROKINESIS®, and specialized equipment exercise instructor.  Ellen is also a certified practitioner and teacher of the Body-Mind Centering® Approach to movement education, and a Registered Movement Therapist with the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association.

While Ellen approaches movement training from multiple perspectives, she engages her GYROTONIC® Exercise clients in anatomical awareness and perceptual-motor learning so they may embody their experiences of improved alignment, strength, flexibility, coordination and balance and apply it to their daily lives. In 2013 she became an ergonomic affiliate with Focal Upright Furniture.  


Utha Callen

Licensed Massage Therapist, GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Pre-Trainer

Utha started training in ballet when she was two years old and came to GYROTONIC® after a dance injury put her in chronic back pain at the age of sixteen. She quickly fell in love with this movement system and in 2011 her desire to keep learning pushed her to start teaching. In a private session with Utha, you can expect to balance technical rigor with finding delight in movement, creating enjoyably challenging sessions that address your needs in a safe, supportive way.  Utha continues to be passionate about learning and has taken many therapeutic application courses, as well as becoming certified on specialized equipment, such as the jump and stretch board, GYROTONER®, and leg extension unit. In 2014 she became a GYROTONIC® Pre-trainer, and shortly after a GYROKINESIS® Pre-trainer.  Complement your exercise practice with a massage from Utha!

Her fascination with the human body inspired her focused premed studies in her BA from Harvard Extension. During this time she became increasingly interested in the fascia, the connective tissue system that winds throughout the body, communicating with every system it touches. In 2017 her desire for more hands-on knowledge led her to enroll in the Ashland Institute of Massage due to their therapeutic focus and training in myofascial release. In her massage practice, Utha blends Swedish, myofascial release, and neuromuscular/deep-tissue therapies to unravel tension and facilitate healing, allowing my clients to find greater range of motion and empowering them to become more aware of and comfortable in their bodies. Her own struggle with chronic pain helps bring compassion and understanding to the table, meeting clients wherever they may be that day. She is currently continuing her education with additional training in John Barnes myofascial release and advanced myofascial trainings with Til Luchau.


Zahra Carpenter

Certified GYROTONIC® Trainer

Zahra Carpenter is a native Washingtonian. Her love of dance led her to graduate from Duke Ellington School of the Arts. She has performed all over the Washington Metropolitan area and toured internationally in Hong Kong, China, and the Netherlands. After gaining this international performing experience, she developed her love of teaching starting with summer youth dance programs. This led her to excel in both performance and teaching by completing a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Modern Dance/Dance Education from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
She currently is a Director-at-Large for the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science. Zahra is immersing herself in cultivating ways to heal dancers while diversifying the dance science culture, starting with introducing the GYROTONIC® Method to minority dancers. Her goal will be to use the GYROTONIC® Method and dance to heal both physically and mentally, with a whole-person approach focused on mental health and eating disorders. At Elements, working with Zahra will awaken your inner dancer to feel the joy and healing of movement.

Julia Curry

Licensed Massage Therapist, Senior GYROTONIC® Trainer and GYROKINESIS® Pre-Trainer, Certified MOTH Aerial Yoga Teacher

Julia started work at Elements in 2012 as the practice manager. She began the teacher training process for both the GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® methods in 2013. Since then Julia has become a teacher trainer (“pre-trainer”) in both methods, certified in all specialized equipment, and many advanced and therapeutic courses. She was initially drawn to the work to manage her chronic knee pain and lower body stiffness from running and cycling, but has stayed with it because of the lightness and greater ease it brings to all her movements. Julia’s goal is to help clients find a greater ease in their own movements and more joy in their bodies by engaging in exercise that is fun as well as challenging and therapeutic.

