I am a BIG believer that if I can do it so can YOU! I've lost over 100 pounds and gone from frumpy and tired to hot and energetic, living and loving every second of life! "Where the heart is willing, it will find a thousand ways. Where it is unwilling, it will find a thousand excuses." ~ Arlen Price
I am a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer, corrective exercise specialist, and youth training specialist; as well as a registered yoga teacher and mind/body specialist. I also hold a nutrition license from AFPA and specialize in nutrition behaviors. I am an advocate for childhood obesity prevention and awareness. I am also the proud survivor of a 100 pound weight loss journey myself. It all started with little steps and then it eventually got me here! I am committed to helping others navigate the pathway to a healthy lifestyle, full of energy and joy! I would love to help you experience unlimited energy in your life so please feel free to email me directly at mailto:email@example.com
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