Bristol uses, fun unique combination exercises to help her clients train multiple muscle groups at once, improve heart health and make the most of their workout.
Her positive energy and health knowledge has helped multiple clients lose weight, recover from injury, and increase flexibility and balance.
Bristol has a bachelors degree in community health as well as certifications in health coaching, TRX and personal training. Her goal is to help her clients become happier, healthier, and improve overall wellness through movement.
Bryant is excited to come to Brio and sweat with you! He has always loved being active from his days a child palyrin soccer to present day where he enjoys hiking peaks across the globe.
He has spent the last 5 years building his academic knowledge of physical activity. His background is focused on activity throughout the lifespan and strength training.
Bryant is ready to help other build their own knowledge and looks forward to sharing his love of physical activity with you.
Brianna has a background as a physical therapist. This has allowed her to lead her clients through fun, well-thought out, and comprehensive work outs. She utilizes a variety of modalities and keeps everyone moving, with plenty of options for modifications.
She is very invested in health and wellness, as well as community. When she’s not in the gym, she can be found outdoors running, hiking, or camping, and enjoying events throughout the community. She moved to Missoula with her husband and they are excited to call Montana home and embrace the amazing opportunities the 406 has to offer.
Courtney began working in the fitness industry over tow decades ago when she transitioned from the professional dance world. She is fully certified as a STOTT Pilates instructor, National Strength & Conditioning Coach (NSCA-CPT), and Precision Nutrition Level 2 Coach. She is also a very proud student of the Ido Portal Method.
Courtney is passionate about a multi-dimensional approach to health and fitness, and integrates the practices of health eating, functional movement and stress management to work with clients all over the world via her company www.graceandgrit.com.
Erin is a Montana native who loves exploring outdoors. She and her daughter can often be found hiking, camping or skiing. Growing up, Erin spent most of her time in a dance studio. That love for music and movement has followed her into adulthood and transitioned her into instructing Barre and Oula One.
She is passionate about delivering an experience in every class that will rejuvenate the mind and body, heat and soul.
Isabelle began practicing meditation in 1993 in Paris, France to be more at peace with her anxious mind. The next year she moved to Los Angeles and studied meditation at the Shambhala Center before traveling to India in 1996 to continue her meditation and studies. She has since continued her studies all over the US and the world.
In service to the well-being of students, her classes emphasize present moment/breath awareness, self-compassion, playfulness, the inner knowing and gratitude, while holding a tender space for the impermanence of all things.
Shawna CaryShawna Cary is an OULA dance fitness instructor. She is fundamentally dynamic and curious, and loves making new friends and can walk into any room and leave with everyone’s name and a coffee date planned. She is, in short, a people person. She loves connecting with people and finds beauty in all walks of life and believes that is what brings people together. She started OULA by taking classes. As someone who loved to dance, she never thought choreographed dance would be something she would like. However, after one class she was hooked! OULA not only brought joy and value to her life, but it introduced her to amazing people in the OULA community. She says “Becoming an instructor was such a natural step for me and I am honored to be able to create a space of joy and non-judgement that is OULA. Looking forward to seeing you in class soon!”.
Krysta has been a student of yoga since 2011 and she first began her teaching journey back in 2016. She is currently experienced in a variety of classes including Silver Sneakers yoga, gentle yoga, vinyasa, fusion, and heated vinyasa.
Krysta teaches vinyasa yoga available for everyBODY. Focusing on breath and alignment will allow us to gain more flexibility and strength. Whether you’re looking for more rest or movement, she encourages everyone to customize their practice to make it their own.
Lizzie Dolan has been teaching group fitness in Missoula since 2011. Since then she has had an incredibly successful career including the creation of her business, LizFit LLC. in the summer of 2015. Lizzie is certified in Personal Training, Oula, PiYo, Booty Barre and Les Mills Grit, to name a few.
When she is not teaching classes or training clients she can be found judging gymnastics, playing board games, “reading” books on Audible, watching movies and spending time with her boyfriend and biggest supporter, Donovan.
Maura attended Peak Beings 200 HR Unified Yoga Teacher Training in 2014 and has been teaching Hatha and Vinyasa style yoga
in Missoula for over 5 years. She has a B.S. in Health Promotion and is currently studying to become a Registered Nurse which lends to her advanced understanding of anatomy and physiology.
Maura enjoys sharing the benefits of yoga with all her students by inspiring self-awareness of the body and mind. She also teaches by creating an atmosphere of non-judgement toward oneself and others.
Maura safely guides each student through a practice which increases strength and flexibility and has a calming effect on the mind. Maura believes the benefits of yoga are limitless and that yoga is a compliment to any fitness routine!
DJ ReinhardtDJ has been practicing yoga since 2014 and completed her 200 HR Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Kendra Potter in 2018. She currently teaches Hatha, Vinyasa, and climbing specific yoga.
DJ believes to do something well, it must be done repeatedly and with intention, and sets out to teach classes with this in mind. She enjoys empowering students to use their breath and own their practice, whatever that may look like.
DJ considers herself a student first, and a teacher second, learning from every class she takes and teaches.