In 2016, wanting to learn more about musculoskeletal anatomy, Julia enrolled in the professional massage training program at Potomac Massage Training Institute in Silver Spring, MD. There she studied Swedish and deep tissue massage, myofascial release work, and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. In 2019 she attended the Functional Anatomy for Movement and Injuries Workshop at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, which consists of physician-led lectures and a human cadaver lab. She also studies Reiki practice with Reiki Master Christina Hritz and is currently pursuing training in Thai Massage therapy. 


Michele Fry, PT, DPT, L.Ac, MSTOM, E-RYT500

Physical Therapist, Certified GYROTONIC® Trainer

Michele Fry utilizes a bio-psychosocial approach in her sessions drawing from several different movement disciplines and manual therapy techniques. Movement based therapy is a key component of her approach, and you can expect sessions to include yoga, breath work, Pilates and the GYROTONIC® Method.  Manual techniques include, acupuncture, cupping, Gua Sha, mobilization of muscle, joint and fascial restrictions. She sees adult patients with orthopedic and neurological conditions, as well as conditions related to women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction and/or gastrointestinal issues.

Dr. Michele Fry has been practicing yoga since 1994, & teaching since 2001.  She holds both a Doctor of Physical Therapy from The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences, and a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, CA.


Lisa Grimmer, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist, Certified Pilates Instructor, Certified GYROTONIC® Trainer

Dr. Lisa Grimmer brings a love of fitness and movement to her physical therapy practice. She has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings, with rotations at Inova Mt. Vernon Rehabilitation Hospital in the inpatient neurologic department, and George Washington University Hospital and Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital in the outpatient orthopedic departments.

Her 10 years of experience as a personal trainer inform her physical therapy practice, finding exercise interventions that translate to real life activities. She has additional certifications in Pilates mat, pre/ post-natal exercise, and barefoot balance training.  As both a former ESL teacher in Japan and Personal Training Master Instructor, Lisa appreciates that her patients have different learning styles. She works with each patient individually to find the program and approach that best fits each person’s needs.

Lisa finds joy in helping her patients achieve their goals and find sustainable solutions to continue their wellness journey beyond therapy.


Teresa Gill

Certified GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Exercise Trainer, Certified Pilates Instructor, MOTH Aerial Yoga certified, TRX® certified

Teresa Gill has been involved in movement and fitness since her introduction to ballet and jazz at the age of three. After 10 years of dance, she picked up high school sports and weight lifting, which opened her opportunity to combine graceful movements from years of dance with the strong athleticism of sports.

Teresa found the GYROTONIC® Method 2008, when she managed a fitness and wellness studio in Bethesda, but only pursued the movement further after a severe hamstring injury from aerial dance. She chose GYROTONIC® exercise as her rehab and has since been motivated to share this amazing modality, along with GYROKINESIS®, with others whether coming from injury or just looking for a feel-good fitness routine!

As a lover of movement, and of all the exercises she has tried over the years, she feels the GYROTONIC®  & GYROKINESIS® Methods offer some of the best cross training, achieving a balance in the nervous system, muscles, and skeletal frame through the combination of dance, tai chi, yoga and swimming.

In classes, Teresa incorporates her dynamic background to offer a fun and cohesive movement session that addresses the full body. She believes there is wellness through movement, and her desire is for every student to walk out of class feeling better.


Christina Hritz

GYROTONIC® Master Trainer, GYROKINESIS® Pre-Trainer, Certified Pilates Instructor, Physical Therapy Aide

Christina “Chrissy” Hritz, a former dancer and lifelong mover, first discovered the GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® exercise techniques in 2005. Since then she has worked with a wide range of clients, having witnessed healing and transformation, pain reduction and prevention, and the freedom through movement that GYROTONIC® exercise can provide. In addition to her multiple trainings, she has also studied in-depth the Therapeutic Applications of GYROTONIC® exercise and is certified on the Ladder, Archway, GYROTONER® and Leg Extension Unit.


