EVERLEA BRYANT is a proud mother and performer. She is a former student of The Alvin Ailey School’s Professional Division (NYC) and New World School of the Arts in Miami, FL. She is a 2008 honors graduate of the University of Florida’s School of Theatre and Dance, with a degree in Dance Performance and a minor in African Studies. Everlea graduated with a Certificate in Dance and Healing earned from the Center for the Arts and Healthcare Research (CAHRE). With UF and Shands Hospital’s CAHRE and Arts in Medicine (AIM) programs, she co-founded a program called Traffic Art and Dance Exchange, also known as Traffic. Traffic is a program for kids and teens living with sickle cell disease (SCD). For her successful work with CAHRE and Traffic, she was interviewed by Sara Versluis of Dance Teacher Magazine and her story was featured in the Magazine’s June 2011 issue.
Everlea received her Pilates education through The Pilates Center of Boulder in Boulder, CO and is a 3rd Generation Classical Pilates Instructor. She’s additionally a Host Advisor, or Assistant Teacher of Teachers, for TPC. She's earned additional Pilates training through Balanced Body and Evolve Pilates. She has extensive training working with everyone from children to elderly clientele, and as a mom of twins has personal and professional experience working with prenatal and postnatal mothers and moms with diastasis recti. She primarily teaches virtual Mat Pilates classes and virtual Private training sessions for CoreVelo Monday-Saturday and is currently accepting new clients.
•The Ailey School, Professional Division, 2006
•New World School of The Arts, 2006
•Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Dance Performance, 2008
•Certificate in Dance & Healing, 2008
•Mat & Reformer training from Evolve Pilates, 2008
•Comprehensive Pilates education from Balanced Body, 2011-2015
•Comprehensive Classical Pilates education from The Pilates Center of Boulder, 2016
•Host Advisor for The Pilates Center of Boulder, 2016-Present
•NASM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Group Fitness and Nutrition, 2020-Present