My fitness journey began as a young child who loved to run with her dad. Summers were filled with running road and trail races, backpacking trips, and club sports, while the school years were heavily involved in a team sport activity. As the demands on time and my body changed with the seasons and with motherhood, my view of fitness changed as well. Being “healthy” didn’t mean I had to be a certain weight, look a certain way, or be able to run a fast 5k. It meant creating balance with my family, nutrition, relationships, and everyday movement and recovery. My fitness needed to be part of my lifestyle, not just a secondary thought wherever I could find the time. I love working with people who desire to create a simple, sustainable, and uncomplicated way of living out their health for a lifetime.
I love to see progress on a journey. Everyone’s on one, and I love being part of it! I'm also a big fan of simplicity. Moving and eating well don't need to be complicated, and I love to help others find their own unique way of incorporating fitness and healthy nutrition habits into their everyday lives.