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Callie

Callie Taylor

  • BFA Theatre and Dance, University of Wyoming
  • American Council on Exercise
  • MEd, National University
  • PMA® CPT
  • RYT-200
  • ACE Certified Personal Trainer
  • ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor
  • Gold Level Barre Certified Instructor

My name is Callie Taylor and I grew up in Casper, WY where I studied dance with Shirley Lewis and then Rocky Mountain School of Dance. I starting dancing at the age of three and have never really stopped. I have experience with ballet, tap, jazz, and modern dance. Growing up I traveled to various dance intensives and competitions, made some truly wonderful friends, and developed strong appreciation for all forms of art. I graduated with a BFA in Dance from the University of Wyoming in 2005. While there I was in numerous shows including dancing the lead part in Coppelia. I attended the American College Dance Festival,  was a member of Associated Students of the Performing Arts, Assistant Director of The Snowy  Range Dance Festival, and recipient of the June S. Lee award for dance. After graduation, my husband Brandon and I moved to San Diego, CA. While there I began practicing yoga regularly and also taught ballet, jazz, and tap. By becoming a dance teacher, my love for dance transformed to a love for teaching and education.  I completed a 500 hour comprehensive Pilates teacher training program at Kore Pilates in La Jolla, CA. I taught private lessons as well as group class in various studios, gyms, and recreation centers.  While in San Diego I was certified as a group fitness instructor (American Council on Exercise). I also earned my M.Ed  in Teaching from National University. After 5 years in Cali, we moved across country to New York City. While there I became even more involved in studying yoga and also taught group Pilates Reformer classes and private lessons at Pilates Reforming New York. I learned so much taking classes and teaching in New York. I was exposed to some great teachers, learned new styles, improved my teaching techniques, and just had some really wonderful experiences. After the birth of our son, Jack, Brandon and I decided it was time to move home to Wyoming. Since coming home we've expanded our family to include our beautiful daughter, Abigail. I am so excited to bring my experience with yoga, Pilates, and dance to Rawlins. After returning to Wyoming, I went through Zumba instructor training. While my teaching interest no longer includes Zumba, I still value the education I gained from this training. I am a graduate of Blossom Flow Teacher Training Program out of Laramie, WY and am a 200 hour Registered Yoga Instructor. In addition to my Pilates instructor training I am certified with the Pilates Method Alliance ®. After moving home, I re-certified with the American Council on Exercise both as a Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer. I also completed Barre training through the International Ballet Barre Fitness Association.  I am firm believer in life long learning and hope to continue expanding my breadth of knowledge both as a teacher and for my personal practice. I learn something new every time I teach and I find it so rewarding. One of my favorite quotes goes, “Learning is like rowing upstream: not to advance is to drop back.” (Chinese Proverb).

In addition to my work at the studio I am proud to be an active in the community as a volunteer for the Rawlins DDA/Main Street, an active member of Soroptimist International of Rawlins, and supporter and member of Rawlins community theater: Uplift Players. I enjoy spending my free time with my loves: Brandon, Jack, Abby, my family on the Taylor side and my parents, the Stutheit's. I love art and all things art related and along with my husband, Brandon, created Cedar Street Productions in hopes of helping produce more theatre, art, and dance for our community!

RYT 200 Yoga Alliance
PMA Certificied Pialates Teacher
American Council on Exercise

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Miss Abby

Abby Perry
(Miss Abby)

I grew up at the Cody Center for Performing Arts in Cody, WY – literally. I started dancing at age three and by the time I graduated fifteen years later, I was at the studio daily, where I took ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, modern, and lyrical. As a high school student, I assisted in elementary-aged tap classes and was on the performance team that traveled for workshops and performances. In addition to numerous local performances, including The Nutcracker, I performed at Disney Land during my high school sophomore year and was in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as a high school junior. In college, lyrical classes were my favorite extracurricular activity. Then, I married, graduated from the University of Wyoming with a bachelor’s degree in Rangeland Ecology and a Master’s degree in Ag Economics, accepted a job in Rawlins, and started a family. Now, I’m excited to once again be part of the Dance Family and believe there are numerous benefits and opportunities associated with that connection. Dancing makes me a better person in mind, body, and soul, and I’m grateful that my husband and two boys are very supportive of my dance passion.

