Tara Tomerine, E-RYT
Tara is passionately inspired to contribute to the health and happiness of others and loves sharing yoga to alleviate the stresses of everyday life. Her classes integrate the fundamentals of the Iyengar method of yoga, emphasizing proper body alignment via the use of props to make the poses accessible and comfortable while minimizing injury.
The practice of yoga relieves painful weight from joints, releases tension knots, and lengthens and strengthens the muscles and the spine. A little movement creates a lot of space which provides freedom from pain, while a long exhale extends our reach and often serves as the bridge to peace.
Tara continues to study with certified Iyengar Yoga teacher Karin Stephan and is drawn to the benefits of a therapeutic, alignment-oriented yoga practice. She also blends her passion for aerial yoga with traditional practice for a fun and lighthearted experience.
Tara believes a smile is the best stretch of all.
Lore has been practicing Pilates since 1999 and teaching since 2002. Her clients include athletes (martial arts, dance) who have used Pilates to regain strength and stay fit as well as rehabilitate injuries. She has also worked with professionals in various fields, who pursue Pilates as a means of staying fit.
Lore finds Pilates beneficial on many levels, from physical fitness to mental well-being, as a means for focusing and training the mind as well as the body. Being an avid dancer (modern and ballet as well as jazz), Pilates has strengthened and balanced her dance practice.
Lore has also played individual and team sports, such as fencing and basketball. Lore says that in her experience, Pilates is the best method of toning, as well as, therapeutic exercise.
Having a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and having attended medical school, Lore has extensive knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. Her human biology background is augmented in more sciences through her Master of Science degree in Environmental Science, and Doctoral degree in Marine Science, giving her an excellent basis for combining environmental and human health as your Pilates instructor. In addition to publishing her environmental research, she has taught 10 different classes at the undergraduate level.
Tami is a Balanced Body Pilates comprehensively trained instructor, completing her entire comprehensive training at Suncoast Pilates, in Palm Harbor, Florida. Originally from New York, she competed in gymnastics as a youth. She has a Bachelors Degree in Information Technology from the University of South Florida, and previously worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs in St. Petersburg. Tami’s love of Pilates started in 2006, and has continued to grow. She looks forward to sharing her passion and desire to help others in their journey to a balanced mind and body, through Pilates.