• Kimberly Aubuchon

    Kimberly Aubuchon is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine and specializes in individual and group training for women and men of all ages who seek strength, endurance, fat loss, lean body mass, or general fitness. A competitive runner with numerous age group and division wins, she works with other runners to help improve speed, efficiency and endurance, and will be a certified running coach with the Road Runners Club of America in early 2012. Aside from her physical endeavors, she is an accomplished artist, holds a BFA from the Art Institute of Chicago, and is director of Unit B Gallery. An outdoor enthusiast at heart, she looks forward to helping her clients achieve any and all of their health and wellness goals.

  • Kimberly Culp

    Kimberly Culp obtained her M.A. in educational administration in 2006, her 250 hour yoga certification in 2010, and has worked with a wide range of people with varying abilities and goals. She has been through ashtanga yoga teacher training with David Williams, David Swenson, Tim Miller, and Kino Mac Gregor. Kimberly enjoys the benefits of a daily practice and takes pleasure in sharing yoga and a healthy lifestyle with people of all ages and backgrounds.

  • Jennifer Hartley

    A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Jennifer has over 8 years experience in the fitness industry. She became a fitness professional after witnessing the positive effects regular physical activity had on her own health. She holds certificates for Certified Personal Trainer through both NASM and AFAA. After encountering several clients with muscular imbalances, she went on to achieve a Corrective Exercise Specialty from NASM. Jennifer is also a group exercise certified instructor through AFAA.  Jennifer believes fitness is not a destination. It’s a lifestyle. Anyone can reap the benefits of making their body stronger and their muscles more functional. Variety is an important part of a fit lifestyle. Jennifer has completed Level 1 Kettle-bell certification, and both TRX Suspension Personal Training and Sports Medicine courses. In addition to certifications geared toward working with individuals, Jennifer is also a certified Spinning, Body Pump, and CXWORX instructor.

  • Careers

    Great opportunity to coach CrossFit classes. Must be CrossFit Level 1 certified.  Great pay starting at $25 per class with room for growth.  Please send resume to crossfit@mbslife.com

    Are you a Pilates-qualified instructor looking for a gorgeous, fully equipped studio that focuses on small classes and individual lessons? Email us today to see if the MBS team is right for you!

  • Jake Islas

    Jake’s style of training is versatile and adaptable to any range of client. He individualizes training to maximize each person’s effort. From his 6 years of personal training experience, and a lifetime of sport and exercise, Jake understands the challenges exercise and balancing life, nutrition, and sleep present. He takes pride in finding each client’s specific needs to optimize their goals.
    Constantly active and trying new methods, Jake never trains a client in a way he himself hasn’t tried and vetted.
    Jake translates his passion into to sport and activities in the community. He also specializes in youth and adolescent training; teaching youth the fundamentals of strength and conditioning, while also helping them improve their fitness and sports training.
    Jake is a Certified Personal Trainer with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Arizona, and the manager and senior personal trainer at MBS Fitness.

     

  • Britt Lorraine

    A dancer from a young age, Britt began Pilates  as rehabilitation for her broken tailbone, sustained during childbirth and inhibiting her ability to stand, much less dance. Because of Pilates she is able to dance again and is dedicated to helping others strengthen their core muscles in order to pursue their respective athletic endeavors. She holds a B.F.A. in Dance from Southern Methodist University and an M.F.A. in Dance from the University of Iowa. She trained and performed with the Martha Graham Dance Company in New York. In 2007, she founded Saint Lorraine Dance Company in San Antonio and continues to dance and choreograph.
    Website: www.saintlorraine.com

  • Josh Levine

    Joshua Levine specializes in helping people become fitness minded. He has devoted his life to learning as much as possible about resistance training, sports conditioning, yoga and flexibility techniques, plyometrics, nutrition, and cardiovascular exercise. With a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Texas, he strives to create a dialogue with his clients in order to achieve the greatest results. He is a Certified Personal Trainer with National Federation of Professional Trainers and the founder of Mind, Body & Soul.

  • Felicia McBride

    Born and raised in San Antonio, TX, Felicia has been active her entire life. Starting at the age of 4 with gymnastics, transitioning into serious ballet training at 12, and continuing into a successful professional dance career, Ms. McBride has an immense amount of experience with the body. As a freelance dancer, personal trainer, Dance and Pilates instructor, Felicia strives to help each individual achieve their own fitness goals through personalized training sessions. Ms. McBride holds certifications in Pilates Mat, Pilates Reformer, and a certification for Personal Training from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Felicia is excited to be back in her hometown and working at MBS Fitness!

