Hello there, I’m Jessica!
As a Massachusetts native (born and raised), I have made my incredible journey across the country to Ridgecrest in November 2015, which has already changed my life in many ways.
Looking back to as long as I can remember, I honestly cannot think of a time where I wasn’t having fun and being active as a kid growing up. Earning my first-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do with my sister has been the most memorable experience and we had the time of our lives (and not just because we got to spar each other)!
As a teenager, a rare bone condition in my ankle required years of treatment, healing, patience and a great amount of optimism. As I traveled the long road to recovery, I had the chance to discover my strengths and weaknesses. Through this, I also had the opportunity to learn about what it means to overcome limitations by discovering new things.
With so many who had inspired me along the way, I couldn’t envision doing anything else in my life besides helping others. I have realized through so many experiences that learning and opportunities are endless, which is why I have become so passionate about educating others about their health.
I have earned a B.S. in Exercise Science from the University of Massachusetts in Boston and I am a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine. My recent professional endeavors have included Corporate Onsite Health Promotion as well as an extensive background in the rehabilitation field, including volunteering in various Occupational Therapy and clinical settings.
In my spare time, I love doing yoga, traveling, being outdoors and spending time with the ones I love, both near and far.
Whether your situation is unique and requires a little TLC or if you’re simply looking to improve or maintain your overall health & wellness, I look forward to being by your side every step of the way to help encourage you and motivate you!
“There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow. So today is the right day to love, believe, do and mostly live.” –Dalai Lama