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“Shana’s workshops are sure to motivate and inspire you. They are a perfect fit for our programming and support our vision to create a culture of wellness at work.”
“As I worked different adjustments into my schedule, I dramatically reduced the number of hours I sit each day. Just this change alone helped me feel better physically, and more alert mentally.”
“When I first asked Shana to take me on as a client, I thought it would take a miracle to get me to be more active. I could never stick to running or other regular gym workouts. So I thought it was a hopeless cause. I was wrong. In my first meeting with Shana, she shared valuable information, tools, and techniques to propel me out of my sedentary lifestyle. She wasn’t just trying to carve time out from the rest of my day for a separate workout, she was showing me how many things I already do can be more active.”