Katherine Mason is the brains and the style behind the transformative SculptHouse® studio. As a lifelong athlete and former Wilhelmina fitness model, she has both the passion and expertise to help others build better bodies through the innovative SculptHouse® method, the first studio in the World to combine Megaformer and Treadmill.
After working at some of New York City’s most prominent luxury fitness studios and immersing herself in the fitness industry, Katherine conceptualized the idea of combining the Megaformer with a Woodway Curve to create a low-impact but high-intensity workout combining strength training and cardio intervals in a way that had never been done before. Katherine then came back to her Southern roots (she is a proud graduate of The University of Georgia) to bring the ultimate fitness haven to life!
In addition to working in many top fitness studios, Katherine has worked in the fitness fashion industry representing many global brands – Nike, Under Armour, Reebok and Adidas to name a few – and was named by Shape Magazine as one of the “50 Hottest Female Trainers in America.” You also may have seen her in (or on the cover of!) many fashion and fitness publications, too: Shape, Fitness, Women’s Health, Runners World and Vogue.
Katherine won the Apex Society's Atlanta 2016 30 Under 30 Award in the Business category and SculptHouse has been awarded multiple accolades, including: Well + Good, The Coolest New Studios In Boutique Fitness in America Right Now; Atlanta Magazine, Best New Studio, 2016; Jezebel Magazine, Best New Studio, 2016; Atlantan Magazine, Best of The City, 2016 and more!
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