Being healthy, not perfect is a philosophy I embrace. I figured out that being perfect is unattainable, but being stronger, fitter, healthier and more confident is. A surefire way to gain some confidence is to learn some moves- that's where I come in. Together we can demystify the chest press, and before you know it, you've got new muscles and swagger. Join me in appreciating the simple pleasure that comes from being healthy, feeling confident and loving the body you’re in…or at least loving it most of the time. Nobody’s perfect, right?
When you are ready, so am I.
About Me... I have completed 8 marathons- both in the U.S. and Europe and love to run with friends! I’ve led beginning, advanced and ½ marathon running groups and am a Certified Running Coach through the Road Runner Clubs of America.
M.Ed. Counseling, Boston University, Berlin, Germany, 1993
B.S. Interpersonal Communication, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, 1989
Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
Professional Membership or Societies
Health and Fitness Provider Network, 2011
IDEA Health and Fitness Association, 2011
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Moscow, ID 83843
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