Lindsey Hanahan, CLMA, RSMT, NCPT, RAS

A Lindsey is a certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst (CLMA), a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (RSMT), a National Certified Pilates Teacher (NCPT), and a Redcord Activcore Specialist (RAS®)

Lindsey spent 6 years on staff in the physical medicine department at Denver Injury, a multi-disciplinary clinic specializing in complex injury rehab, where she collaborated with physical therapists and doctors on patient care. Her original Pilates training was done privately with Donna McLean Studios, followed by completing the Polestar® Pilates training program and working at Polestar Denver. 


She was honored to be accepted for the Balanced Body Faculty training with the gifted Nora St. John and is excited to be a Balanced Body Master Instructor for both Pilates and MOTR. She received her CoreAlign instructor training locally from Carrie Lamb, DPT and Balanced Body Master Instructor for CoreAlign, and continues her studies regularly.  She has also completed her Redcord suspension training for rehab and fitness and is a Redcord Activcore Specialist.  Her continuing education work includes courses in lumbar stabilization (with Mark Commerford and Paul Hodges), thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS), Aston Patterning, Pathokinesiology of the Upper and Lower Extremities with Lise Stolze, Advanced Gait and Rotational Sports with Dav Cohen, PNF Patterning and Upper Body Stability/Mobility with Irene Dowd, and Pfilates (pelvic floor plyometrics) with Bruce Crawford, MD.  

Since studying the Pfilates work, Lindsey has delved into the endless links between pelvic floor dysfunction and movement dysfunction. She is part of the Lumbo-Pelvic Pain group at Presbyterian/St. Lukes hospital in Denver founded by urologist Nel Gerig, MD, teaches regular Pfilates courses to help those with common pelvic floor weaknesses to quickly regain that muscular function, and privately with others who struggle with over-active pelvic floors. Her unique combination of Bartenieff Fundamentals and Pilates training has proven to be a dynamic and effective tool when educating clients in this area.

Most recently, along with her husband Tom Geissler, Lindsey created the Tweener™ Bar and Tweener™ Bar PLUS, both of which work on the CoreAlign® ladder to improve the biomechanics for people of any size using the equiment, and increase the range of possibilities on that equipment with the addition of variable resistance.

Lindsey relocated to Denver in 2001 from New York City, where she was a professional dancer, teacher, choreographer, director and producer. She has taught dance in the US, Canada and China and has choreographed regionally and in Denver where she received the Marlowe Award for her work on Next Stage Theater’s productions of Chess and Assassins. She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association, and former Chair of AEA’s Denver Area Liaison Committee.

As a student athlete, Lindsey’s sport of choice was track and field. As an adult, she is an avid tennis player and loves working with individual and team athletes including younger athletes looking to improve their overall movement and improve their competitive skills.

Michael Driscoll, MFA, GCFP

Michael brings his extensive background in movement therapy, including training in Pilates, Feldenkrais and GYROTONIC®, to his clients at MOVE Studios.


After seventeen years of professional dance experience (modern and jazz dance) and a Master of Fine Arts degree, Michael turned his talents to the world of fitness and movement education. In 1996 he obtained a Principles of Intelligent Movement Certification in Pilates and GYROTONIC®, followed in 1998 by a Polestar® Pilates certification for fitness and rehabilitation. He has completed both Level 1 and Level 2 GYROTONIC® certification, training directly with GYROTONIC® founder Juliu Horvath.


In addition to his Pilates and GYROTONIC® disciplines, Michael completed a 4-year Feldenkrais* Guild® of North America certified training program and is a member of the Feldenkrais Guild® of North America. He has taught nationally for Polestar Education and is also member of the Pilates Method Alliance (PMA).

Michael’s dance background, extensive training and professional certifications have helped him create a movement “toolbox” which he uses to assist individuals at all skill and fitness levels to achieve their functional, fitness and rehabilitation goals. In his work, both privately and in group settings, Michael always strives to develop a broader functional awareness of movement in his clients’ lives.

*The Feldenkrais® method is a form of somatic education that uses gentle movement and directed attention to improve movement and enhance human functioning.

Megan McGregor, NCPT, MAT® Jumpstart Certified

Megan is a Senior Pilates Instructor, CoreAlign Instructor, National Certified Pilates Teacher and MAT Jumpstart Practitioner at MOVE Studios


Megan grew up in Anchorage, AK, and graduated from the University of Oregon (Eugene) with a degree in Exercise and Movement Science and a minor in Dance, received her Pilates training through Polestar Education in 2005, and has been teaching CoreAlign since 2010.   She has also studied Yamuna body rolling, the MELT method, and Gyrotonics.  Prior to moving to Denver, she was a member of the Advisory Board for the Exercise and Movement Science Programs at Lane Community College.

