D.C. born and bred, we take great pride living in a city of such intellectual power and professional accomplishment. Washingtonians excel in the realms of government and politics, law and business, medicine and science, education... the list goes on. As health professionals, we strive to improve the health of our community and its citizens. Hard work and professional commitment can take a toll on personal health, and our challenge is to help individuals, families, and communities get healthy—and stay healthy through proven, sensible lifestyle changes that include good nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction. Through our experience in all dimensions of healthy living, we advocate an integrated, positive, methodical approach to health and fitness.

D.C. born and bred, we take great pride living in a city of such intellectual power and professional accomplishment. Washingtonians excel in the realms of government and politics, law and business, medicine and science, education... the list goes on.

As health professionals, we strive to improve the health of our community and its citizens. Hard work and professional commitment can take a toll on personal health, and our challenge is to help individuals, families, and communities get healthy—and stay healthy through proven, sensible lifestyle changes that include good nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction.

Through our experience in all dimensions of healthy living, we advocate an integrated, positive, methodical approach to health and fitness.

As the modern world evolves, and forces us to spend long hours in front of a computer, desk or steering wheel, our approach to physical exercise and personal training must evolve as well. In order for our clients  to look better and feel better, we use a combination of stretches and strengthening exercises that counter the bad habits of the typical workday. Years of experience have taught us the importance in doing every exercise correctly and safely. We take pride in our knowledge of the body and the attention-to-detail that our coaches put into their training sessions.

Improved Flexibility -> Better Posture -> Body Alignment -> Efficient Movement

Many of the clients that we work with come to us in physical distress, some in serious pain. Often times these problems, such as lower back pain or neck stiffness, are caused by a lack of movement or range of motion in certain areas. By working on flexibility in certain areas, individuals can often reduce or rid themselves of the pain they originally felt. In turn, this flexibility will almost immediately help to improve posture. When an individual has proper posture it means that the body is in good alignment. Body alignment allows the human body to run more efficiently, while taking added pressure off of the joints.