My Greatest Hope In Working With Our Neuordiverse Athletes…
…is to offer foundational exercises that they can work into their daily routines. For their parents, siblings and caregivers, my hope is that they find time to center themselves so they continue to provide the most supportive care to their neurodiverse loved ones.
When I’m Not Coaching, I Love To……walk or run with my rescue dog Layla, bake or eat what I bake! I also love spending weekends in New Hampshire with my family.
What Really Inspires Me Is…
…the team I work with. This team is built on passion and consists of people with expertise in fitness AND the neurodiverse population. What stands out most is their willingness to meet our athletes where they are at, even when that means pretending to be a Disney Character.
What Got Me Started In This Field?
Greg and I met on the treadmills at Orange Theory Fitness in Natick, MA during a partner workout. Kristin, our OTF coach and an IF coach, knew Greg and I would hit it off because I have years of experience working with the neurodiverse population. Greg presented his dream of starting Inclusive Fitness and I was hooked.
After learning Eric Chessen’s Autism Fitness Program, I was able to pair my passion for fitness and my love for the neurodiverse population. It feels like I am still just getting started in this field because every day is different!