Trey's love of movement is contagious. He began Pilates & Yoga as a teenager to initially supplement his pursuits in classical Ballet & Modern dance, and has never looked back since. After using Pilates to help rehabilitate from a scoliosis-related dance injury, Trey began to understand the inherant healing and therapuetic aspects of the Pilates method…something that is now evident in his daily teaching. A third-generation teacher, Trey was certified in 2004 by Colleen Glenn and also holds a teaching certificate from Michael Miller. Currently, he is finishing an advanced teacher training through The Pilates Center. Additional studies with Wendy LeBlanc-Arbuckle, and Pilates Elder Mary Bowen helped to refine and deepen his teaching.
As a teacher, he is always searching for the truth in movement. A firm believer than healthy, organic movement is beyond a specific form, Trey has spent years studying anatomy, kinesiology, and somatic work. He believes that movement is intimate and can invite us into a great inquary with not only ourselves, but the entire world around us. He became a yoga teacher in the fall/winter of 2012, completing his 200-hour training with Shayne Broadwell & Ryan Hader at Core Essence Yoga. He describes his style of yoga instruction as an alignment based-vinyasa system.
He also enjoys teaching CoreAlign®, and was trained by the system's creator Jonathan Hoffman, and master trainers Jeremy Brown & Hayley Healy.
Moving beyond just the physical, Reiki entered Trey's life as the perfect time. It helped him soften, and became aware of the energetic component of movement…and life. He is a level II Reiki practitioner.
He has managed numerous Pilates studios over the years, guest taught workshops, private lessons and group classes, and has been featured about Pilates in print, including the Houston Chronicle. His teaching is nothing short of inspiring.