Our friendly, qualified staff is certified to provide the highest quality therapy and fitness guidance to you.
Kimberly Croley – DPT, MBA, MTC
As a certified manual therapist, Kimberly specializes in the treatment of the spine and extremities with a hands on approach. The manual therapy certification through the University of St. Augustine is an intense program which specializes in the treatment of orthopedic injures through the use of hands on techniques. These techniques combined with appropriate exercise prescription allows patients to continue their rehabilitation outside of the clinic. She specializes in the treatment of orthopedic injuries, spine conditions both acute and chronic as well as post-operative rehabilitation. Kimberly is a STOTT PILATES® trained rehab instructor and is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN), Core Barre ™ and Piloxing®.
Kimberly has been practicing in the Atlanta community since 2002. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. In 2006 she completed her Masters of Business from Mercer University.
Jessica Loncar first became interested in movement, fitness and physical health during her years as a competitive gymnast. This interest grew stronger after she volunteered for many years at Camp Dream Street, a camp for children with physical disabilities. She began practicing physical therapy in Atlanta in 1999, after having graduated from Tulane University and receiving her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She continues to pursue education in the field, including multiple courses in manual therapy, real-time ultrasound, neurodynamics and advanced problem solving for physical therapists. Jessica’s serious interest in Pilates as an adjunct to her physical therapy practice began after attending a Pilates course for healthcare professionals in 2002. After using the new exercises with her patients in an outpatient orthopedic practice and seeing fantastic results, she pursued her STOTT PILATES® certification. She also became a STOTT PILATES® Rehab Instructor Trainer in April 2009, one of only seven in the United States. She now is able to train and certify other physical therapists in the field for Pilates in rehabilitation. Jessica specializes in the treatment of a variety of spine and extremity conditions, and is a credentialed McKenzie Institute® therapist as well as a Board Certified (Physical Therapy) Specialist in Orthopedics. She is also certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN), Core Barre ™ and Piloxing®.
Jessica is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia, and the Pilates Method Alliance. She has contributed frequently to the Better Health section of the Atlanta Journal Constitution as a freelance writer and is pleased to be on the editorial panel of the Best Self Atlanta magazine.
Jessica has always enjoyed personally connecting with her clients. She has the technical knowledge and training as well as the concerned and encouraging attitude that best contribute to a client’s meeting their rehabilitation and fitness goals. Opening Stability Pilates and Physical Therapy is the realization of a dream for her, both personally and professionally. She knows that offering a wide range of services in a one-on-one setting like that offered at Stability is the best possible way to both assist her patients and to practice her profession.
Jenna graduated from the University of Michigan in 2012 with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology and earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy with honors from the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine. During her education at the University of Miami, Jenna completed advanced courses in sport-specific training, strength and conditioning, and Pilates-based rehabilitation. She furthered her interest in Pilates by earning her Pilates certification for rehabilitation specialists through Polestar Pilates. Jenna is passionate about integrating Pilates with physical therapy and believes that despite one’s age or level of fitness, Pilates can help to improve body awareness, habitual movement patterns and posture, and enhance one’s overall quality of life.
Jenna has furthered her education through numerous courses including vestibular rehabilitation, treatment of the TMJ, and is trained and certified in Functional Dry Needling through Kinetacore.
Jenna was born and raised in Atlanta and in her free time enjoys running, Pilates, tennis, and spending time with her family and friends.
Originally from Raleigh NC, Claire graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science with Honors with a second major in Spanish. She came to Atlanta for physical therapy school as she graduated with as a Doctor of Physical Therapy with Highest Honors from Emory University in 2015. Claire is comprehensively trained in Pilates for Rehabilitation through Polestar Pilates. Claire is also a certified manual trigger point therapist (CMTPT) through Myopain Seminars having completed trigger point dry needling training to an advanced level. Claire’s first experiences with Pilates were in her clinical rotations and electives at Emory as she completed Balanced Body Mat training Levels 1 and 2 while in school. She immediately saw how beneficial Pilates is in a rehabilitation setting and became interested in incorporating Pilates into her physical therapy practice. Claire is looking forward to utilizing Pilates based techniques to treat the whole body as a system. Claire truly believes that movement is the key to a healthy life. When Claire is not working, she can be found running/cycling/walking on the Beltline, at a Braves game, or traveling with her husband.