 

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Miss Abby
Izabela Chrobak

Izabela Chrobak is a certified Personal Trainer, Fitness and Holistic Nutritionist, and Spartan Obstacle Race Coach. She is also a Transformational, spiritual, Life and Love coach for Women.

Her primary focus is to create a beautiful and safe community for women of all ages, so they can truly, openly and authentically express themselves without the fear of being judged, rejected or not loved. She is guiding her tribe towards uncovering the true potentials within, without the need of restricting, obsessing and beating self over not being a perfect woman. 

I believe that her inspiring, honest and raw approach to aspire and motivate, to guide and empower, help and care, to share love and wisdom, to create nurturing space and rituals for women all over the world is going to bring amazing change, atmosphere and opportunity for this community. 

For our Studio, we would like to bring together with Izabela the powerful training programs with options to work one-on-one as well as attend her classes. On top of that, we want to open up the space to educate our community on the holistic approach to the food, self-care, and lifestyle. We hope to empower, inspire and motivate every single person coming to us, so we can share the smile and a positive word every day with those around us.

 

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Hollie

Hollie Winters

Miss Hollie stared dance at the age of 7 at the LFW School of Dance in Omack, Washington. Hollie continued dancing with the LFW School of Dance for the next seven years; during which she competed in several Dupree Dance Conventions in Spokane.

At the age of 14 her family moved from Washington to Wyoming. Hollie used this opportunity to join the Douglas High School Dance Team; where she danced for the next three years. Following high school, Hollie enrolled in Casper College as a dance performance major. While in college she had the opportunity to attend American College Dance Association workshops in Albany, Georgia. During her three years at Casper Hollie fell in love with dance. “I just have a passion for it. I’m in love with it – the movement, the history – I’m fascinated with it.”

 

 

 

 

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Denver

Denver Lee

From the age of 19, after studying Yoga within a traditional monastic environment for three years, Denver went on to complete an intense seven year apprenticeship with a highly accomplished and well renowned Yogi. He has also studied the work of many other venerable Yogis, and has since been teaching various aspects of the Yoga sciences throughout the United States.

 

 

 

 

 

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Francis
Francis Bustos

I was borne in Iguala Gro México in 1974. Since I was a little girl, I liked Dancing and Singing.   I've always participated in Folkoric Dance, Jarabe Tapatio and traditional dances.  Jarabe Tapatío is considered the 'national dance of Mexico'. In 1985 I went to Zitlalkiahuitl Folkloric Dance School in Copala Guerro Mexico. I participated in Festival Art and Poetry competitions and was awarded 2ndplace. 

In 1989 I moved to Huston, TX, where I went to Harrison County 
Public School to learn the English language. In 1992 I moved to Denver.   I worked hard to advance in my education.  To achieve my dreams, I went to Higher Education Center a non-profit organization in Denver, to learn computer classes and Accounting classes for 3 Months.

 After I had my babies, dancing was my way to lose weight. Then, I learned Zumba and went to classes for 6 months. Ms Gaby Flores, my instructor convinced me to get license and become an instructor. So, I got my Zumba education and my license done in the Summer of 2016.  Dancing allows people to express how they feel at a given moment.  

My goal is to help others to lose weight and get healthy. Losing weight also may help you have more energy, less joint pain, and a better night’s sleep. Setting goals can help you lose weight and keep it off in a healthy way.

 Dancing can be a way to stay fit for people of all ages, shapes and sizes. It has a wide range of physical and mental benefits including: 

  • Improved condition of your heart and lungs 
  • Increased muscular strength, endurance and motor fitness 
  • Increased aerobic fitness 
  • Improved muscle tone and strength 
  • Weight management 
  • Stronger bones and reduced risk of osteoporosis
  • Better coordination, agility and flexibility 
  • Improved balance and spatial awareness 
  • Increased physical confidence
  • Improved mental functioning 
  • Improved general and psychological wellbeing 
  • Greater self-confidence and self-esteem 
  • Better social skills. 

 

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