  • Kayleigh Miller

    Kayleigh has been a movement instructor for over 5 years, combining her passions for musician wellness, natural movement, and corrective exercise.  As a yoga instructor, she has studied with Jill Miller, Tari Prinster, David Vendetti, Trina Altman, and Sarah Court, as well as completed additional studies in biomechanics, children’s yoga, and anatomy.  She is also an integrated Yoga Tune Up® instructor and MovNat® level 1 instructor.  Her studies in pilates have been with Karen Sanzo, P.T.,  and Erin Burnham at Pilates Unlimited in Dallas, TX.  She blends traditional yoga and pilates movements with contemporary knowledge of movement and biomechanics, to help clients move better and feel better.  Kayleigh also maintains the blog, the Musicians’ Health Collective, which has an annual viewership of 50k readers, and has been a featured author on YogaDork, Elephant Journal, polyphonic.org, Musicovation, and other online and print publications.  She is a member of the viola section of the San Antonio Symphony, and has performed and taught music internationally.

  • Noelle Owens

    “I build relationships, not a client base,” says Noelle Owens, a 24 year veteran of the fitness industry with certifications from The Cooper Institute and the National Academy of Sports Medicine with a specialization in corrective exercise. With her extensive experience and background, she’s had the opportunity to work with a variety of individuals, including an ever growing mature population. She believes that everyone has the potential to reach their very best selves, and works with clients to help identify goals, assess available resources, and create a specific plan that is right for them.

  • Richard Garcia

    Richard Garcia grew up with a passion for music, arts, and movement, and at the age of 15 began his professional career as a dancer. A major injury cut short his dance career, but opened the door to strength training, rock climbing, triathlons, and ultimately Pilates. As an teacher, he’s worked with a wide variety of clients from first time exercisers to college athletes, and even Olympic hopefuls. He has vast experience working with those with special health considerations including multiple sclerosis, Parkinsons disease, back, shoulder and neck issues, and other chronic pain disorders.  In 2009 he was recognized as an official Fletcher Pilates ambassador for his ambition, talent, and strong drive to help others.

  • Tia Pirkl

    Tia Pirkl is an ERYT 500 level instructor who has studied with some of the country’s top teachers, including Todd Norian, Ann Greene, Desiree Rumbaugh, and John Friend.  She has been teaching for more than a decade and has a unique style that combines precise bio-mechanical alignment and strong cuing with a sense of fun and community.  Her 1,500+ hours of yoga training and a background as a registered nurse are utilized to provide a yoga experience that is entertaining, functional, and safe.  Tia believes that yoga can provide us with physical and emotional advantages that will enable our bodies to do more of what we love to do, and can play an important role in making our lives more successful and satisfying.

  • Claudia Ramirez

    Meet MBS certified fitness professional Claudia Ramirez. She has over 20 years of training experience and specializes in all areas of fitness including golf fitness, high-risk clients, and sound nutrition practices.  She holds certifications from The National Strength and Conditioning Association, The Cooper Institute for Aerobic Research and The Titleist Performance Institute. Claudia grew up in San Antonio and went on to play four years on the TCU Women’s Tennis Team where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience, then, went on to earn her Master’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of North Texas. It is Claudia’s goal to motivate people to live happy, healthy, and thriving lives. Whether that means losing weight and looking great, practicing sound nutrition habits, or striking the golf ball in the purest form possible, Claudia wants her friends, family, and clients to get the most out of all the joys life has to offer.

  • Tatum Rebelle

    Tatum Rebelle is a fully certified personal trainer working with mothers for over 10 years. She holds pre/postnatal fitness certifications from the American Council on Exercise (ACE). Her personal training certifications are from both the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and the American Council on Exercise (ACE). Tatum holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and a Master’s degree in Business Administration. 

  • Tom Trevino

    Tom Trevino holds a B.A. from the University of Texas at San Antonio with certification and training from the Cooper Institute. He’s spent the last 10 years working with a wide range of clients and has a background in running, triathlons, cycling, strength training, nutrition and fat loss. His programs are based on functional movement patterns that are not only challenging, but fun. His goal is to be a complete wellness coach for his clients, providing service and insight into all areas of general health.