Being a mom is hard, even before you give birth. It’s difficult to know what to do, especially since people don’t really talk about the physical symptoms of pregnancy and childbirth. I’m a mom, a certified pregnancy and postpartum athleticism coach, and a level 2 CrossFit trainer. My goal is to help guide you to a place where you can feel confidence in your body and comfort in knowing you’re not alone! 


With a bachelor’s degree in Health Administration, I worked at a Newton-Wellesley Hospital during my internship. After graduating, I received a job in administration. During that time, fitness was a big priority of mine, and after attending the CrossFit Level 1 Course in 2013, I immediately started shadowing classes to see if it was something I wanted to start doing.

From there I was hooked! I made a career change and started coaching full time. “If you find something you love to do, You’ll never work a day in your life.”- Keith Fletcher This is exactly why I started my “work”. It truly is what I love!

After going through the journey of exercising through my pregnancy and returning to exercise safely postpartum, I want to help other women with this fitness journey. There is a huge demand for better information on pregnant and postpartum fitness. Every woman’s journey is different and each woman has different demands. Along with a pelvic floor physical therapist, I work with women to find movements and strategies that work for my clients for their daily life movements and movements in the gym. If you’re experiencing physical symptoms like prolapse, diastasis or incontinence and don’t know where to turn, I can help you manage your symptoms while staying active! Even if you’re just looking for a workout that can keep you moving safely during pregnancy, I’ll help you put your mind at ease. 

Additional continuing education courses:

Pregnancy and Postpartum Athleticism Coach

Pelvic Guru Women’s Pelvic Health Mastermind and Mentoring day

Pelvic Guru The Female Athlete Course- focus on core and pelvic floor with Antony Lo


Train to train another day
— Coach K