We are Diana Zotos Florio (left) and Emily Tomlinson (right). We are physical therapists, yoga teachers and the Co-founders of Threes Physiyoga.
We founded Threes Physiyoga in 2015 with the goal of empowering yoga teachers, health professionals and their clients with the science-informed knowledge, and foundation in physical therapy, to teach a more intelligent, safe and intentional approach to mindful movement.
In 2021, we launched our digital studio, designed to embody the whole spirit of Physiyoga in an approachable and on-demand environment to make Threes Physiyoga accessible to students on their terms.
Co-Founder + Chief Executive Officer
Physical Therapist + Yoga Teacher
Co-Founder + Chief Program Officer
Physical Therapist + Yoga Teacher
The Threes Physiyoga Method empowers you to connect your mind to your movement with expert-guided programming and a whole-body wellness practice to build balance for life-long health.
JeMe is the Founder and Director of the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) Rehabilitation Network. She oversees the management contract governing the provision of Prosthetics & Orthotics services at HSS, strategic partner initiatives and corporate onsite physical therapy services. She is passionate about creating a work culture where team members can learn and grow personally and professionally. She has provided editorial direction on a number of professional publications, including Postsurgical Rehabilitation Guidelines for the Orthopedic Clinician and its companion handbook, and most recently the HSS Rehabilitation Telehealth Evaluation Guidelines for Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy. JeMe is an Adjunct Professor at Hunter College and is on the boards of Crutches 4 Kids, NYC Advisors for Friends of Karen and RussellSage College Board of Trustees. JeMe earned her MBA from Pace University and her BS degree in Physical Therapy from Russell Sage College.
Kirsten Climer is a User Experience Lead at Google Research, where she inspires and accelerates people-centric futures for emerging technologies. Kirsten has over 15 years designing both physical and digital consumer products, focused on helping companies enter new markets, reach business goals while creating delightful experiences for people. Prior to Google, Kirsten was Director of Design at Smart Design, a strategic design and innovation consultancy firm. She worked with clients to improve people’s health and wellbeing through products and services. Kirsten holds a BFA in Art and Design from the University of Michigan. When not at work, Kirsten’s avid fitness endeavors include surfing left point breaks, attempting every style of HIIT class, and practicing yoga for recovery. Her athletic accomplishments include running the Boston Marathon and up all 86 flights of the Empire State Building.
Amy is Vice President, Group Finance, Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain. Over her 25+ year career at Johnson & Johnson, she has been an expert in vast and various corporate finance divisions, strategic planning, commercial business partnership building, commercial modeling optimization, and supply chain management. First 15 years of her career she had developed her expertise in the consumer segment with McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Amy earned her MBA from St. Edwards University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance and Accounting from Drexel University.
Megan is an expert in integrated marketing, brand strategy, experiential, communications and media planning, bringing creativity and energy to every challenge. Throughout her career of 20+ years, Megan has specialized in launching and building lifestyle brands, ranging from fashion and media, to consumer packaged goods and hospitality. Over the last five years, she has been building MQ Consulting, LLC to apply her experience and vast industry relationships, helping clients with projects such as: Zero Point Zero Production (e.g. creating and executing marketing and communications strategy for the premiere of WASTED! The Story of Food Waste, a film produced by Anthony Bourdain), non-profit sponsorship sales and event programming for Brooklyn Community Services, and advising on marketing for several start-ups.
Alyse is a partner in the capital markets practice at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in Chicago. She represents both private and public companies with an emphasis on securities, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and private equity transactions. She also counsels entrepreneurs, high-growth companies and investors who invest in such companies. Alyse maintains an active pro bono practice, representing victims of domestic violence and asylum seekers, among others. She is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and earned her law degree from the University of Illinois College of Law. She is an avid runner and committed Turkey Trot enthusiast, and she enjoys spending time with her husband, her daughter and her dog.
After 18 years on Wall Street, including 10 at Goldman Sachs as a Partner, Paul Scialla’s interest in sustainability and altruistic capitalism led him to found Delos, which is merging the world’s largest asset class – real estate – with the world’s fastest growing industry – wellness. Since the company’s inception, Paul has become a leading voice in the wellness and sustainability movements, serving as a keynote speaker at prominent green building, real estate, and technology forums and conferences around the world. Paul is also the Founder of the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), which administers the WELL Building Standard® globally to improve human health and wellbeing through the built environment, a member of the Board of Directors for the Chopra Foundation, and a founding board member of the JUST Capital Foundation. Paul graduated from New York University with a degree in finance, and he currently resides in New York City.
Jonas is passionate about lifestyle medicine to treat and prevent various chronic conditions and improve function. After completing his residency training at Harvard Medical School, Jonas sub-specialized in musculoskeletal/sports medicine and interventional spine care. In his research, he examines lifestyle interventions to improve the lives of people who have had cancer. He is a co-chair of the lifestyle medicine counsel for the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and a co-chair of the medical fitness working group for the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. He is also on the executive committee for the American College of Sports Medicine’s Task Force on Exercise Oncology.
Sheerin is Vice President of Business Development at TechChange, an online learning and virtual events company that focuses on the social good sector. Prior to TechChange, Sheerin led product strategy and commercialization of educational technology products at IYF, an international NGO. Sheerin has held leadership roles in B2B marketing and sales at Rosetta Stone and SpotMe, and was a 2014 finalist for the Women in Technology Rising Star Award. Sheerin began her career as an English teacher and part-time alpine ski coach in France. A lifelong advocate for education, Sheerin has held volunteer leadership roles with Higher Achievement Program, and currently serves on the school council for the Lycée Rochambeau of Washington. Sheerin holds a B.A. from Cornell University and an M.A. from Middlebury College’s language schools. When not on her laptop, Sheerin can be found on the slopes, on her bike, or running after her two boys.