Marsha Pitt Lyles was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and she is the founder and creative director of eSVYN.
Although she did not walk until she was three, she began training in ballet, tap and jazz at the age of five. Since then she excelled in track and field, soccer, cheerleading and acting.
She appeared in movies and commercials and was crowned Miss Black Ontario, Miss Dance Canada, runner up for Miss Dance America, won the coveted Canadian Harry Jerome Award for the Arts and was then invited to Parliament for recognition.
Marsha was a dancer at the Toronto Blue Jays Sky Dome grand opening, cheered for the NBA Toronto Raptors basketball team, and the CFL Hamilton Tiger-Cats Football team, was the original cast member as the Cheetah in Disney’s “The Lion King” in Toronto, and became the stand in for Halle Barry in X Men.
Marsha also placed in the top three each time she competed in the South Florida bikini NPC (National Physique Committee) competition.
She later created a Tapology training series that teaches the basics to learn how to tap dance like a pro and she was featured in the New York Times Arts and Leisure section.
Being athletic and very interested in nutrition eSVYN is an extension to a healthy lifestyle; fashionable athleisure wear that goes from day to night, 7 days a week with an emphasis on healing, maintenance and alignment of the body for athletes, performers and active people alike.