Michelle is a STOTT PILATES® Instructor and Instructor trainer at Bodycenter. She has been a licensed massage therapist since 1994 and a certified yoga instructor since 1999.
Michelle enjoys working privately with clients, drawing from all of these areas to help them find efficient movement and strength that best fits their lifestyle, needs, and limitations. Michelle works with special populations of people recovering from knee or hip replacements and spinal cord injuries. She is available for private pilates sessions and also for private yoga instruction. She also enjoys helping yoga enthusiasts develop a pain free yoga practice.
Phone: (206) 696-1841
Before her introduction to Pilates, Nina designed costumes and scenery for theatre, film and television. After the birth of her 3rd child and a back injury, she began studying Pilates rehabilitatively as a client of Melissa Kerber. The process of finding her core stability and overcoming her injury was an affirming experience. Her interest and enthusiasm led her to undertake the STOTT PILATES® Instructor training program at BodyCenter.
Rebecca holds a BFA in Dance from California State University Long Beach and is a certified STOTT PILATES® Instructor. She was introduced to Pilates in 1994, which further sparked her fascination for body awareness, alignment and core-strength. Rebecca enjoys creating a workout experience that suits each person's specific needs, fitness goals and skill level whether they are athletes, those suffering with chronic pain, rehabilitation from surgery, or those who are simply seeking to learn more about their bodies. She loves watching the positive changes brought about by practicing STOTT PILATES®and empowering her clients with a mind-body awareness that can be carried into their everyday lives. When Rebecca is not teaching Pilates or dancing, she can be found climbing in the North Cascades or backcountry skiing.
Laurie Dundon began her personal journey studying Pilates in the year 2000 while working as an ACE certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor. She then enrolled in the STOTT PILATES Instructor Training Certification program soon after recognizing the complexity of the exercises and the importance of providing quality instruction to her clients. She has been a STOTT PILATES Certified instructor since 2003 and a Merrithew qualified instructor in Fascial Movement, CORE Athletic Conditioning and Performance Training, and Total Barre.
Laurie enjoys seeing the transformation in all of her clients during their Pilates journey. She believes everybody can benefit from Pilates and their sessions should be designed to custom fit their needs. Her experience includes working with clients with a broad range of abilities; from those who are still in rehabilitation to athletes wanting to enhance performance. Her goal is to help her clients restore strong, healthy, youthful and confident movement.
When Laurie is not instructing Pilates, she enjoys outdoors sports including snow skiing in the winter, wake surfing and waterskiing in the summer, hiking, trail running and mountain biking all year long.
A classically trained ballet dancer, Martha enjoys sharing her knowledge of movement and fitness techniques. She studied dance from an early age and trained in Montreal and New York City, where she apprenticed with the Harkness Ballet Company. She later moved to Seattle to join Pacific Northwest Ballet and danced with the company for thirteen years.After earning her certification as a personal trainer and fitness specialist, it was at a fitness convention Martha discovered the STOTT PILATES® repertoire. She was so impressed with the program’s focus on body alignment and stability she enrolled in the STOTT PILATES® instructor program and is currently working towards full certification. Martha is excited to be sharing her love of movement with a community based Pilates studio that recognizes the importance of safe and effective programs for their clients.
Deb is a fully certified STOTT PILATES® instructor and certified Yamuna® Body Rolling Practitioner. She came to pilates as a professional actor and movement instructor (and fitness gad) for conditioning, and was taken by its methodology and benefits. She received her training, and continues to train, at Bodycenter Studios, and began teaching in 2009. She enjoys working with clients to come to understand, develop and improve their "best body", focusing on optimizing biomechanics and improving strength, balance and coordination.
Kailey Campbell earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound in 2014. She was drawn to Physical Therapy with her own personal experience as a collegiate cross country and track & field athlete at the University of Washington 2006-2010. In her time at the University of Washington she earned All American Honors and was a member of the 2008 NCAA Division I Cross Country National Championship team. Achievements, however, did not come without injuries, and it was these experiences that introduced Kailey to the field of Physical Therapy. Pursuing Physical Therapy as a profession offered her the opportunity to connect her passions of exercise, optimal functional movement patterns, and helping others discover their own personal wellness.
Kailey, drawn to orthopedics, became a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2017. She has pursued further manual therapy certifications programs; the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) and is a Graston Technique Specialist (GTS). Adding these certifications and courses provide a foundation for critical diagnosis and manual therapy treatments.
Kailey was first exposed to Pilates as a stabilization regime for her own running - finding that she was more aware of core stability, posture, and form. This had previously been missing from her own collegiate running career and something she strongly recommends for athletes of all sports whether their demands are power, endurance, repetitive or unilateral in nature.
Kailey pursued and completed her level 1 STOTT Pilates certification in 2018, and it quickly became a crucial element to all her Physical Therapy treatments. She strongly feels that people get better when their bodies move, and, better yet, when they learn to move independently with stable and fluid control. Kailey founded Fluid Motion Physical Therapy and Pilates in 2020, with the goals to provide Pilates as an adjunct to traditional Physical Therapy and help others find a lasting connection to Pilates and their body.
At Bodycenter Studios, Kailey combines one on one Physical Therapy services with Pilates instruction. She is eager to work with you to develop a personalized plan for injury recovery, injury prevention, or long-term health/strength management. She’s hoping you find a passion for Pilates whether it’s your main form of physical activity or improves stability, mobility, and awareness for you to do what you love the most – Pilates truly is for everyone.
Initial consult appointments require completion of intake form. Appointments are one hour in length and billed at the time of service at 100 dollars per hour. Kailey accepts cash, check, credit cards, and some HSA/FSA cards. Clients will be provided with appropriate Physical Therapy clinical notes to independently submit to insurance providers. Please check with your insurance carrier to determine individual policies for reimbursement as this varies from plan to plan.