Sage Therapeutic Pilates was opened in 2017 to promote whole body health through Pilates and therapeutic exercise.  With emphasis on breath and flowing, yet precise movements Pilates helps to achieve balanced strength and stability for our bodies.  Feeling strong and moving freely have a significant influence on our quality of life, and we want to help you feel your best!

Our team has highly trained and experienced Pilates Teachers.   We work with all ages and fitness levels and have experience with many types of conditions, including scoliosis, osteoporosis, joint replacements, spine fusions, peripheral neuropathy, stenosis and arthritis.  We also enjoy working with all levels and types of athletes.  ALL body types benefit from Pilates!  

We offer individual and small group sessions on the Pilates equipment.

Individual and small group sessions are offered by appointment only.

The Sage Team


Jenny Constenius
Certified Pilates Teacher
Licensed Physical Therapist
Certified Health Coach

Jenny graduated from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center with a degree in Physical Therapy in 1990 and has practiced orthopedic physical therapy for over 30 years. She was trained in the Fletcher Pilates method and became a PMA and Fletcher certified Pilates Teacher in 2007. She is a Certified Health Coach and also has additional training in manual therapy, craniosacral therapy and Zero Balancing. She has focused her career on correcting muscle imbalances and improving body mechanics. Her years of experience have deepened her belief that exercise and good nutrition are our bodies' best medicine.

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Yarrow King
Certified Pilates Teacher
Movement Coach

Yarrow is a Fletcher Pilates Certified Teacher. She began her career in Pilates studying and teaching at the international headquarters for the Fletcher Pilates school. Surrounded by the director, lead faculty and visiting teachers from around the globe, she was immersed in this comprehensive, and profound approach to Pilates.
Yarrow’s career as a massage therapist spanned over 20 years. During that time, she was the director of Providence Institute Massage School, where she also taught massage technique, movement integration and interpersonal communication. She has continuing education in anatomy, physiology, and deep tissue massage.
Yarrow has studied extensively, taught and performed dance throughout the western United States, Cuba, the Caribbean, and Brazil. In her dance classes she shares traditional and contemporary dances of West Africa and the African Diaspora, bringing focus to deep and joyful movement from the core. She brings this approach to Pilates to help students deepen mind-body integration, grow stronger and live life with greater “zest and pleasure” (Joseph Pilates, Return to Life)


Lyssa McPherson
Master Pilates Teacher
Advanced Rossiter Stretch Coach

Lyssa began her Classical Pilates teacher training in 2004 and soon opened the first Classical Studio in Corvallis Oregon. Her business grew rapidly, and she began expanding her knowledge of movement to better serve the wide variety of clients she was attracting. In 2014, she entered an Occupational Therapy program at the local college, gaining invaluable knowledge and skills in working with individuals with physical and neurological challenges and was ultimately hired to teach pilates-based movement therapy in a physical therapy clinic. Working in a clinical setting for the last 4 years increased her understanding of movement science when working with challenging and complex myofascial issues related to pain and dysfunction. She has additionally trained in the MELT (Myofacsial Energetic Lengthening Technique) and Rossiter Stretch techniques, and integrated these skills with pilates-based exercises into a movement therapy approach she calls FasciaLogic. The FasciaLogic Approach has proved to be highly effective at unwinding and reorganizing tissue so the joints can move with less restriction, greater stability, and integrity. Her goal with every client is to restore and empower their ability to develop and maintain a healthy, strong, supple, and pain-free body for life.

Katie Surridge
Certified Pilates Teacher
Certified Gyrotonic Teacher
Certified Personal Trainer

Katie Surridge is a dedicated Pilates and Fitness professional who has been teaching for over 20 years. She began instructing group fitness classes as an undergraduate at the University of Arizona where she studied Dance, Spanish and Communication. During that time she was exposed to Pilates and developed a passion for the method. Katie attained her Fletcher Pilates certification in 2006 and primarily teaches Pilates in a private or group setting. Katie’s clients benefit from her additional perspective having attained certifications in Gyrotonic, NASM Personal Training, Yamuna Body Rolling and ACE Group Fitness. Katie offers variety and versatility. She is driven to help clients achieve their desired results while creating an environment that promotes fun and enjoyment of the workout. Her goals are to inspire mindfulness of the body and to teach lessons that can be applied in everyday life. When she is not teaching Katie loves exploring and having fun with her husband and 3 kids. She also loves to travel, dance, hike and cuddle her dog Lucy Bright.

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Natalie Comerford Dadey
Certified Pilates Teacher
Licensed Respiratory Therapist
PWR Instructor for Parkinson’s Wellness

I began teaching mat Pilates in 2007, while working full time in healthcare as a RRT./RPSGT. My experience as a mat instructor led to further education, more certifications, comprehensive Pilates training and other teaching opportunities, including my work with individuals with Parkinson's disease. What began as a hobby, became a full time vocation and passion. Pilates has been the gift that changed my body and my life and now I get to help others work successfully in all of my classes.

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Michelle Gluck
Certified Pilates Teacher

Michelle found Pilates, rather Pilates found Michelle, during a Summer surfing hiatus from her corporate job in 2004. Having never been much of an athlete or dancer Pilates snuck into her heart and has remained a source and outlet, of creativity, strength and mindfulness. Michelle was trained in Burbank, CA at Center Studio Pilates & Physical Therapy. She incorporates the concepts of Pilates into her daily life from washing the dishes, focusing on connecting the shoulders and core, to driving (with the chin slightly tucked towards a gently lifted heart). She believes this form of exercise is a way of moving gracefully through the day. After returning to corporate business, Michelle recognized the need for a regular mindful fitness practice to combat physical and mental stress. Her passion for teaching Pilates was reignited when a friend needed alternative fitness options due to neck strain from constant computer work. She enjoys teaching playful, progressive moves built around the principles of mindful movement while honoring your body as it is… today. ,


Claire Hancock
Certified Pilates Teacher
Dance Teacher and Choreographer

Claire Hancock is a choreographer, dancer, actor, and interdisciplinary artist. She holds a Master of Arts degree in European Dance Theatre from the Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London, and earned both a Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts degree in dance from the University of Arizona. Upon meeting Ron Fletcher and inspired to learn and teach his work, she completed the Fletcher Pilates® Comprehensive Program in August 2010 and has been a Fletcher Pilates® Qualified Teacher ever since. Hancock co-founded and directed Artifact Dance Project from 2009-2019 a professional dance company dedicated to dance, live music, and film. Recently she has been developing and creating work with composer Vincent Calianno for a new company, Two Trains, which focuses on producing works for new media