Autumn is a Georgia native, born and raised right here in Atlanta. She is a Physical Therapist Assistant, graduating from an esteemed PTA program in 1999. Autumn is a STOTT PILATESⓇ trained rehab instructor. She has many years’ experience in busy outpatient orthopedic practices. Autumn’s expertise includes spine and sacroiliac dysfunction, a manual hands-on approach with all orthopedic diagnoses, improving balance and mobility in clients with these limitations. Autumn feels that Pilates should be incorporated into everyone’s rehabilitation program and weekly exercise routine. Autumn is Titleist Performance Institute Certified. She helps golfers recover from injuries and provides golf specific programs to improve power, strength, balance, and flexibility.
Erin is a physical therapist who is passionate about establishing movement to enhance the physical and emotional well-being of people in her community. Erin graduated from Columbia University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013, is a board certified Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS), and received her Certification in Manual Physical Therapy (CMPT) from the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). She specializes in the treatment of pre-professional and professional dancers from companies, Broadway shows, and schools such as New York City Ballet, School of American Ballet, Ballet Arizona, and many others. The importance of movement through dance has led to the integration of Pilates into rehabilitation for her patients and believes all people should have freedom of movement throughout their daily lives. Erin is experienced in the treatment of spinal, hip, foot, and ankle pathologies. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family.
Sarah received her Bachelor of Education Degrees from The University of Georgia in Athletic Training and Exercise and Sport Science. After working as an athletic trainer, she went on to graduate from Mercer University in 2017 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree.
She returned to her hometown of Atlanta in 2022 by way of Auburn, Alabama where she was a Clinic Director of an Outpatient Physical Therapy Practice. She has built her specialization in treating those with connective tissue disorders, such as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, individuals in performing arts, patients with chronic pain syndromes and myofascial pain, and sports medicine and injury prevention. She is a Myopain Seminars Certified Dry Needling Practitioner, has provided guest lectures on the topic of Cupping/Myofascial Decompression, and is a STOTT Pilates Trained Rehabilitation Practitioner.
Her passion in clinical work is developing trusting, positive relationships with her clients and creating individual treatment plans that consider the body and mind holistically rather than solely on the affected body part or region. She combines her knowledge of Physical Therapy, Athletic Training, her studies from National Taiwan Sport University, Pilates, Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling, and personal experience with a connective tissue disorder to help her client achieve their goals.
Sarah is an active member within the Local and National sections of the APTA, holding positions on APTA Alabama Board of Directors, APTA AL Governmental Action Committee, and Alabama APTA Executive Committee. She has been nationally recognized as a 2023 APTA Emerging Leader and has also received awards for her efforts with Legislative Action related to Direct Access in Alabama.
Jess earned her degrees in Exercise Science from the University of North Georgia and Doctor of Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. She is certified in dry needling through the Institute of Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments. While she has experience in outpatient orthopedics, she takes particular interest in the spine and unique manual therapy approaches. Jess believes that, with consistency, strength and stability can greatly improve functional mobility. She enjoys focusing on functional movements with patients, to make daily activities much easier.When Jess first witnessed the reformer implemented into physical therapy practice, she was amazed with the creative ways it could be utilized. Since then, Jess has incorporated Pilates into her personal life and is pursuing comprehensive certification through Balanced Body. In her free time, Jess enjoys Pilates, running, walking around the city with her pups, and spending time with her husband.
Taylor Galmarini is a board-certified Physical Therapist for the State of Georgia, has her Neurological Clinical Specialist Certification, and is a Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher. Tay received her BS in Biomedical Sciences from Central Michigan University, and earned her DPT from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
Tay was introduced to Pilates while studying physical therapy and immediately recognized its therapeutic benefits in rehabilitation as well as its challenging fitness component. She now loves combining her PT and Pilates knowledge for neuromuscular and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, in addition to community fitness.
