Personal Training

All Trainers accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA)

Balance & Fall Prevention Training

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General Fitness

Are you living with weakness, pain, fatigue, balance, or ambulation issues?

Our trainers combine their knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology to isolate and address the cause of your concerns.

Post Rehab Fitness

Decrease your risk of re-occurring hospitalization! Allow us to help you continue with your journey of health and independence after you are discharged from the hospital or therapy.


Physicians often give patients recommendations to exercise without specific instructions. Without a knowledgeable trainer, exercising on your own could lead to injury, little to no progress, and limited motivation.

-That’s where we come in.

Assisted Fascial Stretching

Every one of us has fascia—the web-like connective tissue that comes wrapped around our tendons, bones, joints, and muscles. Though we can’t see it, it has everything to do with how well our bodies function.

Fascial Stretch improves flexibility by creating an increased range of motion around each joint. In the body, there’s a beautiful balance of stability and mobility, and if you can find that perfect balance where the joints are completely stable throughout the range of motion, you build a body that’s least susceptible to injury.

In addition to reducing the likelihood of injury and increasing range of motion, Fascial Stretch has benefits including:

Reduction or elimination of stress
Decreased joint aches and pains
Greater balance and flexibility
Improved posture and mobility
Shorter recovery times after exercise sessions
Increased blood flow to exhausted muscle

Personal Training

There are countless benefits to working out with a personal trainer. People of any age and experience level can see better results and live a healthier lifestyle. A personal trainer will help create a unique workout plan to fit your individual needs and goals, and can accommodate an injury or other obstacle that might otherwise prevent you from exercising.

Faster and better results.
Personalized training plan.
We fit into your schedule.
Proper fat los and muscle gain.
Reduced chance of injury.
Meeting your unique requirements.
Establishes a lifetime exercise habit.
We will hold you accountable.
No wasted time = Maximum results.

Balance Training

Balance training helps reduce the risk of falls in older adults with balance problems and women with low bone mass. It also improves postural stability after a stroke. Though it might not cross your mind, you need good balance to do just about everything, including walking, getting out of a chair, and leaning over to tie your shoes. Strong muscles and being able to keep yourself steady make all the difference in those and many other things you do every day.

Balance training involves doing exercises that strengthen the muscles that help keep you upright, including your legs and core. These kinds of exercises can improve stability and help prevent falls.

Body Awareness
Coordination – Balance training requires your entire body to work together, otherwise you will fall or stumble. Improved coordination during balance training will be transferred into coordination in everyday life.
Joint Stability – Balance training promotes stables knees, ankles, hips, and shoulders. This can prevent a large array of injuries including sprained ankles and serious knee problems.
Reaction Time – Balance training can improve one’s reaction time. If you happen to slip or stumble when performing balance exercises, your body needs to re-balance immediately or you will fall. This in turn will improve your reaction time in everyday life.
Long term health- Incorporating balance training into your exercise routine helps to maintain or improve your balance, which is needed to prevent falls and fractures. As we age, our balance can deteriorate, something we want to avoid.

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