Meet Our Instructors
Movement professionals at The NOCO Pilates Company in Windsor, CO
Pi-Yo-Co Director, Pilates and Yoga Professional and Franklin Method Level 1 Instructor
I began my journey in 1996 studying Ashtanga Yoga at Aims Community College, and I later received my Yoga teaching certification through AAAI/ISMA. In 2003 I completed my Pilates training at the world renowned Pilates Center in Boulder, Colorado.
I have been blessed with the amazing experience to run and operate my own studio since 2003. I began at the Health Club at Pelican Lakes from 2003-2010 and then on to birth the Yoga Pilates Center at the Fort Collins club directing and managing their program for 2 years, from 2007-2009. The opportunity to take on The Windsor Pilates Yoga Studio in June of 2010 added to the unbelievably divine and fortunate events of my journey. We bought the studio and changed the name to The Pilates Yoga company in November of 2010 and moved back to Pelican Lakes in 2017 where we still are today.
During this time I’ve continued to certify in many contemporary Pilates apparatus, as well as Franklin Method and Facsinator. More than 2 decades of guidance in movement and I’m still learning and personifying these techniques.
I am grateful and look forward to providing outstanding service to current clientele as well as giving new clients the experience of these modalities.
Balanced Body Certified Pilates Instructor
My fascination with movement began as a young adult after the joy and freedom of moving without pain was taken away from me. At 17 a perfect storm of events caused my health to spiral downward and changed my world as I knew it. I suffered from chronic pain and a neurological disorder that left me mostly bed bound for the next 5 years.
I began to regain health as I worked with an OT that specializes in a form of bodywork called Myofascial Therapy. As my body began to heal it was clear I needed to relearn how to move! That is when Pilates came into my life. I worked with a Physical Therapist who used Pilates as a tool to teach movement. That allowed me to begin to break free from the ties that bound my body and the fear that had restricted my movement for so many years. I began to experience joy and freedom in moving again. That is where my passion and fascination of the human body and its power to heal began.
I pursued an education in both John Barnes Myofascial Release (MFR) and Pilates through the Balanced Body training program. I believe that these two modalities complement each other in the most powerful way. MFR provides deep, authentic healing and Pilates makes functional movement accessible and fun! Pilates is so much more than an exercise regimen. It is a way to address dysfunctional movement patterns that may lead to injury down the road, or retrain muscles due to an old injury or chronic pain. I love using Pilates as a tool to help people tune into their bodies and find efficient movement that feels good!
VICTORIA THREADGOULD</p> <p>NPCP, NCSF-CPT
I moved to Windsor in August 2022 after spending 10 years in Austin, TX. It was time for a change of climate and scenery! One thing that hasn’t changed is my love for movement. As a Pilates Method Alliance Certified Teacher, I have been teaching mat and apparatus classes since 2014. Whether working with clients 1-1, or in a small-group setting, I focus on individual needs and goals. I enjoy working with pregnant/post-natal women, injured/rehab clients, young adults to seniors with scoliosis and spondylolysis, as well as recreational and high-performing athletes. As a competitive athlete, with my fair share of injuries, my Pilates practice helps me to maintain an awareness of correct body mechanics and postural alignment. I also hold a Personal Strength and Fitness Certification through the National Council on Strength & Fitness (NCSF); and an Advanced Diploma in Personal Nutrition from NCFE (Northern Council for Further Education). I am interested in applied neurology training, the fascial system, and scar tissue release therapy. When I’m not moving my body -Pilates, running, cycling – I enjoy cooking, crocheting, and drinking tea.
B.A. in Kinesiology & Licensed Massage Therapist, and Balanced Body Certified Pilates Instructor
I’m a mom, meditation practitioner, gardener and an empathic healer. Currently, I’m passionate about helping you to connect to your fascial system (the webbing encasing our entire body) through healthy movement. I am Balance Body trained in Pilates and Corealign and am thrilled to be working in this gorgeous studio with these highly skilled instructors! I have past experience of living with aches and chronic pain, I now live with joy and ease. I am honored to have the chance to share some tools with you to encourage your growth and well-being. I strive to be in sync with the nature of life – continually expanding, growing, and surrendering to the greater flow. I look forward to exploring with you!
RYT-200 Yoga Instructor and Certified Aerial Yoga Instructor
Kristin is an energetic and passionate professional motivated to help individuals of differing backgrounds, sizes, orientation, ages and physical abilities experience the full benefits of Yoga. She is very eager to share and lead experiences in playful joy, body transformation and mental clarity.
Having fun is always a priority, so feel free to laugh and try new things. Some days are epic, other days you just need reassurance that you are still a good human being that is not alone in this crazy world. Kristin wants to be a part of all those moments!
Kristin loves teaching private/semi private sessions/parties, and is skilled in modifications for mobility or injury concerns. Class types are Hatha, Power or Slow Flow, Restorative, Yin, and of course the Aerial silks yoga/Aerialists!! Kristin is joining the Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga instruction team this summer.
Pilates Teacher / Licensed Massage Therapist / Corrective Exercise Specialist
John has been a lifelong martial artist and a certified karate instructor for over 35 years. He discovered Pilates in 2013 while researching fitness training and teaching programs available through the GI Bill. He was impressed with the challenging and beneficial Pilates method and began the journey to teacher certification. John studied with 2nd Generation Master Instructors Richard Rossiter and Bonnie Grebe in Lafayette, CO and became a comprehensive Pilates teacher in 2015. Since then, he has become a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certified personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist, as well as a Colorado-licensed massage therapist.
John is a retired U.S. Air Force officer and recently completed a second career as a defense industry contractor, managing aviation operations in support of worldwide U.S. military missions. He is now committed to performing corrective bodywork and teaching Pilates in order to help clients achieve proper neuromuscular function for higher physical performance. John provides services combining elements of classical Pilates, corrective exercise, and massage to maximize the benefits of each of those therapies. This multidisciplinary approach provides clients with a wide range of safe and effective options to correct movement compensations and muscular dysfunctions in order to feel, move and live better.