StudioFit TD is committed to helping you feel well, no matter what that looks like for you. Our schedule of unique and professional group fitness classes are taught by certified, experienced instructors. We've got barre, dance, strength, yoga and yoga trapeze (and we're adding more all the time). Our studio focuses on integrated wellness, because feeling well isn't about the way you look in your leggings. Our goal is to deepen connection with our members and the wider community by providing safe and healthy movement in a body-positive environment.
Meet The Team
StudioFit Owner, Instructor
StudioFit Owner, Instructor
Hannah comes from the north coast of Oregon. Her passion for fitness comes from her beach roots of surfing and volleyball. She began her fitness career in 2011 leading group exercise classes in southern Europe. Her pursuit to learn more about exercise science lead Hannah to become an ACE Certified Personal Trainer in 2014. She enjoys working with all ages and levels! As a group fitness instructor she loves to mix it up and offer variety. Her favorite classes are Barre, HIIT Training, Restorative Stretch, Cardio Core, and Zumba Kids. Hannah also enjoys leading wellness programs and integrative-nutrition workshops. Her passion is people and her goal is to motivate and make movement a fun, safe and rewarding experience.
Matt became a Personal trainer in 1994 when he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Western Washington University.Matt played a wide variety of sports beginning in grade school and continuing on through college, with baseball and basketball. After college, he completed 2 duathlons, 7 triathlons and raced dirt bikes at the amateur level. He has coached soccer, softball, baseball, football, and basketball. He was also a snowboard instructor for 2 seasons at Mt. Hood Meadows. Early on, he was able to see how being active and being involved in a healthy lifestyle not only improved his health, but also improved his overall quality of life.
In his professional career, he is very passionate about passing that message on to his clients.
He has taught weight management, cycling and fitness classes at NW sports clubs, as well as, being an Exercise Specialist in both Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab programs through MCMC.
He has a Master’s Degree in Recreation and Sport Science, he is a level II Reiki practitioner, an AHA certified CPR instructor, and has 25 years of personal training experience.His training philosophy is simple: train the whole person: physical, mental and spiritual.
My name is Lindy McDonald I was born and raised in The Dalles, Oregon. I graduated from Oregon State University (Go Beavs!) with a bachelor’s of science in Exercise and Sports Science. I have worked in varies health and wellness areas including cardiac and pulmonary rehab, physical therapy, medical exercise, chiropractic care and corporate wellness. Currently I have the following certifications: Exercise Physiologist (ACSM), Functional Training Specialist (ACE), and Fascial Stretch Practitioner (STW). In my free time I enjoy hiking, camping, fishing, kayaking, gardening, and playing with my dog, Frank.
I'm Carlye, and I'm looking forward to meeting you in person. I started my movement journey early when my Mom enrolled me in Irish dance, and later, ballet. That quickly become the place I felt most at home, and allowed me to perform and compete ballet and Irish dance throughout the Northwest growing up. I started performing professionally after university. I founded and directed a dance company, and toured in Ireland and throughout the US.
I've always had the privilege of sharing my love of movement with others, and am excited to continue that here our wonderful community. I've taught movement for school districts and university settings, developed pre-school curriculum and managed the creative dance faculty at private dance studios, and have training and experience teaching brain compatible dance education.
I live near Mosier with my husband and two dogs, exploring the wonderland we call home.
Hi I'm Morgan!I look forward to meeting you at Studiofit! I teach a variety of group fitness classes. I have been a certified group fitness instructor since 2012 teaching Body Balance, Cardio Yoga, Pilates, Body Step, Barre and WERQ Dance Fitness.
I teach intentional movement with a focus on breath work. I find that working out is just as important for mental health as it is for physical health. Group Fitness is my happy place. I truly feel that in any class we are all working together in the same energy and that is a very powerful, positive and motivational place to connect with people.
Aside from group fitness instruction, I am a full-time mom & rehabilitation counselor. I live in Mosier and have been teaching classes in The Dalles & Hood River for the past 5 years. I love the gorge, the outdoors and our wonderful community!
Hey, I'm Kasey! I am a PT by profession and a wife, momma to 3 and adventure enthusiast by trade. Staying active with my family and friends is what I thrive on. I feel so fortunate to live in the Gorge and have access to so much beauty in the outdoors. I am a new momma to a beautiful baby girl and am finding the transition to three; busy, challenging and extremely rewarding. I am also realizing that finding time for SelfCare has never been more appreciated. I hope you can join me in carving out some "Me Time" for yourself and come enjoy the beauty of the scenery in which we live. I am very excited to be a part of what StudioFit stands for and be part of the mission to stay active and healthy in the Gorge.
Hi! I’m Susannah, and I’ve been coaching my clients to better health and happiness for 15 years. I started personal training at a gym back in 2007, but quickly branched out on my own and have had home studios at 6 different homes over the years. This allowed me to be at home with my kids while they grew up.
My strength training focus is on helping my clients become strong and to stay injury free and mobile throughout their lives, with a heavy emphasis on developing the muscles of the core, glutes and hips-our “pillar of strength.”
My other passion is Nutrition. I became a Nutritionist shortly after I started training, and then my younger son was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, so I instantly had a unique perspective on how our metabolisms and blood sugar play a huge part in our health.
Educating my clients on blood sugar management and balance is my FAVORITE part about coaching because with a few simple tweaks, nutrition all the sudden makes a LOT more sense!
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized that our Well-being is the MOST important thing in our lives…because if WE aren’t fully nourished-physically, mentally and spiritually-we can’t show up fully for those we love.
I live in Mosier with my husband. We have two grown kids (ages 18 and 19) who are living on their own. I love to be active outdoors, hiking, rafting and biking-especially E biking around the beautiful Gorge! And, I also love visiting my kids as often as I possibly can.
Whitney completed her 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Teacher vinyasa teacher training at North Main Yoga in 2008. Her training focused on restorative breath practice incorporating the Qi Gong breathing techniques of teacher Max Strong. Whitney has enjoyed teaching yoga as a healing modality to the general public and clinical populations. She believes in making yoga accessible and approachable to all persons and this philosophy inspired her career choice as an Occupational Therapist. When she’s off the mat Whitney adores music, reading plant-based cooking, knitting, writing, drawing and exploring the beautiful PNW on foot or two wheels with her dog Sophie and partner, Jay.