"Whether you think you can or think you can't, you're right"

-Henry Ford


Yoga is a mental, physical, and spiritual discipline; you decide which of these aspects you would like to incorporate along your journey. Yoga can be therapeutic for the mind and the body. Where you take your practice is up to you.

60- and 90-minute sessions are designed around your individual needs and abilities as we focus on alignment, active breathing, balance, and the development of a strong core.

Thai Bodywork is an efficient and effective way to identify and treat trigger points in the muscles throughout our body to restore functional movement patterns throughout our body. The Bodywork approach is rooted in the traditional fundamental practices of Thai Massage infused with Trigger Point Therapy. The overall effects will leave you feeling rejuvenated by restoring your body’s ability to move smoothly and freely through general ranges of motion.

60 minute or 90 minutes session can focus on general relaxation, sports massage which will focus on specific areas of the body which are stressed and overused from repetitive exercise, or a more defined approach to resolve specific pain from headaches, neck and shoulder stiffness, hip and low back ailments, or general foot and ankle pain.

Strength and conditioning programs are created with a foundation in body awareness and balance. From here, you can gradually evolve to a higher intensity program turning the focus over to more intense strength and conditioning routines, building your cardiovascular strength and endurance throughout the process.

Your personal workout routines are tailored to meet your individual needs. We work together to set and attain short and long terms fitness goals as well as overall health and nutrition goals through accountability, education, and daily support. If you suffer from an injury or have health concerns, your fitness routine will be modified accordingly.

The American Health Association (AHA), along with the World Health Organization, and the Department of Health and Human Services recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes per week of vigorous aerobic activity to control weight, improve mood, promote better sleeping habits, and reduce and prevent numerous health conditions and diseases.

Krav Maga, better known as self-defense training, incorporates the fundamentals of traditional boxing, Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning, and specific training in techniques used for self defense in real world scenarios.

This advanced conditioning training can be combined your strength and resistance workouts for an all-encompassing fat burning and power building fitness routine.