Angela Ingram

Certified GYROTONIC® Trainer

Angela Ingram, originally from Pittsburgh, PA, is a life-long dancer and has taught dance for the past 20 years. Angela built her dance experience through training in New York City, then became interested in Afro-Cuban and Afro-Brazilian dance, upon seeing how folkloric dance influence contemporary dance styles. She traveled to Havana, Cuba and Bahia, Brazil several times, studying the folkloric (Orisha) dances of Cuba as well as rumba, salsa and son, and folkloric (Orixa), samba, and samba-reggae dances of Brazil. 

In the DC area, Angela continues her studies in Flamenco and other folkloric dance techniques, modern jazz with Maurice Johnson, and modern and ballet with Danilo Rivera.  Angela has taught at the U.S. House of Representatives, Office of Naval Intelligence, DC Dance Collective, Flow Yoga Center, George Mason University, George Washington University, Joy of Motion Dance center as well as many middle and highs schools in the DC area. She has performed at Fiesta Latina at the White House for President Obama, and in several dance companies. She lectures and choreographs on stories of Afro-Brazilian and Afro-Cuban dance, as well as the anthropological relationships of rhythms and dances to contemporary dance styles and Musical Theater.  She applies traditional and folkloric techniques, and her experiences to her instruction of the GYROTONIC® Method, Ballet, Modern, Fosse and Luigi-styles of Jazz.  Angela encourages her clients to reach a higher quality of movement, and connect with the experience of the technique they are bringing to life. She recently became a Certified GYROTONIC® Instructor in 2021 and is thrilled to be taking clients at Elements Center. 


Catania James

Certified GYROTONIC® Trainer

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Catania has been a lifelong dancer and fitness enthusiast. Her official dance class journey started when she took her first dance class at age 12 in Phillipa Schyler Middle School of the Gifted and Talented in Brooklyn, NY. Under the guidance of Ms. Carol Lonnie, Catania was introduced to Horton technique modern dance, tap, West African dance, jazz and ballet. Since then, she has learned and taught additional dance styles such as Latin social dances (salsa, merengue and bachata), flamenco and sevillanas. In December 2017, Catania was finally able to start her lifelong dream of dancing en pointe under the tutelage of Daniel Catanach. It was through learning how to sew pointe shoe ribbons and elastic onto new pointe shoes from Juliana Nagy, a former GYROTONIC® instructor at Elements, that Catania was introduced to the GYROTONIC® movement. After experiencing a few sessions, feeling how it alleviated her own lower back tightness from running and ballet class, Catania decided to take part in the GYROTONIC® teacher training offered in April 2021.
Catania would like to use the GYROTONIC® system to help people of all shapes and sizes feel more comfortable in their bodies. Her additional goal is to be able to teach the GYROTONIC® method in Spanish, French, German and Catalan since her undergraduate degree is in Language and Culture from Purchase College, State University of New York. She has lived abroad in Germany, France and Spain and plans to return to Spain in the near future.

Stephanie Leon

Senior GYROTONIC® Trainer and GYROKINESIS® Pre-Trainer, MOTH Aerial Yoga Teacher, Certified Pilates Trainer

Stephanie has taught Pilates since 2013 and is a Pretrainer in both Gyrotonic® and Gyrokinesis® methods. She is certified in all the specialized equipment, Therapeutic Trilogy course, Gyrotonic application for Dancers, Osteoporosis, Psoas principles, and many more Gyrotonic advanced courses.
She enjoys using imagery to explore Gyrotonic concepts and to develop a deeper understanding of movement and body awareness for each unique person.
Book a Private Gyrotonic or Pilates session or Group class with Stephanie.

