With almost 20 years in the health and fitness industry, Louise brings experience from many disciplines to her work with clients. She holds a B.A. from UMBC and is an ACE Personal Trainer, Precision Nutrition coach, a Functional Strength Coach and received a coaching certification from Results Coaching (now the NeuroLeadership Institute). She is a practicing massage therapist for 18 years, with extensive continuing education in the fields of massage and bodywork. In 2015 she apprenticed with the late Robert Duggan, founder of the Tai Sophia Institute (now Maryland University of Integrative Health) and pioneer in the field of Integrative Health. She believes deeply in the words of Thoreau: “I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor”.
Ann (left) is a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer, Weight Loss Specialist and Fitness Nutritionist. She started coaching high school field hockey and lacrosse right out of college, which ultimately led to her decision to become a Personal Trainer. With over 20 years of experience as a coach she continues to help position athletes to reach their full potential. In addition, she now enjoys combining her experience as a successful coach with personal training to help her clients balance fitness and strength training with proper nutrition. She currently serves as the Head Field Hockey Coach at Hood College in Frederick. Ann believes that a commitment to staying fit and eating well position you to lead your best life. She has earned additional certifications in TRX and Mental Toughness and Flexibility.
Amy has been training Arnold and Severna Park residents for over five years. She is an ACE-certified personal trainer and also holds her CrossFit Level 1 trainer certificate. She came to strength training after years of playing team sports (lacrosse and field hockey) and competitive running. Amy believes that building strength – gradually and over time – is the cornerstone to good health and an active, independent lifestyle. She is passionate in her belief that no one – man or woman – should feel compelled to jump on a treadmill at the gym because they don’t know what else to do (and she would LOVE to show you all the great and wonderful possibilities that strength training offers). She also believes that training functional movements with an appropriate and balanced program will help her clients to avoid injury and to be even better at all the things they love to do outside the gym.