2013 Inversion Yoga 200 Hr Teacher Training Hot Yoga
2014 Inversion Yoga 200 Hr Teacher Training Vinyasa Yoga
Workshops, Retreats, Meditations & Education:
Psychology, BA, Bucknell University (1989)
Certified Personal Trainer – C.H.E.K. Institute Level I Exercise Coach (July 2005)
Paul C.H.E.K. Holistic Health Coach (2007)
Certified Cross Fit Level I Trainer (January 2010)
It is the little things that we do every day that matter. Our health, in a large part is about us being proactive.
Mimi graduated from Bucknell University in 1989 with a degree in psychology and minor in philosophy. After graduating, she took a trip out west with two friends from high school. In late June of that year, she entered Grand Teton National Park and it only took a day for her to wonder over to Jackson Lake Lodge and get a job at the activities desk. Mimi was in heaven. There was some back and forth to the east coast, but Jackson finally won her over completely.
The question that keeps Mimi active in the world of wellness is “How can people be proactive with their health?”. After working closely with clients for over eight years now, she knows first-hand that people need a lot of motivation and encouragement to recapture and maintain their health, especially those individuals who want to lose weight and keep it off.
“I strive to be a better listener so that I can help determine what an individual needs and what their body requires. The key to helping people is to support them in their journey of health and wellness. That is what I’m here to do, I’m here to provide each individual that I work with ideas on how to nourish themselves better–how to relieve stress in their life, how to incorporate more sleep into their life, how to increase their intake of real whole foods, and how to incorporate movement into their daily life.”
Five things you may not know about Mimi:
She is the youngest of 6 children and her husband, Peter comes from a family of 8.
Mimi has a competitive spirit! She played varsity sports in high school and intramural sports through college–field hockey, tennis, softball and basketball.
Mimi has a degree in psychology and she always thought she would go into social work. Mimi loves working with kids. She worked as a counselor at the Van Vleck house for nearly 3 years and coordinated the Big Buddy Program in Jackson for 2 years.
For 9 1/2 years Mimi worked at Freiss & Associates for the Brandywine Fund as a research assistant in retail companies whose big focus was on health care.
While working for Freiss & Associates and taking care of her ailing mother, Mimi obtained her Masters in Natural Health and Holistic Nutrition through Clayton College.