Ashley is a health education specialist and fitness trainer who helps people integrate health & fitness into their lifestyle. Her training regime and nutrition tips will leave you feeling energized throughout the day. Ashley's commitment to health led her to start ASH Fitness and the DailyPowerFit Blog.
The ASH philosophy motivates people to be strong in mind and body by emphasizing health as a lifestyle. Goals are set and achieved by making choices that enhance your energy for life. Her approach also aims to inspire clients to advocate and share this powerful message with family and community.
Ashley customizes her services to meet your lifestyle needs! Services can be purchased a' la carte or as a program. Programs can be set on a three month, six month or twelve month basis and include health assessments, goal setting, training sessions, exercise programming and nutrition education. Please contact Ashley for a FREE consultation to identify your needs.
- Health risk assessment, body composition assessment and goal setting
- Customized workout plans for gym and travel use
- Home fitness training for individuals and families
- Online training programs
- Nutrition education for individuals, families and children
- Children and adolescent fun play & movement packages
- Bridal packages
- Mommy packages
Ashley completed her Masters of Public Health degree in Health Promotion, Education and Behavior at the University of South Carolina, Arnold J. Norman School of Public Health, and her Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Exercise Science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She is certified by the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) as a group fitness instructor and teaches classes at Denver's Cherry Creek Athletic Club. Ashley is also Johnny G. SPINNING and American Heart Association, CPR/AED certified.
Ashley has written and co-authored about 20 health related publications ranging from clinical exercise physiology and cardiovascular aging to public health and chronic disease policy, including healthy eating and active living; physical activity; prevention, wellness and health reform; cardiovascular disease; and Alzheimer's disease topics.