Tay has experience with a variety of patient and client populations including weekend warriors, professional, college, olympic, and crossfit athletes, as well as patients recovering from neurological conditions such as stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, MS, Parkinson’s disease, and Guillain-Barre syndrome. She has completed specialty training in orthopedic conditions as well as manual therapy including Kinesiotape, Cupping, Myofascial Release, Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) levels 1 and 2, and certification in trigger point dry needling. Outside of the Stability studio, Tay is also a PT at Shepherd Center’s Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation and Wellness Program, Shepherd Center’s inpatient comprehensive rehabilitation program, and works as a lab assistant in hands-on lab courses at Mercer University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program.
In her free time, Tay enjoys growing her photography skill and business, hiking, cooking, creating her own art, writing homemade cards, traveling, reading, and hanging out with friends and family at local Atlanta spots.
Beth Krumper originally from Pennsylvania, attended Florida State University. She graduated with honors in 1998 with an undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Fitness. She received her Masters degree from the University of St. Augustine in 2001 in Physical Therapy. She has worked in a variety of rehab settings including inpatient neurologic rehab and orthopedic outpatient. She became interested in Pilates after personally discovering the benefits for the mind and body to recover from injury. She loves incorporating Pilates in her rehab program because of the diversity of exercise it provides. In her spare time, she enjoys running, working out, spending time with her three kids, and husband.
Megan Hunter – DPT, CSCS, PMA-CPT
Megan is experienced in treating orthopedic and sports injuries, as well as women’s health conditions. She has a special love for the evaluation and treatment of the running athlete. Megan’s passion is to provide runners and athletes with the knowledge and skills to revolutionize their own fitness and stay injury free.
Megan holds a doctorate degree from Emory University. She is a Polestar trained Pilates Rehab instructor certified with the Pilates Method Alliance, as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Megan is trained and certified in performing the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) used to identify and correct dysfunctional movement patterns that predispose athletes to injury. She has taken numerous continuing education courses on topics including kinesiotaping, running medicine, and women’s health. Megan is currently pursuing certification in osteopathic manual medicine through Michigan State University, as well as certification in trigger point dry needling through Myopain Seminars.
Outside of the office you can find Megan running along the Chattahoochee River, practicing yoga, and coaching the Marist War Eagles cross country and track and field teams.
Lia Jordan- STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor
Lia Jordan is a STOTT Certified Pilates Instructor. Lia has been teaching Pilates, TRX and Core Barre for over 10 years in the East Cobb area. She enjoys the physical and mental benefits of all exercise. She was looking for a safe and healthy way to exercise that would produce results without risk of injury.
Pilates was the key. “ I experienced positive changes in my body that running and lifting weights were not producing. I learned to engage my core, release the tension in my neck and improve my posture. This body awareness enabled me to continue to pursue all aspects of exercise safely and with better physical results.” Lia is motivated to share her love and knowledge of Pilates. Ten session on the reformer and your body will feel the difference. Twenty sessions on the reformer you will see the difference.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Lane has made Atlanta “home” with her husband since 2012. Lane is a Merrithew™ STOTT PILATES® Full Level One Certified Instructor as well as a Qualified Instructor in Total Barre® and ZEN•GA® mat and equipment. When she’s not teaching fun Pilates classes or working one-on-one with clients, Lane can be found playing with her children, going on day trips with her family or riding her bike. Lane believes that movement should be fun, training should be helpful and that Pilates is the perfect accompaniment to a well-balanced healthy lifestyle for people of all ages.
Hideko Suzuki- STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor
Hideko practices fitness for the body, both internally and externally. As a professional ballet dancer, she believes that proper diet and core exercise has an essential role in optimizing the body for dance.
Hideko is STOTT certified and loves to work with clients of all ages to achieve the optimal wellness of the body to overcome anything.
Rebecca Maldonado- Office Manager
Quinn Watch is a student at Kennesaw State University pursuing a degree in History Education. She grew up in Gwinnett and is a former gymnast and springboard diver. She enjoys traveling, spending time with her dog Max and stand-up comedy.