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I use ZOOM as my online coaching platform.  It is easy to use use, reliable and available for every platform.


  1. Purchase your session.
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  3. Download the ZOOM app on the media you will use for the session and receive a link to be used for our meeting.
  4. To meet up, simply click the meeting link and join me for your session!
  5. Your session will be recorded for you!

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November 20 to 25, 2021Event Starts at 7_00AMEvent Ends at 7_00PM (dragged) 1


As I reflect on 2017, I am overwhelmed from the growth and opportunities.  This past year I found myself growing with not just one team, but multiple teams.  The mission is still the same, but it’s a lot more fun and moves a lot faster together!

—» 2017 HIGHLIGHTS «—

FEBRUARY – Release of my first Pilates DVD → also available for digital download ← find them here!  I’m closing out the year with 6 videos and will be adding more in 2018.

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APRIL – I was contacted by Pilates Style Magazine for an interview.. my story was published in the May/June issue

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A few weeks ago we filmed the TYE4® FUSION class for the PhysicalMind Institute Certification Program.  I earned my certification in NYC 2 years ago —» more on that here «— and now PMI is creating online training so many more people can add this class to their schedule!  FUSION is a fun class that hits the whole body and provides a challenging, safe and effective workout.

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Meet my friend and client Kay Walker. She is 72 years old and was diagnosed with Polio when she was 8 months old. I have the privilege of helping her discover that she CAN exercise! Four years ago she bravely attended my St. Augustine Fitness Retreat.  We worked multiple times a day learning her limits, but more importantly discovering what she COULD DO.  Since then we have spent the past few years personalizing her exercise to meet her lifestyle… which is unbelievably active!!

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Don’t look at this as a workout but a part of your morning routine. It can look something like this… brush teeth… drink coffee//my go-to →Advocare Spark//or whatever makes you nice to people … TYE4 … shower … This is a PERFECT way to start your day… stretched, moving and the proper posture muscles activated. AND BONUS:: you DO get a workout!!! This tones the back, abs, arms AND legs! #WIN

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Beets BLU asked me to review their bluetooth heart rate monitor.  It was a fun week of watching my heart rate!  Check out the video below for full review…



I love this new TYE4®! Here are a few clips of me playing around in it as I design a new class sequence. TYE4 allows us to stretch deeper, push further and really challenge the stabilizing muscles. I love it!

Learn more at PhysicalMind Institute, NYC – TheMethod Pilates and purchase your TYE4 here


Check out this testimony from a friend of mine

↓ ‘GYM GUY’ John Moorhead ↓


John became curious about TYE4 this summer and decided to give it a try.  He’s following Jim Stoppage’s Shortcut To Shred program and discovered how a little bit of TYE4 conditioning makes a big difference…

“For the longest time, I thought Pilates was a Greek mathematician. I finally learned that it was something you did with your body to increase mobility and flexibility, preferably while wearing aqua-colored tights and listening to Enya. Therefore, as a man, I used to think of a few other “p-words” when I heard the word Pilates: pumpkin spice lattes, and pretentiousness.

Okay, so maybe that’s painting with a broad brush — but seriously, Pilates was never a form of exercise that I embraced, or even took seriously. I consider myself to be fairly health-conscious, but I’ve never been keen on the concept of group fitness classes, yoga, and other seemingly “graceful” methods of burning calories. I’ve spent the last ten years doing a mixture of weightlifting, mixed martial arts, and occasional bouts of rock climbing. Most of those involved blood, all involved pain, and pain was a right of passage.

Fast-forward a few years… pain had transitioned from a right of passage to a “way of life”. I had noticed friends of mine (mostly female) at my church mentioning this odd-looking bungee cord called “Tye4”. They wore it, did a bunch of Pilates-looking stuff, and usually followed it up with an Instagram post of a coffee, aimed to make Yuppies in the area salivate with envy. “I’ll pass” I thought. But I kept seeing it… kept hearing about the “burn” that it would give. I continued hearing about the flexibility, and the mobility, and the “strength” (yes, strength from a bungee cord). So, when I connected the dots that two of my favorite people from church — Ashley and Jeremy Benson — were distributing it, I let my curiosity get the better of me, and started asking them some questions. Those questions turned into “maybe it can help with MY pain, MY flexibility”.

