The options for group workshops abound, but here are a few of the most popular options. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, but want to explore options, hit the contact button below and we’ll explore the possibilities.

Protection or Adaptation: Clearing the Path to Peak Performance

Every cell in the human body exists on a continuum between protection mode and growth mode. When in protective mode, improvements to fitness come slowly and sparingly, if at all. When in growth mode, the human body’s capability to adapt to training and gain strength, power and fitness is remarkable.

In this clinic, learn about the various life stressors that send your body into survival (protection) mode, in turn disabling your ability to fully benefit from training.

Then we’ll look at the exciting and empowering flip side of growth, which is the path to performing and feeling our very best.


Appropriate for all ages and all sports, this clinic is about empowering athletes to thrive physically and emotionally, despite the many environmental stressors surrounding us trying to push us back into protective mode.

Tuning In: Body Intelligence and Owning Your Readiness

What is the most important feedback mechanism available to monitor your health and training progress?
Your own body’s signals.

With so many technological tools now available to design and monitor an individual’s training, it’s easy for an athlete to lose their ability to tune in to their own body’s feedback.


In this clinic, we walk through the specific ways our body’s communicate with us—from gut health and weight management, to mood stability and emotion regulation—as well as how to decode and respond to those signals.

Empowering Women Athletes: Women’s-Specific Training and Nutrition

Guess what, ladies? The majority of exercise science materials out there are written by men, for men.


Through 6 years of formal education in human performance, not once were women’s-specific training and nutrition needs covered—I had to work to find material specifically catered to women’s biochemistry.

Fortunately, more women’s-specific sources do exist now, and we need to support those sources!

The reality is, women’s physiology is different from men’s. Not inferior, just different.


As a female athlete who has coached hundreds of other hard working, badass female athletes, I have a particular fire burning within to empower women athletes. That empowerment starts with knowledge.

As a female athlete—or coach of a women’s team—you need to know:

-How estrogen, progesterone, FSH, and LH alter the way female athletes feel, perform, and metabolize food. (For pre and post-menopausal women: how biochemistry changes with age, and how that impacts training, nutrition, and recovery needs).

-What you can do to take control.

-How all this differs from the needs of male athletes.

Why do we care how it differs from men’s needs? Because the majority of material out there about training, nutrition, and recovery is written with a male body in mind, and you want to know how to filter through all that to make it work for you.

These conversations are not about compromise, they are about being savvy. Let’s take charge, ladies.