Brian graduated from Michigan State University in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology Exercise Science along with a Biological Science degree. He has a Masters Degree in Physical Education and Motor Development from West Virginia University.
Brian had a desire to develop and grow his skills sets as a personal trainer and help people achieve their goals. He has a personal training certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He also has experience and certifications that include Group Fitness Instruction, Agility/Speed, Basketball and Football Skill Training, and Running.
Brian has a tremendous passion for health and fitness. His training focuses on creating muscular balance and strength while maintaining fluidity of motion through increased flexibility and balance.
"I love training because each person is unique. It’s very rewarding to help a person become their best. Success comes from the decision to commit to hard work!"
A teacher since 2006, Julie is both a Registered Yoga Teacher, and an Anusara-Inspired yoga teacher. She has studied yoga, therapy and therapeutics, alignment, philosophy and meditation with many of the world’s most respected instructors.
Yoga promotes wellness and healing for both body and mind. One on one training using precise postural alignment can be very healing for injuries and pain, and will allow Julie to work with you personally to address health issues that may not be covered in a group setting.
Are you new to Yoga or afraid to try a class? Private or small group training with personal attention is an excellent way to comfortably transition into Body Language’s community classes.
I started practicing yoga over 30 years ago. I soon found that my true calling was to be a yogi. Yoga became, and still is, very fundamental to my life. I practiced and studied classical yoga (8 limb style) with Dr. Pratap in Philadelphia. I studied with John Schumacher (Iangar style) while in Washington DC. I also studied with Johnny Kest at The Center for Yoga here in Michigan. I have developed many styles to teaching yoga. You could say my style is eclectic, which has given me the dubious title of a “Legend”.