"You already have within you everything you need to turn your dreams into reality." - Wallace D. Wattles
Areas of ExpertisE
Stroke and brain injury rehabilitation
Growing up as a dancer, fitness was something that came naturally to me and was present in my daily routine. Dancing for 2-4 hours each day of the week was an easy task, and my parents often joked that my dance studio was our second home because we were there so often. Once I went off to college however, this all changed, and I found myself feeling constantly fatigued and unhealthy. At the end of my freshman year, I was diagnosed with 2 autoimmune conditions, neither of which had a specific cure or treatment plan. At this point, I decided to take my health into my own hands and figure out ways to heal my body. This is where exercise played a very important role, as I recognized how much better I felt when I was moving. Whether it was going for a long walk, lifting weights, or taking a yoga class, I always felt happier and more motivated to keep going on my journey to health during days I was active. I like to view this health journey as a blessing in disguise, as I learned so much that I want to share with others, and ultimately discovered my dream career as a health and fitness coach.
My philosophy when it comes to fitness is to strive for progress, not perfection. One of the best ways to continue progressing is to focus on your “why” for fitness, beyond the physical aspects. Whether it be because exercise boosts your mood or relieves your back pain, finding the "why" will keep you in it for the long run because it allows for exercise to become part of your lifestyle, rather than a chore. Each day is another chance to be the best version of yourself, so focus on what makes you feel this way and go for it!
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