Ashley and Jeremy were gracious enough to meet with me and my wife to show us some basic moves and stretches. Within minutes, I could tell that Tye4 was the real deal. Not only was I squaring-up my shoulders to wear it more comfortably, but I was pushing myself to stretch further to “feel” the Tye4’s resistance. It’s a psychological thing for me — the resistance sent a tactile cue to my brain to “push” into the stretch. This is good, because I have the flexibility of an anvil. The other thing that became immediately apparent after working with Jeremy was the symmetry it introduced to my body. Without the Tye4, it’s quite easy to stretch one arm a bit further, one leg a little less. But with the Tye4 forming a bridge across the axis of your body, if one side dominates, you feel the resistance respectively increase. Subconsciously, you make the adjustment. All muscles get worked evenly. It’s brilliant.

My wife also took notice of the effects… for at least a year, her shoulder was extremely sore during exercise, something akin to an impingement. After two days with the Tye4, the pain was negligible and she had full range of motion. A few days later, Ashley showed us some HIIT (high intensity interval training) techniques and put us through a quick ten-minute session… by the end of it, I was drenched. The resistance of each cable is very light… maybe between five and ten pounds, depending on the orientation of the cables. But what destroys you (in a good way) is that five/ten pounds being pushed in *every* direction. Coupled with HIIT, you will definitely exhaust the affected muscle groups.

We both loved it so much that we purchased one for each of us to use, and we have used it every day since. Most days, we use it as a warm-up routine to wake up our muscle groups and get the blood flowing. But a few days each week, we wear it throughout the workout. I especially love it on chest day — the Tye4 acts like an invisible spotter when you’re doing dumbbell chest press, the resistance keeping your form in check throughout the full range. Between sets, we do cardio-acceleration, miniature HIIT bursts for 60 seconds while the resistance taxes our muscle groups. You’ll be the wettest person in the gym, but that IS why you’re there, right?

Since we’ve been wearing the Tye4 in the gym for a few weeks, we have received a few stares. But just as I was skeptical at first, those stares have turned into “Hey bro, what is that?” and “What does it do?”, and that’s precisely when we share our Tye4 story with them. Special thanks to Ashley and Jeremy for the coaching, and helping us learn about Tye4. They truly have a passion for helping their clients become the very best version of themselves, and it’s exciting to help them spread the word about this unique device that is changing lives.
— John Moorehead




GOAL:: To feel confident and amazing in our clothes, be it a Little Black Dress or Shorts & Tees that are around the corner this spring.

Join the ONLINE COACHING GROUP for the 30 Day LBD Challenge!!!  This is a popular workout from Daily Fitness Challenges  and I’m showing my group how to incorporate the TYE4 system for each exercise to add resistance and decrease impact on the joints.  You are welcome to join the challenge if you don’t have a TYE4 and just use your body weight.


Join my coaching group for the LBD CHALLENGE …

• Workout can be done anywhere
• 3 exercises are assigned each day [workout content from Daily Fitness Challenge]
• Daily instructions and demo videos will be posted everyday in coaching group

Check out the SNEAK PEEK of the DAY 10 demo.

• Receive more results than you expect when using TYE4 [TYE4 – $80 BUY NOW]
• This workout is progressive and at the end you will be stronger, have more muscle tone and have more endurance!
• Exercises are moderate to advanced but can be modified
• Unlimited access to the coaches to answer questions and customize the exercises
• NOT JUST FOR THE LADIES!  Yes I know the name of this challenge is a bit girly, but guys are welcome to join in and we promise we won’t ruin your rep by telling everyone you’re working out to fit in a dress!  All the exercises are full body functional movements 😉
• If you’re already a member of the coaching group, you don’t need to sign up… Just let me know you’ll be participating in the challenge so I can keep you accountable 😘
• The price of 2 Starbucks drinks gets you a 1 month membership for this challenge!


$10  click here to sign up!