Lara graduated from The University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Nutrition. She completed her Masters degree in Clinical Nutrition at New York University. She has had over 10 years of experience working in an inpatient and outpatient hospital setting, counseling both adult and pediatric patients on a variety of nutrition needs including weight management, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, and maternal and infant nutrition.
Lara's note to you:
“I look forward to working with you to help achieve your health and fitness goals. I enjoy helping people create healthy, well- balanced meal plans tailored to their specific needs, that also allow them to enjoy the foods they love. I want my clients to be able to make realistic lifestyle changes that include a non-diet approach to eating.”
A Michigan native, Angela attended the College for Creative Studies in Detroit where she studied Art Direction. During that time, she started teaching in the health and fitness space and eventually opened a small studio offering personal training and small group classes. Always striving to push herself, she finished Ironman 140.6 triathlons in Louisville and Madison and recently placed top 5 in four NPC Western Michigan figure competition categories. She brings to her clients the same SMART goal setting and strategies for exercise programs and nutritious meal preparation that she includes in her daily routine and feels that the combination of both can help improve energy, body composition, and achievement of personal health and performance goals.
Angela's note to you:
Martha graduated from the University of Michigan with a Master's degree in Public Health with a concentration in Nutritional Sciences. She is currently pursuing licensure as a Registered Dietitian through the dietetic internship at the UM School of Public Health. Martha is interested in the intersection of nutrition and fitness and how they play into overall wellness. She believes fresh, whole foods are the key to a balanced lifestyle. In addition to a passion for food and nutrition, Martha loves a good physical challenge. She competed in track and field and cross-country in college and led a 25 person team on a 70 day 4,000 mile cross country bike ride from Baltimore to Seattle in summer 2017.
Martha's note to you:
"My main goal is for my clients to feel good. I want to give you the tools to make healthy choices and live your best life. I have an individualized, client-centered philosophy that focuses on whole, fresh foods and not restrictive crash diets. I want to help you make sustainable and realistic lifestyle changes that will improve your quality of life, give you a sense of balance, and help you reach your own goals. I also believe that food does not exist in a vacuum. We must address stress, sleep, and other lifestyle factors to improve overall wellness. I am excited to work with you to help you achieve your goals!"
Mariah's note to you:
"My goal when working with clients is to help them find balance and wellness in a way that works for their own unique life. By assessing all aspects of your life and promoting fresh, whole foods, I help you find balance and if needed, help repair your relationship with food. I don't believe in crash diets or quick fixes, and I provide you with evidence-based, practical solutions that will help you achieve your goals. I look forward to helping you achieve lasting lifestyle changes!