Meg was born and raised in Pocatello, attended BYU where she earned her Bachelors in Exercise Science. While attending college she taught ballet at two different private studios in Saratoga Springs and Spanish Fork, Utah. She has always had a passion for fitness.
This passion led her to creating The Barre, a space where people can come and enjoy themselves in a comfortable and inviting environment while getting a good workout. She is a certified Personal Trainer (NASM) and IBBFA Barre Certified. She is a mom of two boys who love adventuring and keep her on her toes every day all day. She absolutely loves what she does and can’t wait to share her love of all things fitness with you.
Dakota was born and raised in small town Lava Hot Springs, and after a short time in Twin Falls, she met her husband Josh and returned home. Dakota grew up dancing, and has trained in many styles of dance and has taught dance classes for most of her adult life.
Kalie Rice is originally from Las Vegas and moved to Pocatello to play soccer on a scholarship for ISU from 2005-08. She graduated with her bachelor’s in Exercise Science, minor in Health Education and a minor in Psychology. She has a supportive husband, Brandon Rice; and two adorable little girls Kinsley and Mavrik! Kalie loves all things exercise, sports and the outdoors. Her family, faith, and friends are the most important things to her!
Waylon attended his first yoga class in 2011. He first used yoga to pass the time because of a low snow year and he couldn’t go skiing. He soon discovered what an important role yoga played in his life. With the combination of overcoming his childhood home burning down in a forest fire and attending a yoga festival in 2012, he knew he wanted to become a yoga instructor and share what he had found with yoga.
connecting with the emotional and mental body. Waylon’s classes can be challenging, but with his sense of humor, he can make anyone feel welcome. Waylon believes that with a steady yoga practice we can learn to overcome obstacles in our life. When we overcome something we find challenging on our mat, we can take that same attitude out of the studio into our everyday lives. When we learn to use the breath to work through a challenging pose we can use that same breath to work through anything our daily lives present to us.
I’m Sara and I am SO excited to be a new addition to The Barre family! My husband and I have just moved here to Pocatello from Logan, Utah! My husband will be doing the pharmacy program here at ISU. I work as an RN on the Cardiovascular floor at PMC. We have a three year old that sure keeps me on my toes!
Tammy is a mother of four beautiful children. She has been teaching yoga for 20+ years with certifications in Ace and Safax. She is an amazing RN with a passion for making others feel and look their best.
Hello! My name is Andrea Stuart I’m 27 years old! My husband and I moved to Pocatello over a year ago, I’m originally from Fargo, North Dakota! I played sports my entire life, Ice hockey and track being the main two, so I have always had a love for fitness, and being active. I’m so excited to be a part of The Barre family!
Mandy has lived in Pocatello for three years, but has always considered Idaho home. She has been married 14 years and has 4 adorable kiddos that keep her busy. They love to do all things outdoors, especially camping and fishing. Mandy loves the motivation and connection group fitness provides. Mandy is a certified personal trainer and a certified Barre/Upbeat Barre instructor. She is so excited to be a part of The Barre family!