I’ve been working with clients in New York City for over 20 years, first in gyms and then with my private clientele in their homes through both in-person and virtual training. Over the years, I’ve chosen to specialize in working with clients who are 60 years of age or older because the type of training that benefits them the most is what I’m most passionate about. I want exercise to be a positive and effective experience as we age, and I believe it can greatly help us both mentally and physically as we deal with life’s challenges.
My educational highlights include a Bachelor’s degree in Dance, a Master’s degree in Applied Physiology from Columbia University while graduating with the distinction of Summa Cum Laude, and I’m an American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) certified Exercise Physiologist. Also, I’m grateful for my studies with the Medical Exercise Training Institute and the FallProof Balance and Mobility Program as their knowledge continually influences my daily work.
My sessions exhibit my love and respect of both movement and science. There is nothing I’m more excited about than figuring out how to take my clients to higher levels of strength, endurance and flexibility while taking into account the orthopedic issues, medical conditions and balance challenges they’re facing. Working in partnership with my clients towards specific functional goals and what matters most to them in a safe and effective way is what drives our sessions. As a result, our working relationship and my client’s growth seldom ends when the day’s exercise does.