From the desk of Sarah J. Rogers...
We recently shared some ideas with you regarding a new perspective on resolutions whether at the start of a new year or in any other season. As we often find, getting started is the hardest part; getting ourselves to begin what we know may be challenging or even simply different is rarely as easy as talking about beginning. Well, for those of you who have resolutions that touch upon fitness, OMBE has a staff that can supply you with a comprehensive wellness plan; we even have our own personal trainer: meet Kristy Kuhn.
If the average gym has you intimidated or is simply not your scene, if you prefer 1-1 training or are looking for a space to learn about your body, your health and to challenge your own concepts of self-growth then Kristy is a great trainer to start with. Friendly and motivating, our personal trainer is also a dancer and an OMBE yoga teacher. Her focus on total body awareness, breath and alignment tie her yoga and dance work into her workout regimens. Kristy’s workout style allows each client to voice their goals and intentions while also giving them space to continually re-map their fitness plan. Much of her strength and endurance programming uses the client’s own weight and therefore can serve clients seeking gentler work as well as those requiring more enduring workouts.
Call OMBE today to set up a meeting with Kristy and kick start your goals in our beautiful studio with a view! We know that getting through the door can be the hardest part and encourage you to come join us! We look forward to seeing you.
Sarah J. Rogers, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Sarah J. Rogers is a licensed massage therapist who received her training at the Cortiva Institute in Watertown, Massachusetts. Her practice focuses on the mind-body relationship and the usefulness of this connection not only for healing, but also for seeking balance in everyday life. Sarah brings her experience as an athlete and her compassion for mind-body health to her practice, inspiring growth and comfort in her clients. Along with massage, Sarah is now offering Active Isolated Stretching which can be done alone or in tandem with massage therapy. Employing techniques focusing on relaxation, neuromuscular therapy, stretching, myofascial release, and overall balance, Sarah will work with you to develop a treatment style that suits your needs.
"Good for the body is the work of the body, good for the soul is the work of the soul and good for either is the work of the other." -Henry David Thoreau.