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A native of North Carolina, growing up in the mountains near Boone NC Trey found himself settling in Aspen in 2014. On a dare back in 2005, Trey fell in love with running on his first 1/2 marathon. Since then he's worked in the running industry through coaching, biomechanics training, store ownership, and retail training. Retiring from the retail world, Trey then started designing and training people of all kinds how to use self-massage products to help with stress, relaxation, injury prevention, and better athletic performance. After moving to Aspen, he has since devoted his energy to helping his athletes and clients through coaching and continued bodywork education. He attended the Aspen Massage Institute in 2014 after arriving in Aspen. Trey's bodywork includes a mix of NMT (neuromuscular therapy), Thai, Deep Tissue, Swedish, Trigger Point Work, Sports and relaxation to ensure to best possible treatment for his clients. You'll also see Trey running all through the Roaring Fork Valley and heading up the local running group Aspen Trailheads!
HOMETOWN:Boone, North Carolina
EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS
Jenna started practicing Pilates as a cross-training method while training as a gymnast. Using similar muscle groups as gymnastics, she could not get enough of the low impact, strengthening, and lengthening work out. Jenna believes Pilates is for everyone at any age to keep you strong and improve your quality of life.
HOMETOWN:Winter Park, FL
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Kaytlyn Shephard, Evan Soroka, & Rael Isacowitz
BEFORE TEACHING:Travel, Attempting to be a Colorado skier, O2 Aspen Front Desk
As a teacher I hope to create a space for others to share the way my practice has made me feel: supported, nurtured, challenged, empowered, confident and strong.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Gina Caputo, Evan Soroka, Connie Borho
BEFORE TEACHING:Production and Apparel Product Development
RYT-200 Yoga Alliance Colorado School of Yoga,
Pilates Mat Peak Pilates,
BA Art History
Olivia initially came to yoga, looking for a new form of exercise in 2010. After a rock-climbing injury that led to knee surgery in 2014, she slowed down and found yin yoga. Believing the intentional breathwork, slow movements, and longer holds improved her healing, she started to view yoga as more of a healing tool rather than a "good workout." She finished her 200-hour vinyasa training in 2014 with Jessica Jollie and began teaching shortly after. Over the years, she found that balancing the slower-paced, cooling practices with the faster, heated vinyasa movements allows us to find balance in our lives on and off the mat; yin + yang. For Olivia, linking breath with movement and allowing the breath to guide brings a calm, clear, fresh, and grounding energy to life. She encompasses welcoming, fun energy into her classes and encourages her students to step out of their comfort zone and to add some fun "play-time" into their practice. Pairing fluid movements with strength-building poses and a fun playlist, she inspires her students to "drop-in" on their mat and be fully present in their bodies, exploring where they are that day and meeting themselves with love and patience.
BEFORE TEACHING:Traveling, rock climbing, hiking, & bartending
RYT-200, Mat Pilates, Sup Yoga