BarbaraBeth | Breanna | Candace | Casey | Caryn | Chantal
 Cheryl C | Cheryl E | Danielle | Emily | Gina | Janna |
  KandaceKathryn Sue | Teresa | Terry  |  Viviana 

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Kathryn Anderson
Pilates, Raise the Barre


Kathryn has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance and Visual Arts, from California State University, Long Beach. Starting her first dance class at the age of 5, her rich background consists of gymnastics, martial arts, yoga, Pilates and dance of all styles. Kathryn has danced professionally with many dance companies throughout Southern California ranging in styles of modern dance and ethnic dance. She spent several years traveling to Brazil to perform and dance in Brazilian dance and Capoeira.

Kathryn was introduced to Pilates in college while studying with master teacher, Karen Clippinger to improve her dance technique. She saw the immediate benefits of Pilates in her muscular development and postural alignment of her body. She continued her pilates training and certification studying under Rael Isacowitz (BASI Pilates) and Diane Severino (Ron Fletcher Pilates). Kathryn is now recognized by the PMA with her own certification program from the HUNT Pilates studio she founded in Los Angeles. With over 11 years of teaching experience and over 16 years of practicing Pilates and yoga, Kathryn continues to fine-tune her fitness techniques by attending lectures, workshops, and classes. She believes in the expression of movement and continues to explore her passion for teaching.
Candace Bordelon
Pilates, YogaTone & Sculpt, Raise the Barre, Bellydance

Candace Bordelon, Ph.D., has been exploring movement since her first dance class at the age of 4. After a 15-year career in professional dance, she discovered the strong healing power of yoga when she was diagnosed with a herniated disc in her lower back. Now a dedicated practitioner of Iyengar yoga, Candace has spent many hours of teacher training with Judith Lasater, Peggy Kelley, and Dean Lerner. Her teaching method is rooted in honoring the anatomical integrity of the body, and her own back injury led her to create the "Yoga for Back Health" class at MoveStudio.

Candace earned a Ph.D. in Dance Studies from Texas Woman’s University, where she did her Pilates training. She is an Associate Professor of Dance for North Central Texas College and has taught in the dance departments of Texas Woman's University as well as the Dallas and Collin County Community College systems. With a background in ballet, modern, Middle Eastern and African dance, yoga, somatics, and bodywork, she brings a well-rounded perspective to her classes. Her company “Movement for Healing” combines yoga therapy, Pilates, fitness, and dance to assist clients battling back injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, cancer, and other variety of other challenges.

Candace is a MoveStudio legacy instructor, having taught at the studio since 2001.
Casey Babler
Pilates, Raise the Barre! Ballet Workout

Casey has always been an athlete. Growing up, she played tennis competitively, and she has continued playing tennis and engaging in many other types of physical activity. Because of knee problems and increased joint pain after having children, Casey needed an activity that produced results but did not stress her body. Pilates was the answer for her; she began practicing Pilates and fell in love with it.

In 2008, Casey started an instructor training program with Power Pilates, which focuses on the classical method based on Joseph Pilates’ work. This training provided a solid foundation of the Pilates principles that Casey now passes on to her clients. Casey has Pilates mat and equipment training, and she teaches a variety of classes including mat, tower, equipment circuits, and Barre. The hundreds of Pilates exercises keep the workouts fresh and challenging as students advance, and Casey loves helping her clients achieve their health and fitness goals.
Cheryl Callon
Ballet Raise the Barre! Workout

Cheryl has been dancing for 30 years and holds a BFA and MFA in dance from Sam Houston State University. Although she was trained in classical ballet and modern, her college education instilled an appreciation of the mechanics of the human body and how to work within its given structure. Since 2008, she has been teaching for Collin College and was formerly with Eastfield College and Richland College. She enjoys the challenge of teaching multiple genres, including ballet, modern, tap, jazz, and hip hop.

Branching out into other bodywork and fitness styles has allowed Cheryl to discover how all forms of movement can benefit each other in the care and maintenance of the body. By teaching barre classes, she is able to share the joy and challenge of ballet movements to a wider range of people.

In 2011, Cheryl discovered how beneficial yoga can be to dancers and athletes. She fell in love with this ancient mind-body practice and its therapeutic abilities for people of all walks of life. She recently received her 200-hour yoga teacher certification.
Sue Dado

Sue Dado holds a B.A. in dance teaching and choreography from Columbia College Chicago. Sue is a founding core company member and former assistant director of BONEdanse/Breakbone DanceCo and was with the company for 10 years. She was a featured choreographer and soloist with them and created over 10 works for the company. In addition, she performed with The Colleen Halloran Performance Group and with the dance improvisation group IRIS, directed by Chicago choreographer Deb Siegel. In 2005, she created the piece In Her as an artist in residence at Links Hall that culminated into an evening length work called Heroine, which received a critic’s choice in The Chicago Reader by Laura Molzhan.

