My name is Camille

My journey into Personal Training began in a very dark place. I spent over 8 years trying to fight my body and what it was doing. Then one day I surrendered to this simple but key principle: instead of fighting my body, I must listen to it. The more I listened, the more I realized that my body was giving me some very clear information about what it needed.  One of the key points was that I couldn’t hope to feel better if I didn’t get stronger. It’s always been clear to me that I couldn’t ignore or wish away a medical condition.  But, what I started realizing was that I could minimize the impact of my conditions and even avoid some of the symptoms, if I got my body to a stronger point where it could move more functionally.

The medical field is something we need, it serves so many purposes in our world, and it provides us with a lot of essential information.  But, what do you do to go from point A acquiring medical advice and point B developing healthier habits.  I’ve been down this path several times in my life and it’s what stimulated my eagerness to become a personal trainer. A personal trainer can help bridge that gap from Point A to B

By 32 years old I had already had several heart surgeries, a pacemaker implanted, was struggling with full body hypermobility and the gamut of issues that comes from that, chronic pain and chronic fatigue. I had lost hope that I could ever feel good again, and feared what my future looked like. I felt like I was being told all the things I couldn’t do, but no one was helping me work towards improving on the things I could do, or should be able to do. So one day I decided my life was worth any amount it took to get fit. I hired a personal trainer and never looked back.

My passion for personal training comes from my life experiences. Getting fit opened up a whole new chapter in my life, and set me on a path to actually achieving the life I wanted to live. As I develop a program for a client I assess the individual, assess the barriers, discuss the goals and set in motion a plan to set them on the path to healthier living.

If you’re looking for someone to help you; move better, get stronger, minimize pain, get fit, and gain balanced muscle mass then I’m the trainer for you.

Click on the following link for more information on my experience Knowledge and Experience.

Experience Working with Individuals who have the following conditions.

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
  • Joint Hypermobility Syndrome
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Scoliosis
  • Muscle Movement Disorders, Dystonia
  • Stroke
  • Pacemakers
  • Cardiac Arrythmias
  • Patella Femoral Syndrome
  • Pelvic and Rectal Prolapses
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