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It’s always squat o’clock somewhere 😜


As an life-long athlete and dancer, I have always had an intuitive sense that movement is essential for an individual's well-being. Through observing my peers struggle with poor coping mechanisms in adolescence, and my own personal struggles with anxiety, eating disorders, and depression, led me on a path to discover what individuals were lacking. Through years of clinical experience, obtaining a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Columbia, and a National Academy of Sports Medicine certification, I gave myself all of the tools necessary to help other individuals who struggle with overcoming mental health issues, which complicates their motivations for physical fitness. I aim to teach these integrative mental health and physical fitness principles through the programs I offer to help people develop better coping mechanisms, restructure their negative thought patterns, and build a healthy lifestyle around a fitness regimen that supports their goals and well-being.

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