• Pinpoint problem areas
  • Replace problematic habits with behaviors that promote a healthier lifestyle and weight
  • Understanding barriers to exercising, optimal nutrition and weight loss
  • Examine the interrelationships between individuals and the environments in which they live and work
  • Individual knowledge, social networks, and community opportunities are important factors for success 
  • Increased self-efficacy and enjoyment of activities is important for long-term adherence

GET moving.

exercise program design:

Nutritional programming: 


lifestyle modification and behavioral change:


  • Grocery shopping and food preparation tips
  • Simple recipes for flavor and health
  • Developing healthier eating habits with small steps
  • ENERGY BALANCE. Focusing on environmental and situational control of eating that is designed to reduce the exposure, susceptibility, and response to situations that result in high calorie intake and/or low energy expenditure
  • Helping you to self-monitor and self-manage for long-term success 


  • Cardiovascular conditioning 
  • Strength training 
  • Balance 
  • Flexibility
  • Physical assessments
  • Body composition and evaluation
  • Individual programs are essential for your success