An expert exercise professional serving Los Angeles since 1999
The Home of the E.D.I.T. Method™
The E.D.I.T. Method™ was founded on the premise that lifestyle and physical changes based on self-evaluation, education, guided planning, and proper instruction can help lead to optimal health and fitness.
Michele uses this holistic training method to start you on a program at the proper level and progress safely. Whether you are a beginning or returning exerciser, Michele will help you engage mentally and physically to reach your health, fitness, or sports performance goal.
If you are not biomechanically sound (muscles/joints communicating efficiently) your training efforts are wasting you time, energy, and money. Michele can help with that by using her system to analyze your movement patterns and produce a program with that personal and unique information. If you are having trouble even imagining getting started, Michele is trained in exercise psychology and has an outstanding system to help you dissect the barriers that are holding you back!!
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Michele has been serving clients since 1999 and is at the top of her field by no other means than hard work, study, and gaining the trust of the 100s of clients she has worked with.
She holds a masters degree in Kinesiology (Exercise Physiology concentration) from the University of Texas, is a published researcher in the area of strength and connective tissue, and is the director of anatomy and fascia (specialized connective tissue) education for NCEP (National College of Exercise Professionals). She is also an adjunct lecturer and coordinator of fascial research for the University of Texas-Permian Basin.
Her areas of continuing education are functional anatomy/corrective exercise, fascia (specialized connective tissue), and gait (walking) analysis. Michele also has a team of medical, academic, and research professionals to consult with to assist with program and professional development.
Michele has helped many people with, but not limited to, joint replacements, cardiopulmonary conditions, memory challenges, cancer, fat loss, strength training, as well as the elderly and junior athletes.
The area of fascial research is quickly becoming a main topic in addressing pain, mobility, and athletic conditioning.