TERRIL MIRE – Joy of Pilates
2130 Grant Street Bellingham - 360.224.1433


Terril Mire is a wonderful Pilates Instructor teaching at Joy! She teaches both Reformer and Mat classes and personalized 1-1 sessions.

Since her start in Los Angeles in 2000, Terril Teran Mire has enjoyed accomplished careers in costuming, stilt walking, aerial performance, choreography and contemporary circus show production. She has many years of experience leading aerial silks classes at studios including Cirque School LA and the Bellingham Circus Guild’s Cirque Lab. Her background in

aerial and yoga make her classes super fun! Her personality will keep you laughing while you get a great workout!

Terril trained in Pilates through Balanced Body University Pilates Mat Reformer and Cadillac training. She also attended yoga teacher training in 2008 at the White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara, CA. and in 2016 at The Art of Balance Yoga School in Lynden, WA.

Terril and her husband Marco moved to Alger in 2014 to fulfill their dreams of living in the woods!

Contact Terril Now!

Email Terril at terril@joyofpilates.net with questions or to schedule a private session.

Fun Facts:

Terril has performed her signature Aerial Hammock ‘Butterfly Metamorphosis’ Act while hanging 100 feet in the air, suspended by 18 helium filled weather balloons and is also featured flying in a Spinning Harness in Katy Perry’s E.T. Video.


Previous Work:

“T​​erril is my weekly motivator in chief. She takes the necessary time to focus on me getting the positions right and giving clear concise directions . It is so nice to have someone encourage me and then celebrate my accomplishment. I feel as though it matters to her if I struggle and then come through that struggle into a place of confidence.”

– Susan D.

“Working with Terril is so much fun. All that’s missing is wine! (Unless, you count my silent whining, while working the hip flexers!). Thank you, Terril!!”

– Hilary Williamson

“Terril, a competent pilates instructor, knowledgeable about how the body is connnected and functions as a unit, and very personable. For a special treat, come watch her transform from an instructor in black to a colorful and amazing aerialist at a local performing group. ”

– Amy Beekman