Anti-Racism & EDI

I believe in body autonomy and that we all have a right to experience fitness on our own terms and do what we want with our bodies without judgement. I also believe that the only way that fitness can feel accessible and safe is if we see ourselves represented in all of our diverse bodies, experiences, self-expressions, and perspectives.

I'm committed to making the fitness space more inclusive through collaboration and conversation with professionals in the fitness and nutrition space of different races, genders, sexual orientations, gender identities, ages, educational backgrounds, and physical abilities.

I do my best to teach from a place transparency and open communication. If you have feedback for me, please don't hesitate to reach out. Historically, the fitness industry has given the mic to a small number of privileged voices. I want to be one of the individuals in this industry who helps change this.

Below, I've included anti-racism resources related to fitness and wellness as well as links to Black owned movement education programs, apparel companies, and the social media accounts and websites of individuals who are working to improve representation and make the fitness space safer for larger bodied, Black, Brown, and LGBTQ+ individuals.