Chris is a movement enthusiast that is passionate about helping individuals move PUROPSEFUL, INTENTIONAL, and PAIN FREE. His main goal it to educate clients and to help enhance their awareness to the infinite potential that they have within them, as well as empower them with tools to fully thrive in life. He likes to coach clients on being persistent, helping them to develop fortitude and confidence, as well as providing them with motivation and accountability. His hope is to have his clients realize that they are much stronger than they ever knew they could be, and that they are capable of creating what they want in their life if they are willing to work for it and never give up.

On his down time, he enjoys short walks to the fridge and appropriately long naps. But on the flip side, he enjoys hiking, working out, dancing like a complete fool, doing yoga, traveling, finding new great mouthwatering recipes to cook up in the kitchen, and making sure each day is filled with laughter. Chris is keen on creating meaningful connections with his clients and wants the successes they experience with their health and wellbeing to influence other aspects of their lives.


Exercise is medicine, but exercise and fitness are so much more than hard work and sweat. It is a catalyst for positive change, and it affects all other facets of your life.


Movement training, functional training, resistance training, athletic-specific training, balance and mobility training, medical exercise education and exercise intervention for individuals with chronic health considerations.


Chris teaches Medical Exercise Classes (Total Joint Replacement & Arthritis and Women's Fitness & Skeletal Health). Also Chris teaches Balance classes and workshops, as well as Small Group Training.


Chris earned his Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology at California State University, Long Beach and is certified as a Medical Exercise Specialist (MES) through the American Council on Exercise (ACE), as well as a certified personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).