Our Team

Meet our experts in physical therapy, pilates and massage

Tag Line

BodyIntel (bä-dë•in-tél) : The fit genius in you.

Tiffany and Catherine developed the concept of BodyIntel based on a pursuit of health and wellness. The link to longevity in activity and health is maintenance. We believe our bodies are worth it!

We address injury rehabilitation and prevention from a team approach that incorporates physical therapy, pilates, and massage. Blending our expertise in these disciplines provides you the opportunity to heal faster and to tone, strengthen, and lengthen your body without re-injuring. Check out our services  to see how you can try each of our services at a discounted rate and reap the benefits of our teamwork.



Tiffany Watson, co-owner of BodyIntel, MPT, Pilates instructor

Tiffany is passionate about helping individuals meet their personal goals of health and fitness without being limited by physical injuries and pain. As a PT, she combines her skills in manual therapy and pilates stabilization to treat acute and chronic pain. She utilizes a multi-dimensional approach that addresses the nervous system, joint flexibility, and muscular stability. Her interest in chronic spine pain brought her to Adelaide, Australia in 2012 to attend the NOI Neurodynamics and Neuromatrix Conference where the most recent research was presented on chronic pain. She has worked with several of Denver’s professional athletes to rehabilitate injuries and optimize sport performance. Tiffany obtained her Master of Science in Physical Therapy Degree at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN and her Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Her other passions include road biking, running with her golden retriever, and traveling locally and abroad.



Catherine Hodges, co-owner of BodyIntel, DPT, Pilates Instructor

Catherine has an extensive educational and medical background. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Health Sciences, Masters and Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from Clarke College. In 2003, she attained her Stott International Instructor Pilates Certification. She has continued her pursuit for health by becoming certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN) and Vacuum Therapy under Yun-tao Ma. Catherine has actively worked as a physical therapist in a variety of outpatient orthopedic therapy settings since graduating in the year 2000. She has trained extensively in manual therapy (McKenzie and Maitland trained), sports rehabilitation, aquatic therapy, women’s health and pilates. She has been featured in pilates video, Fusion Pilates Triple Threat, which is part of Fusion Pilates Pregnancy Series.

Catherine’s combination of physical therapy, TDN, and Pilates serve as a unique combination and an asset to her clients. Her areas of significant interest are spinal disorders/dysfunctions, orthopedic injuries, golf injuries, preventative, pre- and post-natal care.

Catherine, her husband Bentley, and three kids enjoy their lifestyle in the Front Range. They love to hike, bike, ski, golf and run!



Pia Abramson, MSPT

Pia received her BA from Tufts University and earned her Master in Science in Physical Therapy from Boston University in 1996. She continues her professional growth through advanced coursework in manual therapy techniques and muscular stabilization. Most recently she completed advanced training in dry needling (often known as trigger point dry needling – TPDN) through the American Dry Needling Institute under Dr. Yun Tao Ma. She has achieved great results incorporating TPDN into her physical therapy practice, as well as offering needling-only treatments. In addition to her professional experience, Pia brings extensive sports knowledge to her practice as she has competed at the national, collegiate and/or semiprofessional level in a variety of sports including gymnastics, diving, rowing and volleyball.

Pia takes an individualized, whole body approach for each person and believes in empowering patients to take an active role in their recovery and overall health. In her spare time, Pia continues to play competitive volleyball, and enjoys skiing and spending time outdoors with her family.



Andrea Laudenslager, PT, DPT

Andrea received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University in Southern California. She is also certified in Dry Needling through the Spinal Manipulation Institute. She moved to Colorado in the Spring of 2015 with her husband Aaron. Since moving to Colorado they have been enjoying the beautiful outdoors and its sporadic climates. Andrea was introduced to Pilates when she went through a back injury herself. She thinks Pilates is an essential component to one’s physical health and rehabilitation. She has taken additional courses in kinesio taping, Pilates, functional movement assessment, sacral dysfunction and dry needling. When not at work she enjoys traveling, camping and working out by way of Crossfit, running and spinning.