Paula Marie

Senior Pilates Trainer, Certified GYROTONIC® Trainer

Paula Marie is a Pilates Trainer/Fitness/Dance Instructor. She is originally from North Carolina, and has more than 20 years of Dance and Theater experience. Her journey began dancing professionally for Chuck Davis’ company,  The African American Dance Ensemble, as well as teaching Dance and Theater Movement within the school system. She has managed fitness programs and facilities at the commercial, private and government levels for the past 15 years.
She then began her own company, DanzeFit, a combination of her love of dance and fitness. Her love for Pilates beckoned her to open own Pilates studio in 2007. From there, Black Girls Do Pilates 2 was born. Paula Marie enjoys connecting her dance background to the body in a natural and rehabilitative way using the GYROTONIC® Method. With dance, Pilates, and the GYROTONIC® Method, Paula helps connect her clients body, mind and soul.

Tracy Monaco Reid

GYROTONIC® Master Trainer, GYROKINESIS® Pre-trainer, Certified Pilates Instructor, Physical Therapy Aide

Tracy’s career in body movement and fitness began while earning a B.F.A. in dance from Western Michigan University.  Luckily, the dance department had the foresight to introduce dance majors to the Pilates Refomer, which instantly intrigued Tracy.  After moving to NYC, working at Pilates Style Magazine, and enjoying a professional dance career she continued her training and received certifications in Pilates mat work and all the specialized equipment.

Following certification Tracy took the exam to become a PMA (Pilates Method Alliance) certified instructor.  The Pilates system proved to be a great tool in helping maintain stability, flexibility, and overall health not only for a professional dancer like Tracy, but for individuals from all walks of life.


Caroline Rocher

Certified GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Trainer

Caroline Rocher Barnes trained at the Conservatoire de Montpellier in France, the Rudra Béjart Art School in Lausanne, Switzerland, and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center. In 1999, Mrs. Rocher Barnes joined The Dance Theatre of Harlem under Arthur Mitchell’s mentorship, was promoted to soloist in 2000, and then principal dancer the following year. Her professional career extends to the Bavarian State Ballet in Munich, Germany, the Lyon Opera Ballet in France, and Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet in San Francisco. In 2001 Mrs. Rocher Barnes was named “25 to watch” in Dance Magazine. She has been on faculty at the Citydance Conservatory, the Washington School of Ballet, and the Metropolitan School of The Arts. Mrs. Rocher Barnes has worked as an adjunct professor at George Mason University and Prince George’s Community College. She is part of the Alonzo King Lines Summer Program Faculty.

Mrs. Rocher Barnes holds a certification in the GYROTONIC® & GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®, and in the Progressing Ballet Technique®. She is an ABT® Certified teacher who has successfully completed the ABT® Teacher training intensive in Pre-Primary through Level 5.

Mrs. Rocher Barnes graduated Summa Cum Laude from Saint Mary’s College of California with a BA in Performing Arts, and she is currently an MFA candidate in Dance at the University of Maryland, College Park.


Sabrina Shapiro, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist, Certified Pilates Instructor

Sabrina Shapiro is local to the DMV, where she was born and raised in Takoma Park MD. She studied classical Ballet at the Washington School of Ballet before earning her undergraduate degree from Marymount Manhattan College where she double majored in dance and biology. She has danced professionally in New York, Washington DC and Israel and has over 10 years of experience teaching Pilates.
Dr. Shapiro earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from The George Washington University and completed her clinical experiences primarily in orthopedics and pelvic health. She is passionate about incorporating her movement background into patient care and improving the lives of her patients. Her interests lie in orthopedics and pelvic health, and she is working on pelvic health specialization.

Jessi White, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist, Dance Medicine Specialist

Dr. Jessi received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in 2015. She is a Licensed Physical Therapist in Washington DC and Maryland. Dr. White is a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist utilizing dry needling in addition to manual mobilization techniques, biomechanical evaluation, therapeutic exercises and activity re-training in her treatment sessions.

She has 25+ years of dance training and performance experience with extensive knowledge of Pilates mat and reformer, yoga, and floor barre. Dr. White became a PBT (Progressing Ballet Technique) certified instructor in 2017 and specializes in treating performing artists providing injury prevention screening, strength/conditioning training, and backstage PT during performances. She continues to take dance classes for both fitness, and to stay connected with the local dance community.

