Boot camp, personal & corporate trainer
Born in Colorado, Rachel was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome, a disorder in which the body's immune system attacks the peripheral nervous system. This was the beginning of her journey toward learning – and teaching others – how to live healthier, more active lives.
She is a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certified trainer, and has served as a Research Associate in Cancer Rehabilitation. She was also awarded a Research Excellence Award for her work on the effects of cognitive and aerobic training of Chemotherapy treated individuals.
Her professional focus includes functional and lifestyle training, training for health, and specialized treatments to combat health disorders.
A highly supportive and positive trainer, Rachel encourages her clients’ development and continual growth, and believes that with consistency, anyone can achieve their goals.
She enjoys training for Koi because the teams create comfortable, engaging and fun environments – safe communities where clients and trainers alike can fit in – no matter where you are in life, or your fitness journey.
Her first love is running, but she also loves high intensity interval training, and getting down and breaking a sweat dancing Salsa or the Bachata. She has also completed a number of races, including half marathon trail runs.
Rachel earned a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Science and minors in both Biology and Chemistry from the University of Northern Colorado.