Amelia is a native to the Pacific Northwest and is a devout
fitness enthusiast. After many years of being a competitive athlete, Amelia got
into indoor cycling as a way to rehab old injuries and get back in shape.
Amelia is a certified Schwinn Indoor Cycling Instructor and wants everyone from
athletes to first timers to feel welcomed and inspired in her classes. She is
currently working on her Masters in Teaching at Seattle University and plans to
teach High School Biology and Math. She is a UW Alum and likes to show her
Husky pride. Besides fitness and school, Amelia enjoys gardening, cooking,
anything outdoors and all things coffee! Anyone looking for a fun, upbeat way
to burn some calories and relieve stress should come take her cycling class.
Tuesday: Cycling 6-6:45 PM
Anne is a full time fitness professional certified by the
American Council on Exercise (ACE), Aerobics and Fitness Association of America
(AFAA), and YogaFit. She recently added an ACE MindBody certification to her
repertoire. Her experience spans ten years and four universities. She truly
believes that "health is the greatest wealth" and thus strives to
offer a fun and safe workout so that participants can keep up with it for a
lifetime! Expect to maximize your time with a full-body, mood-lifting workout
in Anne's classes.
Monday/Wednesday: Redhawk Fit 7:15-8:15 AM
Ben is currently a Junior,
Sports and Exercise Science major. Playing soccer throughout childhood in his
hometown near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he has always enjoyed being active and
staying fit. Looking for a new venue for exercise, Ben began taking cycling
classes at Seattle University. After enjoying the energy and effort required
for indoor cycling, he decided to become a certified cycling instructor through
Mad Dogg Athletics. His classes are high energy, ever-evolving, and a fun time
for all skill levels. Ben is looking to use his education and experience here
at UREC to pursue a career in sports medicine.
Tuesday: Redhawk Fit 7-8 PM
Wednesday: Cardio Kickboxing 6-6:45 PM
Claire received a 200 Registered Yoga Teacher
(RYT) certification in Vinyasa Flow yoga from YogaLife Studios in 2010 and has
been teaching ever since. She started practicing yoga as rehab from a torn
hamstring, and now seeks to combine the musicality and discipline of her
background in classical ballet and modern dance with the centering practices of
yoga. Claire’s classes combine breath work, held stretches and vigorous flow.
She strives to bring humor, challenge and great music to every class. All are
welcome- you just have to show up, be curious and breathe!
Tuesday: Yoga Flow 8:15-9:15 PM
Darcy is a certified yoga
therapist and instructor through The American Viniyoga Institute. She has
practiced a variety of yoga styles over the last decade and for the last five
years has concentrated her study on yoga anatomy, yoga for specific conditions,
and adapting yoga in group contexts to serve a wide variety of body types and
abilities. Her goals are to help students safely develop strength and
flexibility, find relief from the stress of busy lives, and experience the
focused attention and increased well-being yoga can offer. She loves noodles,
cake and a good book on a rainy afternoon.
Monday/Wednesday/Friday: Mindful Yoga
Emily has been practicing yoga and Pilates since 2008, and has been teaching
yoga since 2013 upon graduating from SU. Through her own practice and her studies in Psychology and Philosophy, teaching yoga became a way to share the transformational benefits she experienced. She received her YogaFit certification in April 2013 and completed her 200-Hour Registered Yoga Training (RYT-200) at Live Love Flow in October 2014, despite suffering two low-back injuries throughout the training. Her classes work towards using the core to support all movement and protect our bodies, to engage the breath, and to use the freedom of movement to better align our posture, and better align our lives! Emily's classes integrate conscious breathing, balancing postures and fun, fluid sequences to explore the body’s potential while enhancing strength, flexibility and greater body awareness.
Monday: Power Yoga 7:15-8:15 PM
Wednesday: Power Yoga 8:15-9:15 PM
Melissa is a licensed Zumba instructor and personal trainer with a
background in nutrition and wellness cooking. Her own struggle with weight and
health for much of her life inspired Melissa to pursue a degree in nutrition,
followed by attending culinary school focusing in a plant-based diet and
healing modalities. For Melissa, health and wellness come from a combination of
fitness and food. Melissa loves Zumba because it doesn't feel like a workout -
it feels like fun that anyone can participate in! She fills the room with
high-energy rhythms from all over the world, especially the Latin songs of her
youth in Mexico. In addition to Zumba, Melissa also teaches cycle - every day
is a new ride!
Monday: Zumba 6-7 PM
Thursday: Cycling 7:30-8:15 PM
currently a sophomore at SU and is studying Sports and Exercise Science. She
was born in Korea and moved to Guam when she was 8 years old. Rury loves taking
group fitness classes and doing different workouts. Rury has been teaching
Zumba since 2012. Rury’s Zumba classes include a lot of reggaeton (Latin
hip-hop) and high intensity songs. She love teaching at UREC because the
students are always full of energy and are eager to work out!
Thursday: Zumba 6-7 PM
Saturday: Zumba 9:30-10:30 AM
Sydney is a Sports and Exercise Science major originally
from Eastern Washington. She loves the comradery of group fitness classes, and
now enjoys leading others through fun exercise. Growing up she danced ballet,
participated in competitive dance teams, and has even taken the Key Arena court
with Seattle University's dance team. She received her Group Fitness
Certification, G.E.A.R cycling training, and Peak Pilates Basic Mat
Certification in early 2014.
Tuesday/Thursday: Pilates 12:15-1:00 PM