After getting my degree in Kinesiology and Biology from Penn State University in 2013, I got certified to be a personal trainer through NASM and pursued my passion for helping people feel great in their skin. In 2018, my life changed when I became paralyzed from the chest down. At first, I thought my disability meant that I could never train others again. But I was wrong. I was able to incorporate fitness into my daily routine as a wheelchair user and not only build my strength, but increase my independence, balance and stability, and reduce my risk for further injury. Now I use my expertise to help both able-bodied individuals and wheelchair users. Since all bodies are different, I strive to create customized programs that challenge each and every one of my clients to grow.