Reformer Pilates 2


This class is taught by:

Carolyn Watson

Carolyn Watson, L.Ac, M.S., has been teaching Pilates and therapeutic movement since 1999 and practicing acupuncture since the fall of 2013. She holds a Pilates Studio teaching certificate from Polestar Pilates Education and is also a faculty member of Balanced Body Education, an international Pilates education and teacher training program. She has a Master of Science degree in Human Movement & Performance from Western Washington University, and specializes in functional movement training of gait patterns and sport-specific skills.  Carolyn competed in track and field at Utah State University, and is an accompished long-distance runner, and has a special passion for keeping runners healthy and biomechanical sound.  Most recently, Carolyn completed a second graduate degree in East Asian Medical Studies at Middle Way Acupuncture Institute, and is now practicing acupuncture in her clinic, BioMechanix, located in the same building as Core Kinetics.

Hannah Andersen

Hannah Andersen, MFA, is a dance artist, educator, and Pilates instructor. Her research, teaching, and choreography are recognized by the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science, National Dance Education Organization, Dance Science and Somatics Educators Group, and American College Dance Association. In addition to being a Season 8 Bellingham Repertory Dance alum, she has performed with It Must Have Been Violet Dance Productions, University of Oregon Repertory Dance Company, Michelle Boulé (NY), the Seattle Opera, Susan Haines, Wade Madsen, and Kraig “Bopi” Patterson. After receiving her BFA in Dance at WWU, she served on faculty at Whatcom Community College and Western Washington University from 2010-2014 before attending graduate school as a Teaching Fellow in the University of Oregon Department of Dance from 2014-2017. Recently, she has served as guest artist at Gonzaga University, Allegheny College, and the North Star Ballet, AK, fully grant funded by Alaska State Council for the Arts and the NEA. Upon receiving her MFA, Hannah was awarded the 2017 Outstanding Graduate Student Award in the Department of Dance at University of Oregon. She also received the 2015-2016 UO Georgianne Teller-Singer Dean’s Fellowship for an Outstanding Dance Graduate Student with additional support from the UO Dance Research Fund, and the 2015 National Dance Education Organization’s Graduate Student Award. She is returning to Whatcom to teach this fall, and thrilled to rejoin Core Kinetics!

Lauryn Marino

Lauryn Marino has taught Pilates since 2010. She graduated from Western Washington University that June with an interdisciplinary degree she designed through the Fairhaven College. Her studies, originally inspired by art therapy, eventually evolved into exploring the relationship between creativity and health. Lauryn graduated from Port Townsend School of Massage in 2012 and opened her office in Core Kinetics in January 2013. In her spare time, she enjoys paddle boarding, playing piano and ukulele, biking, photography, and cooking.
 
She also returned from a big trip in March 2017! With her partner, she drove across the northern USA in a 1978 VW bus (named Greg), spent two weeks in Senegal, three weeks on a farm in Spain, and about five weeks in Italy, two of which were on a farm in Sicily. Upon returning to the States, they drove their bus back home through the southern States.
 
To read the blog, visit www.gregthevan.com. 
See pictures on instragram:gregthevan
 
To book a massage, please visit laurynmarino.schedulista.com.

Charlotte Stickles

Charlotte Stickles is a dance and movement artist newly based out of Bellingham! She graduated from The Ohio State University Department of Dance in the spring of 2017 with a BFA in Dance and distinction in artistic research. Charlotte has been fortunate enough to work and learn from numerous international dance artists such as Bebe Miller, Liz Lerman, Norah Zuniga-Shaw, Eddie Taketa, Nancy Stark-Smith, Susan Hadley, and Ann Sofie-Clemmensen. During her time at OSU, she performed internationally and received academic funding to conduct artistic research in Salvador, Brazil. While in school, she also developed an interest in somatic work, taking classes in improvisation, Pilates, Alexander technique, and Bartenieff fundamentals. Upon graduating, Charlotte spent time in St. Petersburg, FL, where she began working toward her comprehensive Balanced Body Pilates certification. Charlotte’s love of movement and improvisation guide her teaching, and she strives to create a playful, curious, and supportive environment for her students to work in.
An intermediate reformer workout consisting of both classical and modern Pilates exercises, in a non-stop flow. This class is appropriate for seasoned Pilates students who are looking for a challenging small-group experience.  Previous intermediate Pilates experience or permission from the instructor is required before enrolling in class. Limited to 6 participants, reservations required.

Upcoming classes:

  • Mon Dec 17 6:00 am - 6:55 am with Carolyn Watson
    at Bellingham
  • Mon Dec 17 5:30 pm - 6:25 pm with Carolyn Watson
    at Bellingham
  • Tue Dec 18 9:00 am - 9:55 am with Hannah Andersen
    at Bellingham
  • Wed Dec 19 12:30 pm - 1:25 pm with Carolyn Watson
    at Bellingham
  • Thu Dec 20 9:00 am - 9:55 am with Lauryn Marino
    at Bellingham
  • Thu Dec 20 6:00 pm - 6:55 pm with Hannah Andersen
    at Bellingham
  • Mon Dec 24 6:00 am - 6:55 am with Carolyn Watson
    at Bellingham
  • Wed Dec 26 12:30 pm - 1:25 pm with Carolyn Watson
    at Bellingham
  • Thu Dec 27 9:00 am - 9:55 am with Lauryn Marino
    at Bellingham
  • Thu Dec 27 6:00 pm - 6:55 pm with Charlotte Stickles
    at Bellingham
  • Mon Dec 31 6:00 am - 6:55 am with Carolyn Watson
    at Bellingham
  • Mon Dec 31 5:30 pm - 6:25 pm with Charlotte Stickles
    at Bellingham
  • Tue Jan 01 9:00 am - 9:55 am with Carolyn Watson
    at Bellingham
  • Wed Jan 02 12:30 pm - 1:25 pm with Charlotte Stickles
    at Bellingham
  • Thu Jan 03 9:00 am - 9:55 am with Lauryn Marino
    at Bellingham