Do you want a challenging workout experience while preventing injury?
Do you want a compassionate coach who will actively listen and collaboratively guide you through your wellness journey?
Do you want to find joy, appreciate life, and become a better version of yourself?
You have come to the right place!
In the words of the great basketball legend, John Wooden, “Don’t let what you can’t do interfere with what you can do.” Throughout our lives we are faced with injuries and illnesses, minor or major, physical or mental, and by adopting a healthy, active lifestyle we can overcome any hurdle that comes our way. Studies have shown that regular exercise (150 – 300 minutes of low to moderate physical activity per week or 75 – 150 minutes of high intensity physical activity per week) increases an individual’s physical and mental strength.
With my B.A. degree in Psychology and Communication and my M.S. degree concentration in Wellness Coaching, I am skilled in understanding your diverse needs and encouraging you to commit to a positive healthy lifestyle change.
Our time together will be fun, joyful, and rewarding as we focus on the process involved with reaching your wellness goals while never losing sight of the end result. It is the reward we receive from our small wins that enable us to achieve our larger long-term goals.
Some areas of focus will include: improved mood (decreased depression), reduced anxiety (stress management), chronic disease prevention, sleep hygiene, increased energy, and overall enhanced feeling of wellbeing.
As a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, we can work to improve your muscle strength and endurance and, with my background in occupational therapy, enhance your functional performance outside of the gym setting.
As a Wellcoaches Certified Health and Well-being Coach, mindfulness (a non-judgmental awareness) will be at the core of our coaching relationship.
We will work together to create a wellness vision and customized program to achieve your vision and goals.
The real art of conversation is not only to say the right thing in the right place but to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.
— Dorothy Nevill
If it doesn’t feel right, don’t do it.
— Oprah Winfrey
It is so empowering to say, “This isn’t serving me.” And walk away in peace.
What was the best compliment you’ve received? You’re a machine! – My mentor as a new Certified Indoor Cycle Instructor in 2012, referring to my healthy, active, and fit lifestyle. Exercise (movement) is medicine. Exercise for thy mind and thy body will follow.
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