Putting the needs of people first always, and forever
Putting the needs of people first always, and forever
Nothing great is accomplished alone. This is why we not only work with the best healthcare professionals, but also clients and athletes because we all work together.
Demonstrate effective and compassionate interpersonal communication, being available when and where our clients and athletes need us.
Always listening to the needs and wants of the people we work with. Providing the absolute best quality of care and treatment.
Exceed all expectation of the people we work with. Ensuring trust, honesty, respect and transparency.
The most educated and disciplined professionals. We strive to excel and raise the standard.
Alyssa earned her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Miami in 1991. After graduation, she began her career in the wholesale floral industry dealing with corporate headquarters nation wide.
Alyssa spent her younger years unhealthy and overweight. At age 23 she moved to NYC and decided it was time to make important lifestyle changes. She began to eat better and exercise, and became a dedicated runner. Despite an injury, she completed the NYC marathon in 1997 and had finally found her passion.
In 1999, Alyssa became an ACE Certified Personal trainer and began to work for NYC Equinox fitness clubs where she learned manual stretching and completed another NYC marathon. She has obtained certifications in post rehabilitation, prenatal/postpartum, women in menopause, and the older adult.
15 years ago, Alyssa relocated back to her home state, Florida. Her experience includes having trained privately, taught for NASM, and most recently partnered in a private studio. She has also earned her ACE Health Coach National Certification and currently works as a Corporate Health Coach for a large attorney firm. Her primary focus is building her studio as well as utilizing the coaches in the field in corporate settings.
Alyssa is a true professional who has a passion for helping everyone she encounters become their best, happiest self.
With a Master‘s degree in Kinesiology and Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion, Gabriel specializes in motor development and soft tissue mobilization. Gabriel also enhances and enriches the lives of his clients by increasing their health and fitness level through tailored, individualized programs specifically designed to achieve optimal results. He focuses on teaching and helping people reduce and eliminate their injuries through advanced exercise programming,
Gabriel was inspired to help people overcome their pain and limitations after he overcame his own crippling aliments. He has been active throughout his life and has participated in a variety of sports and strength training regimens. Gabriel has always been competitive and driven to be the best he can be, however, at the age of 19 he began suffering with a back and hip injury that left him feeling powerless, defeated, and depressed. After suffering with it for over a year, he sought medical help to eliminate his pain.
Without the correct tailored approach to his specific problem, Gabriel did not improve. He decided to take matters into his own hands and began studying independently. Through his educational and physical journey he recovered in 2 – 3 months of hard work. Now his main goal is to make sure you have the knowledge he has gained throughout the years, and provide you with an individual program to help your exact needs.
Throughout his mission to help himself and others, Gabriel has worked with and learned from talented physical therapists, chiropractors, nutritionists, psychologists and strength and conditioning coaches. He is also a lifelong learner who has continued his education with advanced degrees and workshops, and has even taught courses at Broward College.
Lisa Geiger graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Rutgers University in 2011. Since her inception as a Physical Therapist she has lead two clinics in New Jersey and Florida. Lisa specializes in soft tissue mobilization and when clinically appropriate, utilizes Graston tools to enhance the speed and longevity of recovery. Lisa is a certified orthopedic manual therapist and also utilizes techniques derived from the Postural Restoration Institute. Other certifications include selective functional movement assessment and functional movement assessment. Lisa is a volunteer lab instructor for smart tools and spinal movement and breathing assessment courses. She is dedicated to enhancing her patients’ quality of life and strives to exceed their expectations by providing evidence-based physical rehabilitation.
Lisa suffered from an ACL injury in high school that was mis-treated. She has experienced 5 different knee surgeries all with their own recovery time. With the help of great physical therapy she was able to rehab to play collegiate basketball, softball and continues to run without pain to this day. It is her goal to make sure you understand your diagnosis and become a part of the solution. Together as a team, Smart Fitness can help you achieve mobility, strength, proprioception and overall remarkable results.
As a 7-year fitness coach to a large variety of clients, Anthony has the ability to simplify the process of becoming a healthier you. Being certified as National Academy of Sports Medicine trainer, Anthony uses corrective exercise and high-quality resistance training programming to help clients achieve goals. Anthony also has a background in Mixed Martial Arts and teaches classes and privates for those wanting to learn how to defend themselves and develop self-confidence. As a teacher and student of health and fitness, Anthony is always teaching and learning the best and most effective methods to living a healthy life.
