Mind Over Body joyfully supports transformation through the process of self-discovery to bring us back to our whole selves. As sisters working together, we do what we do best together -- providing 3 lenses, different but integrated, and a diverse range of tools to help bring each individual into their own wholeness.
Pilates is a mind-body centric practice which starts the awareness at the core moving outwards to influence strength, flexibility, and alignment of the entire body supporting the journey back to our whole self. Mind Over Body will exclusively offer Pilates teacher training through the renowned Fletcher Pilates School.
Yoga is a philosophy, it’s a practice, it’s a transformative process which establishes the mind-body connection through breath, movement and mental focus practices to help us remember who we are, to bring us back to our whole self.
Healthy Life Coaching supports the best version of your whole self through customization of plans for your specific goals in the areas of nutrition, exercise, career, relationships, and spirituality.
Come visit us to get a 360 degree plan for your well-being!
Melissa, Laura & Beth
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Class will be cancelled and returned to client account if only 1 registrant scheduled
(must have at least 2 signed up for class to run)
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Laura received her 150 hr-RYT yoga certification in Vinyasa Flow in June 2011 at Beloved Yoga in Reston, VA and will complete her 500 hr-RYT by early 2018, which will include a Trauma Informed Yoga Certification, Yin Yoga Certification and Contemplative Yoga Certification. She also completed a 65 hr aerial yoga certification from Unnata of NYC and is looking forward to finishing a Warriors at Ease certification (Washington, DC) later in 2018 in order to assist active and retired military. Laura enjoys studying when she can with Rosalyn Bruyere and Jennifer Stephenson McLamb in the field of energy healing and has participated in multiple donation-based healing clinics at the University of Kentucky Nurse’s clinic organized by Jennifer.
Melissa has been perfecting her skills as a Pilates instructor for the last 8 years. She has earned the title of Fletcher Pilates Professional Teacher and her second full comprehensive certification is with Balanced Body. She worked and trained internationally in Jakarta and Singapore as well as Washington, DC, Tucson, AZ and Lexington, KY. The driving force in her teaching is the mechanics of Alignment, Execution and Oppositional Energy. Through her personal care and attention each client's individual goals can be achieved!
Sarah Rhomberg, NCPT
Having been an avid rock climber for many years, Sarah had remained injury free until 2014 when she severely strained a muscle while climbing. During her post-injury physical therapy, she noticed that many of her rehab exercises were done on various pieces of Pilates apparatus. Thus, after she completed physical therapy, she signed up for regular Pilates classes and has continued to experience the benefits of the Pilates method for injury rehabilitation, injury prevention, and improved athletic performance as a rock climber through increased strength and mobility. In hopes of passing along the many benefits of Pilates to others, Sarah has become a Fletcher Pilates Qualified Teacher and has been certified through the Pilates Method Alliance.
Brie Lowry Cox
Brie is from St. Louis, MO, graduated with her BFA in Ballet, Cum Laude and a minor in General Business from the Honors College in May 2011. She retired as a ballerina from the Kentucky Ballet Theatre in the fall 2017 after more than six seasons with the company, fully transitioning into the company’s Executive Director role for the 20th anniversary season after being appointed to the post in spring 2014. In January 2017, Brie earned one of four Distinguished Alumna Awards from COCA in St. Louis. During her time as a performing member of the professional company, Brie performed over 50 roles across 35 ballets or short works. Mrs. Cox has recently taught Pilates of all levels at other studios in Lexington and looks forward to joining Mind Over Body Studio while completing her certifications. Brie is passionate about healthy lifestyles and functional mobility for people of all ages.
McKenna has been a yoga practitioner for over four years. She started her love of fitness through HIIT and weight lifting, but soon found her love for yoga, primarily for it’s focus on strength, cardio, and flexibility, but through the practice of ease rather than push. McKenna spent most of her yoga years practicing through online instructors, such as: Tara Stiles/Strala Yoga, Ali Kamenova’s Interval Yoga, and Erin Sampson's Five Parks Yoga, but she began taking group yoga classes about a year ago, and has been an avid lover and friend of Mind Over Body ever since! She is also a college student, interested in the arts and psychology, especially combined with the study of neuroscience, and a focus on the frontal lobe. Along with her work towards her degree, she is saving up for her yoga teacher certification to attain by the end of 2019; while in the meantime, she is teaching volunteer classes at MOB, getting in as much practice for her certification as possible!
Susan is a Yogafit®-trained instructor since 2010. She also is an AFAA-certified group fitness instructor with training in Spin, TRX, Kettlebell, Piyo, and Turbo-Kick. She teaches a Vinyasa flow that combines postures that focus on strength, balance, and flexibility. She loves animals and especially enjoys teaching yoga in the company of cats at the Lexington Humane Society. When not practicing or teaching yoga, Susan practices law in Lexington.
I am Tashi. I am a Lion King. I have a heart full of pure gold, and though I may roar, please know I can also melt your heart. I often melt momma’s. I love to sit and help her correct alignment and cheer and support each of her clients. They are all very important to me, each and everyone. They always greet me with such enthusiasm it really makes my day. I'm so happy to be here to lend a helping paw 🐾!
Stacy started practicing Pilates in California in 1995, after sustaining a head injury in a car accident. She discovered Pilates was a great way to regain strength, coordination, and balance. After many years of rehabilitation, she knew that she wanted to help others discover the amazing benefits of Pilates. However, Pilates training and practice was put on hold while she earned her degree in Culinary Arts from the Le Cordon Bleu. In 2007, Stacy relocated to Lexington, Kentucky and rediscovered her love for Pilates. In 2014, she jumped at the opportunity to begin her Balanced Body Instructor Training and teaching journey.
Stacy firmly believes that if any student, regardless of their age or fitness level, brings the proper dedication, she can lead them through the evolution of a better body. Her student’s goals range from building firmer, stronger bodies, increasing mobility, and gaining proper alignment in their bodies. Stacy’s passion for helping others is what drives her to provide her students with careful attention, encouragement, and compassion.
ACE Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer
Sterling Hot Yoga, Inferno Hot Pilates 2017