Kevyn began practicing and fell in love with Pilates 20 years ago. After teaching internationally for just over 14 years, she is now recognized as an expert in the Pilates world. She currently resides in Manhattan and is the proud and grateful founder of Kevyn Zeller Pilates on the Upper East Side. She is one of the most sought after teachers in Manhattan and her studio is a true urban oasis unlike any other.
Kevyn began Pilates at age 17 after experiencing a knee injury as a long distance runner. The practice not only healed her knee injury but truly became an essential part of her life.
Kevyn received her Pilates Certification and Master’s Certification at The Pilates Center in Boulder, Colorado. While studying at The Pilates Center, she simultaneously obtained her degree in Kinesiology at The University of Colorado at Boulder. Her degree in Kinesiology allows her to back the artistry of her teaching scientifically. Her teaching truly represents both a knowledge of, and fascination for movement and physiology. Her approach is subtle in that she prefers to allow the student to realize what they already know. She feels thankful and extremely honored to be a part of their journey towards optimal health. She has worked with clients of all ages and levels of fitness and teaches fluently in French and Spanish. Her enthusiasm for sharing Pilates with others is genuine…and contagious.
Scotty Craig, owner, and founder of Sublime Harvest in NYC, was inspired to begin cooking at home shortly after graduating from college. As a naturally creative person, it provided a powerful outlet for his passionately artistic side.
He was soon offered an opportunity to work in some of the finest restaurants in Santa Cruz and San Diego, California under Chef Susan Sbicca and Chef Thomas Vinolus. He spent 10 years honing his skills and becoming very efficient in the kitchen. He meticulously practiced and learned to execute a wide variety of cooking styles and countless techniques, all while becoming an avid surfer.
He furthured his passion for food and nutrition, working for Whole Foods as the Facility Team Leader for the Rocky Mountain Kitchen. In this position, he was able to nurture his creativity by perfecting exisiting recipes as well as developing new and healthy recipes for the prepared foods sold in stores in the Rocky Mountain Region. This opportunity shifted his perspective on food in a very clear and health focused way.
Scotty immersed himself in learning everything he could about the healing powers of food. He believes that the most effective way to connect with nature and with health is through connecting with what you eat. Scott works every day to better understand what seasonal foods most effectively nurture health. He lives to share this knowledge with his students so that they are able to stop merely living and begin to THRIVE by adding a more mindful diet into their lifestyle!
His passion for what he does is genuine… and you can always taste the love and care he puts into his food.