With a certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine to be a certified personal trainer, Shane’s goal is to help others live a life of health and happiness to their absolute fullest. Born premature and at a total weight of a pound and a half at birth, Shane was diagnosed with chronic cholesteatoma an abnormal skin growth in the ear that would eventually lead to complete hearing loss by the age of 3. He spent his elementary school days struggling with his disabilities as they hindered his ability to do well in school, including keeping him out of class with 7 major ear surgeries throughout his young life. It was finally in middle school where Shane decided to take charge of his own destiny. He took up basketball and sports and despite the disabilities that plagued him as a young child he worked hard to compete with the rest of the kids. Through his love for sports, Shane eventually joined the highschool wrestling team his freshman year of highschool. It was here where Shane started his fitness journey and started working out in order to get stronger for wrestling. Shane fell in love with the feeling of training hard, he began doing his own research. One day in class a paper was passed around for a new elective class being started up called the Health Science program where his teacher Major Mamhood would teach the students Anatomy and exercise for a 3 year program until Senior year when the students would be able to take a certification test from the National Academy of Sports Medicine to become a certified personal trainer. Shane joined the class and worked hard studying and learning until finally his senior year came. Despite a challenge of another major ear surgery his senior year, Shane took and passed his certification test with a new mission to give people hope and teach them strategies to be the healthiest version of themselves. Shane is now in college and seeks to earn his degree in exercise science to further his education and his goal of helping people move, live and feel better.
As a native to Florida, Kristina remained in Florida earning her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and double minor in Biology and Physical Education in 1992. Utilizing these three areas of study, Kristina’s career set forth for over 25 years in medical administration and business development for two of the largest healthcare corporations in the United States. Kristina was successful and had everything she wanted yet was always overwhelmed and “stressed out”. Practicing yoga as a favorite past time on and off since the 1990’s, it was on October 6, 2009 when Kristina “woke” up in shavasana pose. Kristina wanted to share this gift she found on the mat with others. After completing her teacher training in 2011 from an accredited yoga school, Kristina could not get enough yoga practicing 90-minutes sessions six days a week simply to improve her form, expand mentally and physically, cease overthinking and fulfill her sleep. Kristina believed yoga would bring her instant clarity during her newly found journey, yet she was wrong.
Practicing something new came with its challenges especially when practicing the definition of yoga: the union of the mind, body, and soul. Kristina’s repressed emotions began to surface, physical injury prevented getting into some poses and turning off the chitter chatter in her mind felt like self-interrogation primarily when she constantly compared herself to other yogis. Kristina pressed on realizing first that yoga is a practice you make your own. Yoga instructors serve as a tool for guidance through a moving meditation of the self. The rewards yoga offers is astounding self-expansion, growth, and contentment when an individual truly listens to their body, releases mental recordings, and just allows self-expression. Kristina believes it is our innate birthright to be and have everything our heart desires and today, she has dedicated herself to guide and provide the tools necessary for energetic shift for others through the practice of yoga.
Kelli enjoys sharing yoga as an invaluable tool for physical and emotional freedom to people of all ages and abilities.
Her journey with yoga began as a physical practice that was primarily Bikram and vinyasa based yoga. It wasn’t until her husband was diagnosed with terminal metastatic melanoma and her son developed an opioid addiction that Kelli realized what a life line yoga had become for her.
After studying and experiencing the wide-ranging benefits of yoga and yoga therapy, Kelli believes that yoga should be an indispensable part of life and an integral part of healing, whether healing from illness, injury, grief or even just the day-to-day stresses we continuously encounter. Yoga is a relationship that is built between the body, the mind and the breath. Yoga is creating space free from obstacles in your own body and your own life to live. Kelli is here to help others find release so that they competently move through life.
She completed her 200 hour training through The Honest Yoga Center and is registered with Yoga Alliance. She is a certified Creative Relaxation: Yoga Therapy for Autism and Special Needs Level I and II instructor. A certified Kidding Around Yoga instructor and is currently working on her Yoga Therapy certification with Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy Center. She will always be a student of the practice and she is deeply grateful for the loving wisdom her teachers have shared with her.
Kelli works within the community teaching yoga to kids and adults with autism and special needs. She works in local schools teaching breathing and meditation to high school choirs and teaches after school yoga to elementary school students as well as high school students. She has worked with students at the Palm Beach Rehabilitation center, the Jewish Community Center, The Potentia Academy and The Palm Beach School for Autism.
9703 W Sample Rd
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