Philosophy

My mission is to inspire fearless living and to empower others towards purposeful and rewarding lives. 

Training/coaching is about personal approach; it’s the art of applying science. Every individual is unique; they will respond to different stimuli and will require different approaches to training. For years, I have successfully adapted and applied my methods to clients with a wide range of abilities and capabilities: absolute beginners needing basic knowledge, enthusiasts looking to shake things up with their regular routines, individuals recovering from injuries or serious illness, and athletes requiring sport-specific training.

My passion and dedication to the health and fitness industry is the natural outgrowth from an innate love of competitive sports that was fostered in me as a child. I’m an athlete, not a spectator; my body loves to be in motion. Being an athlete gave me confidence, drive and the physical ability to work and achieve. I learned dedication, persistence and how to overcome obstacles. I figured out how to cope with failure and how to celebrate milestones and success. I truly believe that each one of us, young or old, can tap into our inner athlete for that same inspiration.

My goal is to provide individuals with the tools they need to empower themselves. I aim to create a supportive environment where my clients can share their experiences, frustrations and success. But most importantly, I encourage PLAY. Our society tends to dismiss play for adults. Play is perceived as unproductive, petty or even a guilty pleasure. The notion is that once we reach adulthood, it’s time to get serious. And between personal and professional responsibilities, there’s no time to play. But play is just as pivotal for adults as it is for children. Play brings joy. And it’s vital for problem solving, creativity and relationships. It’s the cornerstone of healing.

Your body is your vehicle for awakening; treat it with care. My own personal journey has been one of trust. It’s about trusting my body, knowing that it can take care of itself without control of my mind. I’m always amazed by the wisdom that our bodies hold and I’m slowly learning to trust that my body knows everything. My approach is healing is holistic. Viewing the body as a “system of systems,” I explore the underlying causes of symptoms and stress to uncover their origins — both physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.