A New Dawn of Fitness is Here!!!

The moment I left Equinox 4 years ago, I owned the fact that my journey as a business owner was there to help me express myself fully in this world. My vision was there for my own growth, and since expansion is one of my favorite hobbies, I took on the journey with my typical excitement, …

20 minutes SOS w/ Mayra

Self Optimization Sanctuary training is how we roll at C2E. We train for self-sufficiency in personal care of body. mind and spirit. Every session is focused on equipping you to integrate all aspects of yourself to a focused time of personally healing, strengthening, and just BEing with YOUR body, listening and giving it what it …

3D Fitness Flows for your Self-Optimization Sanctuary

Last week, we gave you some tips for creating a space for home self-care by creating your Self-Optimization Sanctuary (S.O.S.). Your sanctuary is a sacred space to foster a daily fitness and well-being regimen. Here is an example of what my personal S.O.S. exercise flow looks like. Please note that my objective is not to …

The OMGym for Strength, Cardiovascular Endurance, and Flexibility

During Coach2Edify’s first Enchanted Evening almost 3 years ago, my dear college friend from UCLA, Michael Kaliski, encouraged evolutionary human and designer of suspension training system OMGym, Sarah Kellette, to attend our event. Michael Kaliski, I will be eternally grateful for this! When Sarah came to the event, we felt right at home with one …

Five Simple Steps to Bring Self-Care Into the Work Environment

Throughout all of my years as a physical trainer, I’ve found that the main obstacle for people to become self-sufficient in their personal care of body, mind, and spirit is a lack of TIME. The greatest cause for this lack of time is WORK. In reality, these obstacles are set by our CHOICES. We often …

Discipline, Animal Flow and Vitality

Our mission at Coach2Edify is to foster whole-being wellness through various modalities to arrive at balance in body, mind, and spirit. While we help our clients find wellness, it’s also integral that we find our own wellness as health practitioners. And that involves discipline. As part of this process, today I’m starting a disciplined approach …