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I deeply believe—borne of my experience and the experience of my clients—that if you get exercise into your daily routine, every other behavior that supports your health, happiness and success gets easier.

My own wellness involved overcoming obstacles. Twenty years ago, I contracted chronic fatigue syndrome. I had previously been somewhat athletic, but when my health was at its worst, I could barely climb a set of stairs. Conventional medicine offered no relief. The third specialist I saw said, “I don’t know. I guess you have one of those autoimmune disorders that we don’t know much about. We can start some medication that might help, but you will likely live with this the rest of your life.”

Thus began a journey of very personal exploration and experimentation that led to my complete recovery, and ultimately to my getting licensed as a massage therapist, fitness trainer, and behavior-change coach. And I didn’t know it at the time, but the principles I discovered in my recovery became much of the basis of the Easing In Fitness process.

Join me on this journey of changing how you think about, relate to, and experience fitness such that all obstacles just fall away.

I've worked as a massage therapist, fitness trainer, wellness and behavior-change coach, musician, and Fortune 500 HR and Operations executive. All of these endeavors have led me to where I am now: as an advocate and change agent for supporting consistent fitness and wellness habits.

I’m interested in helping relieve suffering, and in supporting health, happiness, and fulfillment of life mission and dreams. But I’ve found that, like there are gateway drugs, there are gateway health habits.