Sue recently moved back to Dallas (she briefly lived here in 2007). She has been practicing Pilates since 1996, became Power Pilates mat certified in 2002, and completed the comprehensive certification program in 2003. She has had a great amount of exposure to Bartenieff fundamentals (an extension of Laban Movement Analysis) that she incorporates into her work, and is currently studying for her 200 hour yoga teacher training. She enjoys teaching people how to take care of and maintain their bodies using many different forms of movement. Teaching Pilates made her a stronger dancer and all-around mover, and she enjoys teaching these beneficial exercises to everyone. Sue believes Pilates can improve everything you do, from how you do your daily work to any sport you practice.

In 2010, Sue was diagnosed with Adrenal Fatigue and has slowly healed herself using Pilates, nutrition, and rest. Throughout her career, she has worked with people struggling with stressed induced hormonal imbalances, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, chronic pain, pre and post surgery, post injury, prenatal and postnatal, and post cancer treatment. Sue understands the need for strength training in women and can design an appropriately balanced workout to fit the client’s situation. She understands that many people are struggling with stress and their work and home life balance, and she sees the benefits of exercise to creating wellness in each client’s life.
Barbara Edes
Yoga for Better Health, Core & More, Tone & Sculpt, Ballet Raise the Barre! Workout

 Transplanted from Northern Virginia, Barbara has been studying alignment-based yoga since 2004, completing her teacher training in 2006 at the Health Advantage Yoga Center in Herndon, Virginia. She has studied with Doug Keller and Susan Van Nuys. She is an RYT-200 with the Yoga Alliance, as well as a Certified Personal Trainer with NASM, Mad Dogg Certified Spinning Instructor, Concept 2 and Rowbics certified for Indoor Rowing, and Group Exercise Certified Instructor with AFAA. While living in Virginia, Barbara had been pursuing a degree in Exercise Science from George Mason University and hopes to finish her degree here in Texas.

Her passion for yoga began with a desire to create strength and flexibility and prevent injury through yoga, and she was inspired to help others do the same. Barbara believes that an alignment-based practice brings strength, flexibility, balance, restoration and deeper understanding of asanas, while helping to prevent injury and aiding in injury rehabilitation.
Cheryl Esch
Pilates, Core & More,
On the Ball, Yoga Flow

Cheryl received her MA in Dance Education and BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Ohio State University. She danced professionally in the Pittsburgh area with Mary Miller Dance Company, Judy Steele Project, The Pittsburgh Opera and other independent choreographers. She also directed and founded a dance company called Selah. She has taught for colleges such as Kent State University, Kenyon College, LaRoche College, Belhaven College and Collin County Community College over the past 13 years. She has been teaching in the fitness and dance industries for 19 years.
Cheryl is a certified Group Fitness Instructor through American Council on Exercise since 1990. She has certifications in Pilates Mat with PowerHouse Pilates, Pilates Reformer with Balanced Body Institute, yoga with YogaFit, and kickboxing with Thomas the Promise. She was a certified Personal Trainer with American Council on Exercise from 2001-2005. Cheryl teaches many types of classes including cardio dance, cardio hip-hop, Pilates, yoga, step, kickboxing, BOSU, Resist-a-ball, Chisel/strength training, and core training for adults and kids. Before moving to Texas recently, she was Youth Fitness Director for ages 8-12 at The Natatorium in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Currently, Cheryl is working on becoming certified as a Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant.
Beth Fetty


Beth’s commitment to assisting others with their pursuit of a healthy mind, body, and spirit began more than 15 years ago when she took leave of her corporate legal assistant profession and began teaching fitness classes and providing personal training at a local Lake Highlands gym. She continued to gain experience through her positions as a group fitness coordinator and health/wellness director with the YMCA where she not only taught and trained but also developed small group programs for specialty populations. Beth continues to teach a wide variety of formats including aerobics, strength training, and water fitness. Her personal training clients range from elite athletes to those desiring additional injury post-rehabilitation body work.
Beth’s decision to make the long term commitment to the Pilates method occurred when asked to develop the group fitness segment for the Live Strong Cancer Survivor Program. She knew immediately that Pilates was the perfect choice; an excellent modality to help cancer patients begin to regain mobility, strength, endurance and a sense of control in their recovery. She completed her Balanced Body comprehensive certification with Karen Sanzo at Pilates Unlimited in Dallas, TX in 2008. She currently conducts private sessions as well as group mat and equipment classes on all Pilates apparatus.