Lauren Johnson, PT, DPT, Pilates Instructor

Lauren received her undergraduate degree at Indiana University and moved to Colorado to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Colorado Anschutz Campus. She went on to complete her Pilates training through Balanced Body Education, and has been teaching ever since. She loves to merge Pilates into Physical Therapy treatments and believes that educating patients about their body leads to lifelong health. Lauren enjoys cycling, raising bees with her husband in their backyard, and spending quality time with her new baby and loyal dog.






Tiffany Schaeden, Pilates Instructor

Tiffany Schaden was born and raised in southern California where she grew up dancing and found her passion for movement. After moving to New York she started training in Pilates under a second generation Joseph Pilates trainee, Brooke Siler. She earned her pilates certification through Body Arts and Science Institute. After gaining over 1,000 teaching hours she continued her pilates education through Balanced Body earning additional certifications in Floor Barre, Pre-natal pilates, pilates for scoliosis, and pilates with props. Tiffany loves helping guide clients to meet their specific goals and is always excited to push clients through a challenging class to gain more strength, endurance, and flexibility! Tiffany gained a passion for pre-natal pilates during her pregnancy with her first son Logan and then her second son Bennett. Her hobies include anything on the water- surfing, swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, etc., spending time with her family, cooking, playing volleyball, and her newly found love of skiing.




Holly Rumpf, Office Manager, Pilates Instructor

Holly received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Northeastern University in Boston and has been working with people with psychological and physical limitations ever since. Suffering from chronic back pain and a more recent SIJ injury, she discovered pilates as a way to alleviate her pain and build up her stability and core strength. Having directly experienced the debilitating effects an injury can have on daily life, she is passionate about helping others heal and live their lives to the fullest. She completed her comprehensive Pilates certification through Body Arts and Science International (BASI). In her free time she loves spending time outdoors, hiking, camping, and exploring all that Colorado has to offer.





jenJennifer Anderson-Ehrlich, Pilates Instructor

Jen was born and raised on a farm in rural Iowa. Growing up playing any sport under the sun, she earned a scholarship to play basketball, graduating from Metro State in 2003 with a degree in Human Performance and Sport. Returning to Metro State to receive a degree in Elementary Education, she then taught Montessori and Dual-Language for Denver Public Schools. During this time, she discovered the Pilates Method as a way to keep her temperamental spine happy; immediately discovering both the physical and mental benefits. However, it wasn’t until after the birth of her daughter, Simone, in 2012 when her low back issues began affecting her day-to-day quality of life. In early 2014, desperate for respite, she came to BodyIntel as a patient. Inspired by the BodyIntel staff and how Pilates re-educates and heals the body, Jen committed to a career change in 2015, pursuing her 500 hour comprehensive certification through Body Arts and Science International (BASI). Jen believes her Pilates journey saved her spine and allowed her to remain active with minimal restrictions during and after the pregnancy of her second child, Sebastian. 

As a Pilates practitioner and trainer, Jen has been able to move better, regain her active lifestyle and best of all – manage her pain on a daily basis. She is compassionate and enjoys working with people of all fitness levels – making each session challenging, movement focused and fun. Passionate about helping people to move safely and well, her goal is to help her clients to continue with their favorite activities, all while enjoying the many benefits of Pilates. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, chasing her children around outside and good food!




Charis Cook, Pilates Instructor

Charis received her Comprehensive Teacher Training Certificate through BASI Pilates. She is also a certified personal trainer (ACE), kettlebell and weight lifting coach (RKC), and functional movement specialist (FMS II). Charis discovered Pilates as a freshman at the University of Georgia in 2001. She had some running related ailments and was amazed by how much Pilates helped her and it has been a staple in her life ever since. Her passion is to show people how rewarding all forms of movement can be, and how to help people move better so that they can feel great and continue doing their favorite activities safely.