"Emancipate yourself from what limits you. Learn to dream about what’s possible. A healthy mind and body. A little pep in your step. And a budding romance with yourself to share with the world." - Susan Rosenberg
SUSAN ROSENBERG, CPT, CES
My career as a personal trainer started in my mid-40s in response my own health crisis. I wanted to understand how to exercise, eat healthy, and reduce stress in response to a period of depression. I was overwhelmed by the amount of health and fitness information on the internet. Should I go gluten free or Paleo? Take Birkram yoga or CrossFit classes? And how about supplements? With few clear answers, I embarked on a journey to answer these and other questions that would lead me to a life free from the grip of depression.
What I’ve learned along this journey is there isn’t a “one size fits all” answer. It takes a practice of awareness and patience to find the answers to our ailments. I’ve acquired a wide knowledge of the many aspects of health and fitness that come together to increase well-being. I consider: developing a balanced approach to exercise, correcting muscle imbalances, building mindfulness, and cultivating good nutrition. There are so many contributing factors that together help us thrive. My goal is to share what I have learned and educate the client so they can develop independence in their own fitness and well-being.
I welcome all clients who resonate with this approach. I am a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sport Medicine (NASM), a NASM certified Corrective Exercise Specialist, and I completed a 500-hour personal training program at the National Personal Training Institute. My current areas of interest and specialty include women’s fitness, pre- and post-natal fitness, women in menopause and recovery from injury at any age.