I want to help you get and stay strong so you can do the things you love to do. As we get older we lose our muscle mass. This in turn, creates weakness and instability throughout the body. My ultimate goal is to teach my clients how to disassociate the core from the periphery so that we can learn how to integrate and strengthen the core and limbs. With this understanding, clients begin to increase balance, improve range of motion at all joints and develop stability so that we can prevent falls.
I used to be a competitive elite gymnast. This gave me the body awareness, strength, stamina, flexibility and drive to be able to anything I set my sights on. Anything I excelled at I wanted to compete in. So I began competing in body building, then snowboarding and mountain biking and a few rock climbing events. The thing that I continue to compete in is fitness. I do one every 10 years to see if I have held on to my physique and athletic abilities as I age. At age 50, I entered my third fitness competition and finally won first place!!