I’m not a fitness fanatic by chance. Of course I want a fit healthy body, I mean, who doesn’t? My love of fitness sprung from one of the worse times in my life. Being diagnosed with Postpartum Depression after the birth of my son Ari, in 2013.
Yes medication has been a huge part of my recovery but as the years have passed and I’ve given myself the permission to pursue self-care — fitness and a healthy lifestyle have provided me a way to actively contribute to the fight against depression, instead of passively taking the back seat.
I know that fitness provides much more than a smaller size of skinny jeans and that is why I love it. The mind-body connection is very real and can touch areas of you that you may not even realize need the attention.
Ask yourself what more fitness could give you. How could it REALLY change your life, your perspective, your mind and body?
If you are struggling with your own health and fitness journey, are looking for more support so that you can get the results you want or if you are looking for fitness support or just motivation, then ask me about the different ways I can help you!