My love for fitness started when I was just 5 years old, after constantly monkeying around with my twin brother, Greg, my parents decided to throw us into gymnastics, wherein my passion for movement sprouted. The sport in it of itself helps any young person maintain confidence and gives them the ability to look at fitness through a unique lens. This past summer I reached my 10 year mark as a gymnastics coach; I am so thankful for the experiences and roads that this has led me down. As gymnastics is an adventurous sport, so are most of its participants. My love for traveling and my adventurous spirit helped to form my well-rounded outlook on fitness and the world. The connections that a holistic approach to fitness helps to create led me to find yoga through a friend while pursuing a PR and Marketing degree at Marquette University. I was able to push myself through school and graduated early while also simultaneously starting to pursue my career in fitness. While working multiple jobs, something I've been accustomed to since highschool, I learned all about discipline and gratitude for how far I've come, and how much further I wanted to go. My fitness career really took off when I started working at a local upcoming gym back in 2017. I had the opportunity to be a part of the behind the scenes process and see it take off while learning and growing alongside it. Through this experience I was humbled by the amazing mentors, coaches, and friends that I was able to collaborate with and learn from. The connections I made there helped to boost me to where I am today, opening my own studio space and creating boundless relationships through and with local movement professionals and participants. Now being the owner of a new small business, I am looking forward to the challenges, the growth, and the amazing community I am lucky to surround myself with.