Meet our newest instructor


Meet Kerry Sinclair, our newest instructor! A dedicated teacher of classical pilates and yoga, Kerry has 12 years of experience designing programs for a diverse client base that includes performance athletes, seniors, soon-to-be-moms, and more. Kerry’s focuses are on alignment and functional movement, and her teaching is centered on the principles of Joseph pilates, Vinyasa and Anusara yoga. She describes teaching as one of the great joys of her life, and part of her foundation for living in a busy world.

We are so excited to welcome Kerry to FitCrush and look forward to her first pilates class on February 9. Beginning tomorrow, Kerry will be teaching pilates every Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Sign up through our online schedule.

We hope to see you there!



Lengthen and Strengthen with Lisa O.


Lisa  leads our Barre Body classes to get you tight and toned! And check out her new class – Lengthen – available after some of our Crush60 classes for some more intense stretching to compliment your high intensity and weight training workouts. Check the schedule for more details

Lisa is a certified Barre Body instructor and First Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo. In addition to her teaching at FitCrush, she works domestically and internationally to help combat violence against women. Prior to FitCrush, Lisa was a small business owner in Bethesda for four years; spent six years as the Director of Government Affairs for Communities In School, Inc.; and worked six years as a Legislative Assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives for Members representing districts in Chicago and Los Angeles. She currently resides in Glen Echo Heights with her husband, Dan, their four children and dog, Gifford.

Four Questions with Lisa:

What led you to your Taekwondo practice?
I discovered Taekwondo through my children, who were 4 and 6 years old at the time. I used my Taekwondo practice to find strength and stress release while going through a divorce. As I progressed, my goal was to use the skills I learned to pay it forward and empower other women.

What is Your Favorite Post Workout Snack?
Toast and marmite – I like to eat my carbs right after I work out, and marmite has great B vitamins that give me a boost. My British husband introduced it to me (Thank you Dan!).

What Song Motivates You Every Time You Hear It?
Woman’s World, by Cher

What is the biggest change you see in your students from taking barre classes consistently?
Better posture, lifted derriere, and core strength.