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Jenna Goode - Founder

Jenna Goode, Core Collective Broad founder, is a Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher, with over 20 years of Pilates teaching experience.
Owning a studio for over a decade Jenna has hand-selected her teachers to provide a unique experience that includes whole-body movement, breath, control & centering which translates into other forms of exercise, sports & daily life. 
with Jenna's team

Jenna Goode, NCPT

Jenna Goode, Core Collective Broad founder, is a Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher, with nearly 20 years of Pilates experience & over a decade as a studio owner. Jenna discovered Pilates in Charleston after earning her degree from the College of Charleston. She studied at Southeastern Neuromuscular & Massage Therapy & certified as a personal trainer. After deciding she wanted to dive deeper into this mindful movement method, she went on to start her Pilates training with Earthling Studio. She completed her 700 hour comprehensive teacher training led by Ellie Herman in 2005. The rehabilitative aspects of functional movement for injury prevention, alignment & postural control are an important part of her class formats. She blends the therapeutic aspects of Pilates with the athletic to create challenging workouts suitable for clients of all ages & stages. Her passion for the Pilates method led her to develop the JFG Pilates comprehensive apprentice & teacher training program at Core Collective Broad.


Megan McCusker, NCPT

Megan was a professional ballet dancer and teacher who discovered the benefits of Pilates early in her dancing career. She has been practicing Pilates for over a decade and dancing for over twenty years. She earned her BFA in Dance from the University of Oklahoma. Megan completed her Mat Certification with the Physical Mind Institute in 2010. She later completed her Balanced Body Reformer Teacher Training with Balanced Body Nashville and completed her comprehensive Pilates teacher training with Core Collective Broad. In 2020, she took the NCPT exam and became a Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher. She fell in love with Pilates because of its similarities to dance in the way it lengthens and strengthens the body while maintaining healthy alignment. 

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Maggie Phillips

Maggie has practiced Pilates since 2006 - throughout 3 pregnancies, through multiple injuries and in great health. She loves how it can be tailored to fit wherever you are and can return you to health and balance. Maggie has taught fitness classes for many years and she loves that Pilates doesn't get easier, but that the work continues to challenge the body as it gets stronger. Maggie has been part of our teaching team at CCB since 2018.


Laura Gawel, NCPT

Laura has aspired to be an athlete at every stage of her life. After a recurring running injury set her back in 2010, a friend recommended barre classes, and soon after she became a group fitness junkie. A few years later she dislocated her shoulder in a rollerblading accident and, in the years that followed, attended physical therapy to treat both shoulders. After rehabilitating from shoulder surgery she joined a Pilates studio near her apartment in Chicago and immediately began to notice her body recover faster and stronger. What Laura admires most about Pilates is it is a safe, challenging, and healing workout for the mind and body. 


Kamryn Carmody 

Kamryn, a Memphis native, works in the nursing department at CBU during the day and spends her afternoons and weekends at Core Collective Broad. She first found Pilates in high school when she would visit California every summer. She found a gym that offered reformer Pilates and immediately found a love for it. After a few years her sister found CCB and introduced it to her - now she hasn’t looked back! Kamryn completed her Pilates Teacher Training with CCB in Fall 2021. Pilates has brought her an uplifting community, given her a practice she loves and learns from continuously, and opportunities for growth both mentally and physically. 


Missy Boston

Missy comes from a background in healthcare and has always believed that movement is medicine. She was enamored with the holistic approach to a healthy lifestyle that the practice of Pilates can provide an individual. It is full-body movement, rehabilitative, restorative, therapeutic, strengthening, and goal orientated. Missy completed teacher training in 2021 at Core Collective Broad and loves sharing her love of this movement practice with her students.


Grace Booth

Grace was first introduced to Pilates during college and it was love from first class. She found CCB during her first year as a nurse while looking for something to add to her exercise regimen that would help her gain strength, balance, and control. After advancing in her own practice, she began to see the benefits of Pilates in both her body and mind.  Grace believes that Pilates is for every body, and has a passion for helping others experience the benefits of consistent practice. 


Shannon Schwab, PT, DPT

Shannon is a pediatric physical therapist who has enjoyed the benefits of Pilates for years. She grew up as a dancer, and took Pilates mat classes to stay active during off seasons. After completing her physical therapy degree, she had a renewed interest in Pilates as a fitness program that is rooted in alignment, functional movement, and balanced muscle development.


She found Core Collective in 2021 and was drawn to the challenging classes and supportive community. As a teaching apprentice, she loves seeing how Pilates can empower people of all ages and fitness levels by improving their strength and mobility.


Natalie Brashear

Natalie is a Memphis native, who after several years of working in New York City in the fine art market, returned home to slow down and realign. Over the past three years, her pilates practice developed into a routine passion, a force for balance and mental clarity that she hopes to share with others through her developing teaching practice. She is fascinated by the life-changing benefits of strengthening the mind-body connection and how these positive changes in our bodies trickle into the details of our day-to-day lives. Still a lover and devotee of the arts, Natalie is also the Children's Garden Curator at the Memphis Botanic Garden, managing and planning creative endeavors to inspire local youth and parents alike.

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Tatum Talley

Yoga Instructor & Personal Trainer


Tatum is originally from Texas & is a RYT 300 yoga teacher as well as a certified personal trainer. She moved to Memphis several years ago & has been enjoying pouring into the Memphis community with yoga & fitness. Tatum's intention is focused on helping people use movement for strength, recovery, stress management & overall wellness. She is passionate about sharing these benefits with others. She says, as a mother, student, partner, yoga has been a saving grace in having a more calm & peaceful life.

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Mattie Lachenmaier

Mattie was first introduced to Pilates in 2013 and instantly fell in love with the discipline and
the benefits of the practice. She has always had an appreciation for health and fitness and
enjoys learning about the body. She earned a B.A. in Kinesiology from Southwestern
University, where she completed coursework in Movement Analysis, Biomechanics, Exercise
Prescription, Exercise Physiology, and Anatomy. Mattie is also comprehensively certified in Pilates through BASI. Mattie appreciates that Pilates uses a holistic, mindful approach to fitness and that it can be personalized based on individual needs. She loves using her creativity to design fun yet challenging workouts for clients in both group and individual settings.

If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30,

you are old. IF it is completely flexible at 60,

you are young. 

- Joseph Pilates

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