“My treatment philosophy is that people are more than their injury. By taking the time to learn about each person, how they were injured, and what their goals are, I work in partnership with my patients to find the right interventions to get them back to doing what they love. I strive to empower every patient to manage their health and mobility goals independently when away from the clinic. This is achieved through continual patient education and encouraging communication & feedback.”


Hope Wolfe

Senior GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Pre-Trainer

Hope Wolfe has been in love with movement since the age of 4 when she first began dancing. She received her B.A. in Dance Studies from Appalachian State University and has continued to dance professionally periodically since attaining her degree. This led her to discover Pilates under the tutelage of Marianne Adams and Rebecca Quin during her time at Appalachian State. It was here that she pursued her Pilates certification, becoming a 3rd generation classical instructor in a lineage descending from Romana Kryzanowska. She is comprehensively trained in both mat and apparatus.

Hope’s passion for movement and her continued desire to learn led her to the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®. She is now a certified GYROTONIC® Level 1 and GYROKINESIS® Instructor. She is Jump Stretch Board and Archway Certified. She has also completed other continuing education courses including Gyrotonic® Applications for Osteoporosis and GYROTONIC® Psoas Principles, to dive deeper into her GYROTONIC® and Pilates practices.

Her clients appreciate her knowledge of modifications for different therapeutic applications, her care, concern and clarity in teaching.

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Rosalie Begun, BSPT

Physical Therapist, Certified GYROTONIC® Trainer

Rosalie Begun has been practicing physical therapy in Washington, DC for over 20 years. She is owner of Begun Physical Therapy Center, LLC and treats patients with a variety of orthopedic and sports-medicine conditions. In addition, she has extensive experience treating dancers and performing artists….including the casts of touring Broadway shows. Rosalie is also a certified GYROTONIC® instructor and Yamuna® Body Rolling practitioner (a system of massaging, stretching and strengthening the body using special balls), and a Pilates mat instructor. She incorporates these modalities in her treatment sessions and also offers private and group training sessions and workshops. Rosalie also has studied various methods of manual therapy and keeps her skills up to date through regular participation in continuing education courses. Prominent area physicians regularly send her patients with problems of unusual complexity. Rosalie believes in treating patients holistically and takes the time to provide the best care possible.

Carolyn O’Reilly

Advanced Pilates and Senior GYROTONIC® Trainer, GYROKINESIS® Apprentice

Carolyn has two decades of experience as a group fitness instructor, personal trainer, pilates teacher, Gyrotonic trainer, and physical therapy assistant, She has worked at Precision Health and Fitness, Joy of Motion, Golds Gym, and Somerset House, and other gyms and studios over the years.
After retiring from body building competitions, Carolyn finally tried the Pilates and Gyrotonic methods.
“I’d been so hard on my body, and suddenly here was this gentle, thoughtful way to work out. It was the first time I was focusing on body symmetry, relieving joint pressure, and just having happier bones!”
Carolyn completed Pilates Mat Training (2009) and Machine Training (2010). She is certified in all the Level 1 and Level 2 Gyrotonic courses as well as Gyrotonic to the Extreme.
Book a private and be on the look out for a new morning Gyrotonic group class coming soon, experience the joy of movement with Carolyn.

Heather Doyle


Heather Doyle (she/her) is a lifelong dancer, a self-described movement nerd, and a
Gyrotonic/Gyrokinesis instructor since 2011.  Through extensive study in many movement traditions
ranging from concert dance, somatics, and social dance, Heather has learned to trust in the power and
wisdom of each of our bodies/minds to be our best teachers. Heather considers it a privilege to
accompany clients on each of their individual paths to wellness, honoring the different goals and learning
styles each person brings to their Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis practice.  She is committed to guiding
clients to greater movement expansion and body awareness through a body-positive, energetic, and
affirming teaching approach. When not in the studio, Heather leads class as an artist educator with
Bodywise Dance, studies taiji/qigong at Dragongate DC with Sifu Alex King, works towards her
acupuncture degree at Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine, and takes long walks through the
woods with her family (including new baby, River)!