As a young dancer, Megan’s interest in teaching the joy of movement began when she assisted her favorite dance teacher as a teen, and continued as she taught dance through college. After graduation she started Pilates as recuperation from sitting all day, but soon discovered both the mind and body benefits from the work and chose to certify through Polestar (2005).  As Pilates Director at her former studio in Eugene, she trained and tested incoming instructors and worked closely with local physical therapists, referring back and forth as needed to provide an integrated recovery for clients.  She was also certified on CoreAlign through the creator of the equipment, Jonathan Hoffman, in 2010.  She trained in Muscle Activation Technique (MAT) through the Jumpstart program and will be completing the MAT Specialist certification in 2020

As part of her continuing education pursuits, Megan has worked with kettlebells, sandbells, TRX, Escape Fitness products, Precor Selectorized machines, and even consulted on opening a high-end gym.  She has also worked at outreach and community connections including serving for three years (2 as co-chair) on a board of the Eugene Chamber of Commerce.

Megan is honored to be able to make her passion her career and is thrilled to work with clients, helping them experience and better understand movement and to discover both the physical and the mental benefits of exercise. She believes that through conscious and deliberate effort you can work together to develop more efficient movement patterns for any body. She believes that movement is necessary, both for the body and the soul – which makes MOVE Studios a great home for her movement pursuits!

Ashley Monroe

Ashley is a Senior Pilates Instructor and Personal Trainer at MOVE Studios


Originally from San Francisco, Ashley graduated from California State University (Chico) with a BA in Musical Theater and moved to New York City to pursue a career in theatre and dance. However, a long list of dance injuries that would impress a professional stuntman ultimately led her down a different path.

After dislocating her right knee for the fifth time, Ashley met a physical therapist who seemed to know more about movement than any of her previous therapists.  When she inquired about the difference in approach, he explained that it was his certification in Pilates that changed his way of working – and that changed Ashley’s life.  She decided right then and there to become certified in Pilates.

In 2007, she received her Pilates Mat and Apparatus Certifications under the direction of Lawson Harris at The Lab in NYC. She is also a certified personal trainer through A.C.E and is trained in multiple fitness areas including TRX, Zumba, Rebounding, Kettle Bell 1 & 2 and Kick Boxing for Fitness.

Her extensive Pilates continuing education includes specialized courses in pre- and post-natal Pilates (Pilates on Fifth, Lesley Powell, Bridge Pilates), osteoporosis (Pilates for Buff Bones-Rebekah Rotstein), arthritis, Innovative Therapeutic Stretching (Anthony Levitt), foot and knee issues, shoulder impingement and scoliosis (with Karen Clippinger), and advanced workshops on individual apparatus (barrel, chair, Pilates ARC, foam roller).

Ashley truly loves fitness, a career where she can empower both women and men and help them to feel good about themselves and their bodies.  “I love teaching Pilates!  The whole purpose is to realign the body, adding core strength and a better awareness of how to move throughout your day.  I find seeing the change in my clients incredibly rewarding.  It dramatically changed my life and, if you give it a chance, I know it will change yours too.”

Ashley arrived in Denver with her husband Nathaniel and her son Jackson from her most recent home, Brooklyn, New York .  She is excited to start her new journey here in Denver.

When not in the Pilates studio, you may find Ashley hanging off a pole somewhere teaching burlesque arts to adventurous students around town, or selling fascinators and other accessories for burlesque performers around the country. She’s one very talented lady, and we’re delighted to have her on the MOVE team

Rachel Stamey, NMT, PTA

Rachel’s ability to seamlessly connect Pilates and movement training with her neuromuscular therapy skills is a wonderful asset to clients at MOVE.


Rachel is a neuromuscular massage therapist, physical therapy assistant, and Pilates instructor. As a young dancer studying with Colorado Ballet, she was introduced to Pilates for conditioning and injury rehab.  After ten years of classical dance training, competition (including winning the Denver Ballet Guild competition), and performing with the junior company, Rachel channeled her dance experience into earning a neuromuscular massage certification and began practicing at the Colorado Center for Physical Therapy in 2007.  She decided to layer movement therapy on top of her manual therapy skills in 2010, completing a Pilates certification in rehab and conditioning exercise through the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in the DK Body Balancing Method. 


In 2015, Rachel graduated from the Pima Medical Institute and obtained her PTA license.  She has over 13 years of experience teaching small group Reformer classes and one-on-one rehab sessions in a physical therapy setting, combining the Pilates and movement work with her manual therapy skills to allow her clients to achieve their maximum functional capacity.   A voracious learner and gifted therapist who is constantly looking for new challenges, Rachel is currently completing a second Pilates training (Balanced Body’s Comprehensive Pilates Certification), increasing the depth of her Pilates knowledge and skills.  She’s very excited to be part of the movement therapy and education-focused approach at MOVE.

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