Our Passion Begins with Our People
Tevis Trower, CEO & Founder
Chief Culture Catalyst
CEO & Founder Tevis Trower is considered a pioneer in the field of cultural transformation at work. Inspired by a deeper vision in which employees flourish at work, Tevis bootstrapped Balance Integration as a corporate yoga and mindfulness solution in 2002, continually expanding Balance’s services into a broad spectrum of modalities to optimize humanity in the workplace. Her significant expertise in imposter syndrome, trust, innovation, emotionally sustainable leadership, and fostering an environment of resilience has shaped thinking around the impact of culture on employee behavior and performance, and continues to change the landscape of corporate culture globally.
Principal Culture Catalyst
Marjorie brings a powerful combination of wellness, marketing, communications, event, and development expertise as a result of over 20 years of passionate commitment to building brands and helping corporations and organizations maximize their potential.
Whether during her years as an Advertising Executive, Executive Director for non-profit organizations, Marketer or acting as wellness consultant crafting and executing both 1:1 and group lifestyle initiatives, Marjorie has always been committed to optimal living.
Beyond the realm of work, Marjorie walks her talk. She has launched Swim Free, a nonprofit dedicated to the health improvement of children and adults through swim, spearheaded violence prevention programs while at PAX, and acted as VP of Business Development at The Lyn-Genet Plan, an anti-inflammatory nutritional protocol.
She loves integrating change in all she does, and you can find her in the mountains of Vermont, on the beaches of Montauk, or enjoying the cultural mecca of NYC.
Senior Culture Catalyst
Brynn Mannino is Balance Integration’s Senior Culture Catalyst who has used her background in content marketing and health coaching to help innovate and scale the business’s digital presence as well as programming breadth. Brynn assists on accounts with overall strategy, operations and activation/event planning.
Her 10 years in NYC media gave Brynn a front-row seat to the effects that stress, a "diet of convenience” and sedentary lifestyle can have on both happiness and performance. This observation combined with a strong passion for nutrition and behavioral studies served, in part, as her motivation to pursue a career in culture consultancy.
Brynn is an avid weight lifter, beginner Yogi and terrible but earnest hip-hop dancer who appreciates all things fitness (and recovery), and lives in Manhattan with her husband nearby to her entire Italian family.