Aline Arakaki

GYROTONIC® Trainer, Physical Therapy Aide

Aline Arakaki, a Gyrotonic instructor since 2001 and licensed physical therapist in Brazil, currently works as a PT aide in Rockville, MD while preparing for the Boards in the USA. Aline danced for many years and also contributed to research on the positive effects of dance classes, movements, and imagery for individuals with Parkinson’s.
With a glowing reference from Rita Rehna, master trainer and one of the original Gyrotonic trainers, she has joined the Elements family. Aline has availability on Mondays 11-2pm.

“I’m genuinely thrilled to be part of such an incredible team and have the opportunity to connect with the Gyrotonic community in DC!” – Aline

Kelsey Gilbert

GYROTONIC® Apprentice Trainer

Kelsey Gilbert is a ballerina and overall movement enthusiast. She grew up dancing at a local ballet school in Maryland, then attended Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Graduate Program for two years. She was introduced to the GYROTONIC® Method after a series of dance-related injuries. After seeing the positive impact it had on her body, not just in ballet, but everyday life, she became further intrigued. She is currently a GYROTONIC® apprentice trainer. In her free time, she enjoys baking, long walks, and cuddling with her two cats.

Jamie Cohen

Certified GYROTONIC® Trainer

Jamie has a lifelong passion for all forms of movement. Her journey began with intensive study of ballet, modern dance and movement improvisation.

In 2002, she completed 600+ hours training course to earn her Pilates Method Certification through Romana’s Pilates. Jamie has been teaching for 21 years.

Along her movement journey, she was introduced to the Gyrotonic Method while taking Aerial Dance Trapeze lessons. In 2018 she began taking Gyrotonic lessons. Initially, she found it intriguing. It wasn’t long before she fell in love with the method. After 5 years as a devoted student, she has become a Certified instructor! Even as a certified instructor, she will continue her Gyrotonic study through private lessons and additional specialize equipment courses.

When teaching, Jamie applies her years of movement knowledge, experience, attention to detail and her ability to listen. She finds great joy in helping clients connect to a sense of wonder as they discover a fuller understanding of their individual movement


Airin Dalton-Beaugnon

Certified GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Trainer, VAYU Aerial Yoga Teacher, Physical Therapy Aide

Airin is a lifelong dancer and mover. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BFA in Dance & Choreography in 2008. She has 10+ years professional performance and instruction in the Contemporary Circus Arts & Aerial Dance. She has recently relocated after touring with Cavalia in Asia. Airin was first introduced to GYROKINESIS® through her Aerial Yoga mentor. She longed to learn more about the technique and has since received her Certified Teaching Certification in both GYROKINESIS® and GYROTONIC® Technique.


Maz Harris

Certified GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Trainer, Physical Therapy Aide

Maz was first introduced to GYROTONIC® Exercise when training to be a dancer and grappling with the challenges of multiple growth spurts. She found freedom and joy of movement through the GYROTONIC® Method that helped her navigate injuries she overcame as a dancer. Growing up in Luxembourg and France, her training in Ballet and Contemporary Dance brought her to the U.S. in 2012. She has since lived and danced in Boston, San Francisco and DC. After a foot injury ended her dance career, Maz was determined to keep living a life centered around movement and helping others heal. She’s certified in both GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Exercise and went back to school, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences from the College of William & Mary. Her study of the human body catersto sessions focused on safe and efficient movement, increasing one’s body awareness.

Her personal experience with chronic pain following her dance career instilled a commitment to helping those in pain or anyone seeking joy through movement. Her creative imagery fueled by fascination for the human body guides movers of any level into a place of curiosity and wonder. Maz offers sessions in either French or English.