Peter Kowalewski is the proprietor of FUSE and has been training for 18 years since graduating with his degree in Kinesiology from WCU. The bulk of his training career was in Manhattan NY, and he still maintains a client base there. Peter’s passion drives him to always be a student of the trade and to improve his knowledge daily. He lives in Lawrenceville with his wife Stephanie (Heavenly Hounds Training), their beautiful daughter Hayden and their adorable son Peter III.
“Be Well” Michele Kersman
Michele left a successful business career to pursue her passion for health and fitness. She returned to college as an adult student and graduated in 2013 as Physical Therapist Assistant with a dual major in Exercise Science.
She currently practices in 3 outpatient physical therapy facilities treating a diverse population of patients with orthopedic and neurological conditions.
Michele also believes that “Exercise is Medicine” and one of the most important aspect of abundant health is the ability to move with ease. Her goal is to help individuals learn how to care for their bodies to reduce pain, prevent injury, and optimize performance with all functional and recreational activities.
Michele considers herself a life long student and within the last year alone has taken over 90 hours of continuing education classes. Michele lives in Langhorne, PA with her husband John.
Yoga has been part of my life for over 15 years. After years of athletics and daily gym workouts I came to yoga continuing to look for an invigorating workout. I found not only a humbling physical practice but began a journey of self-discovery. Over the years my practice and teaching have evolved alongside life’s myriad of changes. Yoga has been with me through pregnancies and motherhood, career changes and loss, injuries and surgeries. Through it all yoga has remained a constant, a type of home or safe haven where I can return to myself.
I am interested in helping students increase strength and mobility and to tap into their own inner awareness. My classes incorporate functional movements with traditional yoga poses and an emphasis on breath. Classes are tailored to the needs of my students. My hope is that you step off the mat feeling empowered, balanced and refreshed.
I have been teaching yoga for 10 years and teach all levels Vinyasa Yoga and Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga. I began my teaching journey completing Level 1 Baptiste Yoga Teacher Training and a 200hr certification for Vinyasa Yoga through One Yoga, Hightstown. I earned a 100hr Prenatal Yoga certification from A New Light Yoga & Wellness and my Postnatal, Mom and Baby Yoga certification through Baby Om. I also earned a certification through Yoga Ed. to teach children ages Pre-K – 12th grade.