I am an AFPA Certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Consultant, as well as a NASM Certified Youth Exercise Specialist, NASM Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist, NASM Certified Weight Loss Specialist, online fitness coach and freelance writer specializing in health and fitness. In my free time, I enjoy coaching youth sports and leading hiking groups.

I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of San Francisco and a Master of Science in Natural Health. I’m also an active member of the world’s largest association for fitness and wellness professionals, IDEA Health and Fitness Association.

I have been involved in the health and fitness industry for over 10 years, and I have been active in sports my entire life. I have worked with a large variety of age groups, and I individualize programs to meet each person’s needs, including functional exercises, to make the activities of everyday life a little easier. I specialize in weight loss, functional strength training, total body toning, aerobic conditioning, plyometric training, nutrition planning, and home-based boot camp style workouts for women.

Lifelong learning and educating others about natural health, physical fitness, nutrition and wellness is my passion. My goal is to make every personal training session fun and effective for my clients. I believe that exercise should be an enjoyable activity that can evolve into a way of life rather than a chore. My services include both in-person training sessions and online fitness coaching.


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