Cheryl has been interested in health, fitness and the environment for as long as she can remember. She managed a health food store in Tahlequah for several years, has been a Registered Environmental Specialist and Administrative Manager for the Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission for the last 17 years, holds a BS in Nutrition & Management, and an MS in Environmental Management. In her mid-40's, she began experiencing autoimmune issues that run prevalent in her family. She got serious about her yoga practice and received her first yoga certification in 2002. With the changes in her body through menopause, she became interested in the benefit Pilates can provide and received her first certification in Pilates in 2010. She taught at Angela’s Fitness Center for Women in Tahlequah for 8 years and now teaches and co-owns The 108 Yoga and Wellness Studio in Tahlequah. Cheryl is passionate in her belief that everyone can benefit from a regular yoga and Pilates practice, regardless of their fitness level or stage of life. She enjoys working with a wide variety of people to help them achieve their fitness goals.