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My Story

While working in the mental health field for several years, I found various behavioral benefits when taking residents to the gym consistently. The integrative approach to wellness is too impactful to ignore. So I decided to completely dive into fitness as I knew it was my calling to serve in both fields and make a collaborative program.


***Note: This is not therapy. ***


There are 1200 ways to become healthy and fit. Some people can run for hours; some create the perfect diet, and some people go to group classes. Some people bodybuild, and some people find a middle ground. Which one is the most sustainable for you?


For the past 10 years, my career & passions have been dedicated to serving and assisting individuals to develop into their greater self. As a Certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach (National Academy of Sports Medicine) with a Master's in Mental Health Counseling, I have centered this program around the client. An individualized, collaborative program around gaining clarity on habits and evolving the fitness and mindset to reach sustainable optimal health.

My Approach

For several years I've been helping my clients find their optimal wellness through developing a deeper understanding of their habits and lifestyle choices. While gaining clarity on their habits, my clients have gained access to the world-renowned InBody 270 scanner (MA Locals only). With 98% accuracy comparable to the DEXA body scan, clients can have a professional clarity interpretation of how their body responds to the collaborative approach that we take towards the client's wellness.


Additionally, through a weekly individualized personal training program, nutritional guidance, weekly virtual meetings assessing progress towards goals, accountability check-ins, scheduled periodic readings of each body segment's lean mass, fat mass, and (limited personal training from a personal trainer (for MA Locals)), clients are getting a complete wellness package to lead them to sustained optimal wellness.


Are You Ready For a Change?

The first step to making change is assess where you are, gain clarity on your baseline, and then chip away little by little develop habits that your body will have to adapt to. So LET'S GET STARTED and click the button below!!

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