“I can’t touch my toes.”
“I can’t squat for squat.”
“I can’t run.”

You've already tried the orthodox approach: treadmill, weights, repeat. But it's uncomfortable, tires you out, and it's just not clicking.

When was the last time you felt free?

You're living in a movement deficit. You've forgotten how to hold yourself on the street, how to pick up the keys you just dropped on the floor. You're more in touch with your phone than the environment.

How to fix this? Start moving.

The body doesn’t know the difference between a handstand and a barbell. Take advantage of this! Motion and resistance are all you need to trigger change within the body--healthy change.

You need an all-inclusive approach to initiate muscle growth, develop your stamina and breath, and come into yourself with greater body awareness than ever before. Through a blend of calisthenics, dance, yoga, and martial arts, learn to restore your mind-body connection while challenging your limits.

You’ll also develop a practice of active recovery. Discover self-myofascial release and learn techniques that support the healing process between workouts, promoting overall longevity.


I was never the "sporty" girl in gym. Never played for a team until college--and even then, only a semester.

Yet fitness found me.

It started with dance, performing in the Nutcracker at SUNY Purchase as a nine-year-old. Dance led to horseback riding, which led to rugby, which led to running, and by the time I started full-on HIIT and crosstraining, I was hooked. Then, while studying in France, I discovered calisthenics and spent my semester quietly training pistol squats in a tiny studio, careful not to disturb the neighbors.

In 2013, I graduated Mount Holyoke College with a B.A. in Anthropology, a minor in English, and a commitment to finding wellness in the everyday. To balance out the physical, I then pursued a Creative Nonfiction M.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College, accomplished in 2018 with an accompanying book. It has since helped me find the mechanics of cultivating the mind, body, and spirit in the quest for total wellness of the soul.

For me, the soul work has come in the form of training. Whether I'm practicing taekwondo, working with a client, or picking up the pen, it's with the knowledge that I'm blessed to be doing what I do. I've had the opportunity to work with incomparable clients and write for amazing individuals.

For you, the soul work is going to be your own, and that's where we have fun.

My philosophy comes from experience: you can't rely on one-note methodology for results. Engage the mind, activate the body, and inspire the spirit. All of these are keys to the soul. Fitness is not just for the person you are now, but the person that you see yourself wanting to be. Blending your approach allows you to achieve high-intensity body awareness, unlocking the strength of hidden potential, simply in the act of mindful movement.

You will find yourself unconsciously improving:

Posture: Self-carriage, balance, and stance.
Mobility: Joint health, comfort, and range of motion.
Performance: Speed, agility. and pure awesome strength.

Bruce Lee put it best. “Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.


National Academy Of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer (Lifetime Certification)
National Academy Of Sports Medicine Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist
National Academy Of Sports Medicine Certified Women's Fitness Specialist
National Academy Of Sports Medicine Certified Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Specialist
Certified Animal Flow Level 1 Instructor
Triggerpoint Performance Therapy Certified
Adult CPR/AED Certified

Functional Movement,  Mobility/Flexibility,  Strength Training, All Age Groups (Seniors and Children included).

Are you ready to own your movement?

Start a movement. Keep moving.
Move on.

Contact Natasha to schedule a training session, consultation, or workshop.

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