Spring 2019

Welcome to Spring in Jackson Hole!
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Welcome to Spring in Jackson Hole everyone! Following an almost-record setting snowfall this winter; this week has brought us slowly warming temps and some much needed sunshine! We here at the Pilates Place want to welcome back our local "spring-breakers" as well as our returning summer clients! And we have some exciting news to share with you! Read on for updates about the studio and about the Instructors.
We want to welcome Tiffaney Mylott to our staff! Tiffaney was born and raised in Jackson and was a strong member of Dancers Workshop as a child, teen and adult.
Following graduation from University of San Diego, Tiffaney pursued certification in Yoga and Massage. Tiffaney was first introduced to Pilates while in physical therapy for disk degeneration and 2 herniated disks in her low back. After years of chronic pain she began to find a decrease in her symptoms eventually leading to a pain free spine and a passion to share this method with others. 

She attended The Pilates Center (TPC) in Boulder for her initial 1000 hour comprehensive classical Pilates teacher training. As well as recently graduating from their Masters Program she is also a host advisor for The Pilates Center, allowing her to mentor trainees through TPC’s rigorous educational programs. 
With a background in classical ballet, modern dance, and yoga she has always been drawn to movement. As well as being a Pilates Method Alliance certified teacher, her other trainings include a 300 hour yoga teacher training and a 900 hour massage therapy certification. Pulling from years of teaching yoga and doing massage therapy, Tiffaney brings a keen eye for alignment and noticing imbalances in the body and movement patterns. She is thrilled to be back in her hometown of Jackson to share this powerful method with others.

Kim Armington is now on the Faculty at Balanced Body University. She is certified to teach the “Anatomy in 3 Dimensions” Course. This course is an interactive educational workshop in which participants learn the structure and function of the bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments as well as the origin, insertion and action of the major muscles by building them on a skeleton with clay.
Andrew Armington has stepped into the 7am Tuesday/Thursday time slot since Tina’s departure for PT school. There’s always an opening for other early risers amidst this convivial and supportive Circuit Training group. Andrew and his partner, Erin Corbett are expecting their first child; a baby boy who should be arriving about April 17. Please join us in extending “Congratulations” to Andrew and Erin as they welcome their first child, who’s bound to feel at home on a “Cadillac”!
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