Beth is passionate about and committed to the importance of responding to the needs of the individual as a whole in the quest for a fully integrated health and wellness lifestyle. 
Caryn Fonberg
Raise the Barre! Ballet Workout, Yoga
Born in Cape Town South Africa, Caryn’s adoration for dance and movement started at June Pools Academy of Dance. Caryn was a teenager when her family moved to Dallas, Texas, and she maintained dance and movement as a member of JJ Pearce Drill Team. Caryn first started teaching group fitness classes at the University of Arizona in 1990. Upon graduation from college, Caryn taught group fitness at Club Med on the Island of Eluethera in the Bahamas and then in Copper Mountain, Colorado. Caryn began her career in Project Management in San Francisco, California, where she continued to teach before and after her workday.

Caryn settled back in Dallas in 1995, where she is raising her family. Throughout this time, Caryn has been dedicated to pursuing group fitness education while maintaining her role as a group exercise instructor. She also leads continuing education courses for Spin certifications. She brings a vast array of industry knowledge and focuses on the importance of form and alignment.
Janna Harris 
Raise the Barre! Ballet Workout


Janna received a degree in sports medicine from Northern Arizona University, but after that, as a Texas native, she took the first opportunity to get back to her home state!

In 2011, Janna received a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. It was during her time in Fort Worth that she began teaching barre classes and immediately fell in love with the way it changed and shaped her body. Grad school also allowed her to further her passion and experience in the fitness industry and led her to her current career in breast cancer research.

Since 2007, Janna has helped a broad range of people reach their fitness goals, from athletes to individuals with diabetes and those battling cancer. Janna is always learning new skills to grow in this industry. Janna is happy to be a part of the Move Studio team and hopes to share her love for health and wellness through her classes.
Teresa Hendrickson
Pilates, On the Ball

Teresa has been an athlete her entire life, competing in a wide range of sports including soccor, softball, basketball, volleyball and later in several triathalons.  An avid cyclist, she is certified to ride the Velodrome.

This active lifesyle led to a knee injury requiring two surgeries and Pilates Method techniques to assist in rehabilitation.  The non-impact exercises improved her flexibility, balance, agility, core strength, and endurance, and also introduced her to a new career.

She is certified by Stott Pilates and Michael Miller Pilates, and in prenatal and postnatal fitness through the Cooper Institute. Teresa also has doula knowledge and training.  Her interest in improving balance led to specific training on the Foam Roller, Stability Ball and BOSU.  Teresa continues to challenge herself and expand her Pilates knowledge base through attendance at teaching intensives with renowned instructors including Jay Grimes, Peter Fiasca, Siri Galliano, Chris Robinson, Mejo Wiggins, and Dorothee VandeWalle. 

She strongly believes Pilates can enhance the lives of everyone, from someone recovering from injury to elite athletes.  She has been teaching at MoveStudio since 2004 and sharing her joy of play with her students!
Chantal Itzhakov
Pilates, Yoga


Raised in the south of France, Chantal has led a long life of triumph over adversity. At the age of 7, she was diagnosed with scoliosis, a sideways curvature of the spine that limits physical activity. Her experience with rehabilitation lead her to become a registered nurse, working in France and Israel. Chantal was diagnosed with Secondary Thyroid Cancer at age 38; she recovered and has been cancer free for over 13 years. While recovering, she discovered the healing power of Pilates and Yoga. Her newfound love for Yoga and Pilates served as inspiration to teach.  Chantal has been teaching Pilates since 2006 and Yoga since 2008. She is certified through Power Pilates and YogaFit, and continues her education to help as many people as possible.
Breanna Jones


As a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), American College of Sports Medicine Certified Exercise Physiologist (ACSM EP-C) and a Certified Pilates Teacher (CPT) she uses her experience, expertise and love of fitness to help you look and feel good while helping you reach your fitness goals.

After receiving her B.S. in Kinesiology from San Francisco State University, she received her EP-C and Comprehensive Pilates training while working as a research assistant and rehabilitation aide at UCSF Phys-Fit Neuro-rehabilitation clinic. Two years later, she went on to receive her doctorate in Physical Therapy from The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in San Diego California.

Breanna has experience working with patients with Neurological impairments including Parkinson’s, MS, and Stroke as well as treating patients in an orthopedic setting. Being trained as a Pilates Instructor prior to becoming a Physical Therapist gives Breanna the ability to integrate beginning, intermediate and advanced Pilates techniques into a regimen that is most beneficial to your body’s needs helping to prevent injury.

Breanna is a member of her national association (APTA), and is active in the women’s health section. She regularly attends continuing education courses, including those on manual therapy, pelvic floor, and incontinence.

