ie studies, like Anatomy Trains, Gymnastics Bodies and Nutritious Movement, have picked up and filled in the gaps. Annie will forever be a student of the wondrous human body and will excitedly continue to convey her knowledge to her students/clients.
Ren Boettger began her journey as a Pilates instructor rather recently but has already developed a deep rooted passion for the art of Controlology. Ren has a background
in ballet, starting as a young child and has been practicing Yoga for the last 20 years. By day, she is a Physical Therapist Asst with a specialty in Acute Care and treats hospitalized patients to regain functional mobility after prolonged illness. She is especially drawn to the Pilates method of exercise because of the focus on strengthening, lengthening and balancing the body in a safe and effective way that can be tailored for any physical level and become a life longpractice. She truly believes that finding your own passion for movement will improve every aspect of life allowing one to lead a meaningful and joyful existence. Ren lives with her husband Ben, and two ornery children on the beautiful Choptank River in Cambridge, MD.
Karen Knauss, RYT 200, Physical Therapy Assistant and Radiant Child Yoga Teacher, Karen blends her physical therapy background with alignment-based yoga instruction. Trained at Willow Street Yoga Center by Maria Hamburger, Joe Miller and Natalie Miller, Karen continues studies in children’s yoga through Radiant Child, is a certified stand-up paddle board instructor, and is a certified Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR) leader.