Our trainers take your fitness goals seriously. We understand that losing weight and gaining muscle can be challenging, and our goal is to help you overcome hurdles and reach your goals. We analyze your body type, BMI, and metabolism, to create your individualized fitness plan.
10 one-on-one 1-hour sessions with one of our expert personal trainers.
5 one-on-one 1-hour sessions with one of our expert personal trainers.
3 one-on-one 1-hour sessions with one of our expert personal trainers.
Amy's passion for health and wellness is driven by her job as a cardiovascular technician at Beth Israel Deaconess, where she has served on a wellness committee since 2015. Together with other healthcare professionals, she develops and implements nutrition, fitness, and mindfulness programs for hospital employees.
A certified personal trainer/nutrition consultant through Exercise Science Alliance since 2003, Amy has current ACLS and BLS certifications through the American Heart Association. She is dedicated to sharing her own enthusiasm and knowledge for fitness and nutrition with others so they, too, can reach their personal health goals and feel rewarded by their commitment.
I can’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t passionate about Fitness, Health, and Nutrition. My journey started at a Step Class and I was immediately hooked. Soon fitness classes and weight training became an outlet for me to destress and feel empowered. This eventually turned into a stint in the Bodybuilding competition circuit lasting for a few years of fun, some trophies, a lot of hard work and lifelong friendships came with it. Those experiences naturally lead me to start helping others realize their potential, feel empowered and confident, basically helping them achieve all the feels I get from weight training. Weight training isn’t just about all the feels (although it keeps me moving and motivated) it truly is about our health, healthy weight management and nutrition. As a Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Nutrition Specialist my mission is to take the complex relationship we all have with exercise and food and simplify it for real life. There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to healthy habits.