Colleen is the Coordinator of Operations in the Department of Housing & Residence Life here at Bellarmine. A long-time practitioner who appreciates both the physical exercise and the mental space that yoga offers, she completed her RYT-200 teacher training at Explore Yoga in 2016. Ever since, she has deeply enjoyed the opportunity to support students in navigating the balance between ease and challenge on (and off) the mat.
My name is Mary Delk. I have been teaching fitness classes for over 25 years. I teach fitness classes regularly at Jewish Community Center. I have been instructing at Bellarmine for 5+ years. I have 2 daughters and one of them attended BU. I have one wonderful grandson who is 2 years old.
I love teaching at the Surf because of the great energy from the students. We work hard and have fun! We have such a diverse group of individuals, it's always interesting. I feel a real connection with all the participants. Yea! Bellarmine Knights!
Andrea Kirtley has been a fitness enthusiast most of her life, starting with high school sports and transitioning to group fitness classes as an adult. Teaching fitness classes was a natural fit, as she is a high teacher by day. Andrea has been teaching fitness classes since 2014, teaching strength, cardio, HIIT, and barre at various places in the community. She is an advocate for living a healthy lifestyle and incorporating activity into everyday life. Outside of the studio and gym, you will find her paddle boarding, hiking, backpacking, dancing at music festivals, traveling, going to the lake, volunteering in the community, and cheering on her favorite musician (Go Racer Band!).
Mason is the Campus Recreation and Wellness Specialist here at Bellarmine. He loves working with students and helping to show them how exercise can be a great stress reliever. Mason teaches our TRX class and designs his class so everyone can participate and have fun, regardless of fitness level.
Hola! My name is Ivonne, and I am from Colombia. I love dancing and listening to salsa, rock, pop, and jazz music. I grew up in a house where there was always music! Music when we cooked, music when we did chores, music when we were eating, and of course, music when there were parties. Then I moved to the US and that passion for music came with me. However, I discovered that I enjoyed sharing it with the people I met in this wonderful country. Then I discovered Zumba Fitness and was hooked! I love teaching my Zumba classes because I can share my passion while helping people to enjoy themselves, stay active and healthy.
Kyle Rieber is the Assistant Director of Public Safety with Bellarmine University.
He has trained in Tae Kwon Do since 1985. He is a Master Instructor with the current rank of 6th degree black belt. He has owned and operated Lee’s Tae Kwon Do (Louisville) since 2004. He has competed in many Tae Kwon Do competitions during the late 80’s and 90’s, wining many championships until retiring from competition in 2002. He came out of retirement in 2015 to join the US Tae Kwon Do team to compete in the World Police and Fire Games in 2015, where he won a gold medal in Kyourgi (fighting) event.