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Alison WesleyFranklin Method Educator Level 1, reg. 2014 Yoga teacher/FME
‘The stillness in stillness is not the real stillness; only when there is stillness in movement does the universal rhythm manifest.’ – Bruce Lee
Alison is forever fascinated by movement of every kind – she has been dancing her whole life, teaching Yoga since 2007 and owns Working with Yoga, on-site Yoga to corporate offices in the Portland metro area. In 2014, she began teaching Franklin Method classes and incorporates FM into her ongoing Yoga classes and private sessions as well.
She strives to offer thoughtful, supportive, light-hearted classes with enough space for students to turn inward and learn more about themselves.
Sherry Jerome WilkinsonFranklin Method Educator Level 1, reg. 06/2014 Dance Professor
* Full Professor of Dance, School of Music and Dance, Eastern Michigan University
*Franklin Method Educator, Level I
*American Ballet Theater National Training Curriculum Certified Teacher, Levels Pre-Primary through Level 5
Alyce Morgan WiseFranklin Method Educator Level 3, reg. 03/2015 Pilates Trainer (PMA) , Laughter Yoga Leader, Aerial Yoga
Owner of Embody Zest! A Pilates, Franklin Method, Mov Nat, and Aerial Yoga studio. Certified 1997 Pilates with PhysicalMind Institute. Certifying studio 2000-2010. PMA certified 2008.
Began Franklin Method teacher training in 2011 and completed level 3 in 2015.
Laura Ann WolfeFranklin Method® Level I Educator, Reg. 2007 Founder/Director of Listening BodyDance Practice for Parkinson’s, Parkinson’s Association of San Diego
Laura Ann Wolfe is a former professional modern dancer who keeps both her passion for physical movement and her study of the human body alive through active inquiry and practice. Her experience and training embrace both the art and science of human movement. Specifically, her training allows clients to explore how directing one’s awareness serves as an intervention for change in the body. Intertwining age old traditions and more current research based approaches Laura provides support and guidance for health, wellness, athletic performance and rehabilitation.
Laura Ann offers a multi-faceted approach to movement education and is an innovator in the field of mind-body practice, having created several movement curriculae including Relaxed Ballet and Kinesthetic Chi. She has been teaching in academic settings and private studios for thirty years, holds a BA in Dance and is Certified as a Medical Exercise Specialist through the American Academy of Health Fitness and Rehabilitation Professionals, as a Franklin Method Educator/Level I by Eric Franklin and Advanced Personal Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine. In addition, she is the Director of the Dance Program for the San Diego Parkinson’s Association: Dance Practice for Parkinson’s which is based on the model developed by the Mark Morris Dance Group, Dance for PD. Laura Ann maintains a private practice in Del Mar, California: Listening Body.
Julia WyncollFranklin Method® Educator Level 1, reg. 2015 Movement educator, Pilates teacher, Studio Founder
Julia Wyncoll is known as a dynamic teacher, engaging her students in the process of moving better for over 20 years. Dancing professionally as a modern dancer, her curiosity was constantly peaked when the information about how and why and where the body moves best was presented. Following this curiosity, Julia has studied with many of the best minds in the Pilates, dance and movement world including IdeoKinesis with Pamela Matt, Pilates with Dianne Miller and Michelle Larsson, and dance with faculty and mentors throughout the U.S. and Canada. Coming upon the Franklin Method was a wonderful find that deepened her knowledge and confirmed an approach to teaching based on being a partner in a student’s learning. Julia’s studio, Inhabit Pilates and Movement, hosted the first ever east coast Canada training, and is involved in further Franklin education events. Inhabit is home to 4 Franklin trained teachers and it’s influence is deeply felt in the work we teach, encouraging students to be active partners in their learning and movement towards health.