I met Caitlin at TULA when I took my very first spin/cycle class in a long time. I was terrified as shit because I once took a spin class in college once and it was miserable and I was slightly scarred.
I signed up for the TULA Burn and Breath class, which is a combo class of cycle and yoga. I figured I could totally handle 30 minutes of spin. It was hard AF. But Caitlin was great.
One thing I appreciate about Caitlin is how she does not give off those classic “owner vibes.” She doesn’t act like she owns the place, even though she technically does. I thought she was just your average cycle instructor until I reached out to see if I could help the studio in any way and I was connected with her. She’s humble. She’s chill. I’ll let her speak for herself…
Name: Caitlin Hathaway
Location: South, Portland, Maine
Occupation: Co-founder, TULA Studio
On her nightstand: a lamp, a book, water
In her bag right now: …endless supply of compostable dog poop bags
You’re a new edition to the crayon box, what color would you be?
Go-to coffee order?
Short, hot, coffee – splash of milk.
If you could do anything right now, what would it be?
Go swimming in the ocean.
If you were dessert, what would you be?
Last gift you gave someone?
A basket; it was a housewarming gift, so she can gather bounty from her new garden.
I’m going to climb mount kilimanjaro for my birthday, so I’d pay for that…with a safari trip.
Becoming a holistic health coach.