Be Fit By Rebekah

Be Fit By Rebekah

5.0 (2)
1 employee
4 years in business

About this pro

My qualifications are both personal training and nutrition as well as yoga instruction. I have a passion for health and fitness and enjoy teaching because I get to share that passion and help people improve their daily quality of life. Exercise benefits not only the physical body but also the mind. Whole body wellness and happiness are my main priorities for you in both my personal training services and yoga instruction.

My vision is to share yoga with everyone I meet to begin to create a universal connection sprouting harmony, peace, healing, and understanding.

In my experience, fitness training and weightlifting have personally boosted my confidence, improved my immune system, strengthened my muscles and joints, and improved my mood!

Yoga is my true passion, however, because it brought me a new sense of community, emotional understanding, stress relief, mental health and awareness, physical strength, flexibility, and overall healing during a difficult time in my life. Why not benefit from the practice of yoga and the commitment to regular exercise?

I am a certified yoga instructor through Yoga Alliance and completed my teacher training in Austin, TX, with the Austin Yoga Tree studio over the summer of 2017.

I am certified by the International Sports Science Association as a fitness instructor and sports nutritionist since August 2014. 

My experience includes both working in a gym and as a private instructor.

CPR/AED certified

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Credentials

Grand Rapids, MI 49504
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Mary

    Rebekah is a professional and calming instructor. Rebekah guided our yoga session expertly, using the proper yoga terms, but still enough common language so that I had the confidence in what I was doing. She made comments when appropriate on my body position, so that I benefited from the yoga session and did not injure myself. Afterward, my muscles felt nicely stretched out and relaxed. Overall, it was an excellent yoga session.

  • Tulsi Bhakta

    Bekah really knows her stuff and lives by it. Her strength gives you strength! And her knowledge of yoga and nutrition is impressive. How does one person remember so many things?



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Once a new student makes a connection with me, we can e-mail to discuss what sort of instruction they are looking for and plan a time to meet either at the student's home or in a public setting to establish a program and discuss rates and scheduling. Then, we will have a date to begin lessons.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

International Sports Science Association Personal Fitness Training Certification

International Sports Science Association Specialist in Sports Nutrition

Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher

Yoga Teacher Training Certification from Austin Yoga Tree

CPR/AED


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$0.50 per mile for driving to you added to each lesson.

1 1-hour lesson Yoga or Personal Training $30

2 1-hour lessons/week Yoga or Personal Training - $55 

2 1.5-hour lessons/week Full Fitness Training: Personal Training, Nutrition, Yoga, and Meditation - $90

Group session Yoga (3 or more) hour-long class - $60 (maximum $20 per person)

Buddy workouts (you and a friend) personal training 1-hour session - $50 (25 per person per session) 

Weekly payments. Cancellations 24 hrs in advance or charges apply.


How did you get started teaching?

My passion for fitness began in highschool when I ran cross country and track and took a weight training class. I enjoy teaching and enriching lives by helping people become healthier and prevent onset of disease and injury. I began working as a trainer in a gym in 2014, and since have taken several private clients and taught group classes. Yoga instruction is a little newer to me since I just earned my certification over the last summer but I have experienced great small successes with the people I have taught.


What types of students have you worked with?

All adult ages (18yrs-70+yrs)


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What does becoming healthier mean to you? 

What are included in your priorities: muscular strength and building, flexibility, joint strength, better sleep, better eating habits, stress relief, focus and calm, being able to create your own workouts?

Do you have any injuries or limitations?

Does your doctor recommend physical activity?