Rachel runs her own mental health and personal training practice. She entered the work world through advertising and marketing starting at a media agency then to a large publisher but was not fulfilled. She left to become a personal trainer at Equinox and after three years left to start her own business. Her roster includes anyone from CEOs, top executives, collegiate athletes, weekend warriors, and every day people. Her approach to training is influenced by her athletic background as a gymnast and a track athlete.
Rachel also see clients for mental health coaching. Psychology became an interest to her after struggling with her move to New York City, dealing with anxiety, OCD, and some bouts of depression. Through her research and studies, she learned what the underpinnings are and that these disorders are as common as getting a cold. Knowing this and the fact that no one likes to address these issues have become her life’s work.
Rachel holds her Masters Degree in Applied Psychology from New York University with a goal of making mental health not just accessible but a daily practice for everyone through open communication and learning how to develop genuine relationships.
Education / Certifications:
Masters Degree in Applied Psychology - New York University
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
StrongFirst Level 1
Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist (FRCms)
Pre- and Post-Pregnancy Training Certified
Trigger Point Therapy Training - Myofascial Release
Progressive Bodyweight Training
Animal Flow Level 1 Training