University of Colorado-Boulder. B.A. in Anthropology
Nutrition Therapy Institute
NCSF Certified Personal Trainer


I wish I could tell you that I have always had a passion for fitness. But the truth is, I used to hate exercise. Not only did I hate exercise, I also used to be significantly overweight. 211 pounds, at a height of 5’2, to be exact.

I was a sophomore in college when I was at my heaviest, and going to school in Boulder, Colorado means you are surrounded by people who love to be active. I ran out of excuses to not go for a hike with friends, not go skiing, or to not go to a pool party. I finally decided to stop talking about losing weight, and start doing it. With the help of a personal trainer and a few nutrition courses, I began to find my strength and confidence again.

Two years after weighing in at over 200 pounds, through eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly, I weighed 115 pounds.

My journey to fitness has not been without it’s challenges. My weight fluctuated for years following my weight loss, because I lost interest in working out. Over the years, however, I made my return to the gym, and my weight has been steady ever since. I decided that I wanted to help people who are going through what I went through myself.

I became a personal trainer in June 2015, and it has been the most rewarding decision I have ever made. Because I have been there myself, I understand what it feels like to be uncomfortable in your body. My only goal as a trainer is to make sure you reach your goals. I tell my clients that they need to discover three things about themselves- what type of exercise is challenging for you, what type of exercise is easy for you, and what type of exercise you truly enjoy.

I love helping people find joy in fitness, and helping them feel better about themselves, both mentally and physically. If you are ready to take the next step in improving your health, please contact me for a consultation today!