No person’s body, mind and spirit is exactly like that of anyone else. As a result, a one-size-fits-all approach to fitness is doomed to fail the majority of the population in the long run. I chose to become a wellness professional so that I could help others. I’m not a personal trainer to show off, I’m here to make a difference and I know I can do that as long as I take the time to understand my clients and continue to study the science of wellness each day.
I want to help you become more healthy than you are today. It is very possible to make sure that your quality of life improves dramatically and that you are able to maintain it over the next few decades of your life.
Fitness means something different to each of us, but to be successful, we must incorporate a holistic approach to wellness. A supportive community which pushes you to excel while accepting you at exactly this point in your journey will give you the opportunity to create healthy habits that will last a lifetime. My job, as your trainer, is to make sure I create and maintain that community for you.
Throughout the years, I’ve consistently set my clients up for success by providing flexible options for workouts and providing tools so my clients will be able to create strong, healthy habits related to nutrition and stress management. I’m proud that I help my clients make small, permanent changes every day.