I came to Bonnie with a very specific problem - Diastis Recti after having a baby. Bonnie worked with me on all the tiny little muscles that were affected, and was encouraging along the way. I have finally gotten strong enough to do planks, and I'm even able to get back into some yoga movements . . . things I thought I would never be able to do again. I strongly recommend Bonnie!
Totally knowledgeable, excellent verbal directions as well as demonstrations, hands-on when correcting, sense of humor.
Bonnie really knows her stuff. She explains the "why"behind things. She is the perfect combination of supportive and tough.
Initial phone or virtual consult to meet client and learn about their current lifestyle and what their motivation is for hiring a coach/trainer. At this time we will discuss client's background, medical, exercise and life history and determine the client's long and short term goals and set up a game plan for achieiving those goals.
Yoga Sports Coach™ trained with The Institute of Yoga Sports Science®
E-RYT 200 Yoga Teacher - trained with Susan Rubin & Lauri Nemetz
Advanced Nutrition Coach - trained with Pn Nutrition
Master / Lead Flexologist - Stretchlab®
Currently recertifying with NASM - Personal Fitness Training
Reiki 1 & 2 Certified
All packages require a 3 month commitment - results take time and changing behavior and habits is key to a client's success.
12 virtual training/yoga sessions, 1 nutrition coaching call, unlimited email contact.
8 virtual training/yoga sessions, 1 nutrition coach call, unlimited email contact
Single session rate:
I began teaching aerobics in 1984 in college and have never looked back. I bring to my clients a wealth of knowledge and experience of working with many different types of people throughout the years.
I work with students of all levels. I am a teacher at heart so I love work with students that have a desire to learn how to connect with their bodies and intuitively trust and understand what they need to live a healthy and active lifestyle.
I recently taught a small group of students. One man arrived to class a few minutes late. After class he admitted that he wasn't planning on staying because he felt he had better things to do like work and couldn't justify taking the time off. He ended up staying for the whole class and shared this with me afterwards. He had gotten so much out of the class that he realized he needed to figure out how to add yoga into his life.
Ask a lot of questions.
1. What are they looking to hire the teacher for?
2. Know their history - injuries / surgeries / medical conditions and medications
3. What type of learner are they?
4. What would you like to achieve working with a coach/trainer?