With personal, one-on-one support from a
trainer, making your health a priority does
not seem so daunting.
Group Fitness Training.
With personal, one-on-one support from a trainer, making your health a priority does not seem so daunting.
We will get to know you, your needs, your goals, and your routines to develop workouts that are so fun and effective you will want to send us a thank you card (yes, really!). Plus, we will keep you accountable!!
I just had a baby – when can I start seeing a trainer?
After your 6 weeks checkup when you have the go ahead from your doctor or midwife.
Can I sign up with a friend?
Absolutely! Contact us to set up a Partner Training package!
Give your body what it deserves.
Online Nutrition Coaching
There are no fad diets or fast fixes here – we want to help you find a long-term, sustainable (and realistic!) nutrition plan to keep you feeling your best. Our philosophy is if you have trouble keeping up with your plan 90% of the time then you should not be doing it!
Learn to fuel your body and brain.
Online Team Fitness
What happens when you prioritize the health and fitness of your staff?
Studies show that employees who exercise over their lunch break report boosted performance, better mood, improved time management and productivity, are less likely to suffer from post lunch energy dip, and use fewer sick days. Get your staff’s collective heart rates up with live fitness and yoga classes (for far less than the price of a gym membership).
Teams who sweat together, stick together.
“I’m in the best shape of my life
I’ve had a lot of trainers in my life, and Kate is by far the best. She is kind and encouraging while demanding that you do your best, and she’s excellent at adjusting exercises to individual needs.
I’m in the best shape of my life after a year with her, with the least number of injuries, because she’s so good at making sure form is as perfect as possible. I firmly believe Kate is the key to surviving quarantine healthy and happy. Looking forward to seeing them in person soon!”
– Jane Lee