During her free time she regularly practices Pilates, yoga, and functional strength training. She loves traveling, dancing, and spending time with her friends.
Danielle Kubat
Danielle has spent 20 years as a fitness professional teaching a variety of group fitness classes, Pilates group classes and Pilates personal training. She holds a Bachelor’s & Master’s of Science in Nutrition, is an accomplished runner, and has competed in everything from 5Ks to marathons and sprint-distance triathlons.

Danielle has a particular passion for Pilates, earning her certification through Balanced Body and Karen Sanzo. She values its principals and how they can be incorporated into people’s lives as well as any fitness activity or sport. Her clients encompass all ages and abilities, including those challenged by injuries or permanent disabilities such as scoliosis and spinal fusions to the elite athlete looking for continued strength. Her guiding philosophy of balance in all things is something she aspires to in her personal and professional life as well as encourages in her clients.

Danielle lives in Plano with her husband and two sons, and when she finds the time, loves to walk her dog, read historical fiction, swim, cycle, volunteer and travel.
Viviana Lubertino


bio coming soon
Kandace Lopez Goedjen
Kandace has over 25 years in movement training. She is a Power Pilates® Teacher Trainer and previous regional director; a GYROTONIC® Master Trainer, GYROKINESIS® Level 1&2 instructor; 3rd Dan in TaeKwonDo; a fully Certified STOTT Pilates instructor including Rehab Mat, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair and Barrels; TRX, BOSU, Reebok Core Board, YOGAFIT Level 1&2, and APEX FitPro certified, among other accreditations and certifications. Kandace is trained as a massage therapist and specializes in neuromuscular therapy and Myofascial Release Technique and practices therapy with a respected Chiropractic Clinic in the area.

Kandace found GYROTONIC® and Pilates when looking for an alternative to surgery for an injury of her own. This movement system restored her body to the mobility and strength that allowed her to become pain free. She works with Juliu Horvath, creator of GYROTONIC® regularly and has earned further concentrations in Jumping stretching board, ARCHWAY, Ladder, Leg extension unit, GYROKINESIS HAPPY MOVES, and GYROTONIC AS A MUSICAL JOURNEY. Kandace also presents Certifications and Continuing Education Courses for Power Pilates and GYROTONIC ® locally and internationally.
Terry Reynolds

In 2000, while recovering from an illness Terry discovered Pilates. On the recommendation of one of his instructors and having realized the benefits of Pilates in his life, he began the journey to becoming an instructor. He has certification from Pilates Unlimited in Pilates Mat and Apparatus. He is currently an advanced apprentice in Romana’s Pilates training program. He has also done workshops and advanced study with numerous first and second generation students of Joe Pilates including Jay Grimes, Sari Mejia-Santo, Kathi Ross-Nash, Cynthia Lochard, Anthony Rabara, Chris Robinson, and many others.

For Terry, "Pilates is a gift we offer to help people stand, walk, sit, and move in their daily lives. It offers strength, stretch and control."

Terry has a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of North Texas and a Master of Music degree from Southern Methodist University. He has worked for many years as a professional musician. He currently is a member of the Dallas Opera orchestra and is an adjunct professor of Horn and chamber music at the University of North Texas.
Emily Urbanosky
Emily has over 15 years of experience with yoga for management of back pain from scoliosis. She discovered Pilates in 2011 when she was earning her psychology degree at Sul Ross in Alpine, TX. Her first Pilates instructor was trained by Coleen Glen in the classic work of J.H. Pilates and made her transition from yoga to Pilates a truly empowering and therapeutic experience which has allowed her to further her love for Pilates to the instructor level. Emily received her certification through Power Pilates at Classic Pilates Studio and she continually attends classes and workshops with senior Pilates instructors and teacher trainers.

Emily’s goal is to empower her clients who may feel limited in their abilities and assist them to persevere to levels that are safe and progressive. Emily advocates mind body awareness and like Joseph Pilates, feels that physical fitness is the requisite to happiness and wellness. Her five years of experience in the nursing field has allowed a keen insight into biomechanical problems, and chronic illness from sedentary lifestyles and the impact they have on the overall wellness of the body.
She strives to keep clients mindful of each movement and makes sure they get the most out of their time in the studio. Every lesson and class is designed to meet the needs of the individual clients by taking into account differing physical abilities, body types and learning styles. Emily creates a relaxed and comfortable environment which allows each person to work at his or her own level with ease and confidence. Pilates is a wonderful system for increasing strength, flexibility, and balance while minimizing the chance of injury.
Emily invites you to join her on this journey of strengthening the body, energizing the mind, and enlivening the spirit.