Transforming Yourself Through Fitness

The dragonfly is a symbol of change, transformation, and adaptability. Recent times have shown us that being able to adapt, transform and change is more important than ever before.

Laurie Kelly

“Never change things by fighting the existing reality…to change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” —Warren Buffett

What this means to me is that the traditional in-person model for fitness training just isn’t working anymore. Virtual/online training became essential during COVID-19, but has now emerged as a new and exciting way for me to offer my clients what they need, when they need it, without the limitations and expenses of the gym or studio. I offer a more comprehensive, and more cost effective, service than an in-person trainer.

Virtual training/coaching is the new model for fitness delivery, for many reasons – it’s ultra convenient (no driving, parking, dealing with bad weather), it’s private and safe, and you don’t need expensive equipment or a huge space to become stronger, leaner, and build energy and endurance.

Let’s have a chat about how YOU can take advantage of this new model. Or, check out my FAQ’s page for more information.

As your Fitness and Nutrition Coach, I’ll guide, educate, challenge and inspire you to transform into the best version of yourself. I understand that your success is the result of much more than just the mechanics of exercise – it’s also your mindset, your relationships, your unique life circumstances, and your adaptability to change.

Contact me today, and let’s have a conversation about what you want to become!

The first step to getting anywhere is deciding you’re not willing to stay where you are!

Laurie is an amazing personal trainer, and as a triathlete, she sets a personal example of fitness. Her constant encouragement helped me to reach my best potential. She challenged me to new heights, but made it so fun, that I didn’t realize I was working so hard. (more…)

Melody Nelson

Laurie is genuine and caring. She doesn’t push at extreme levels, yet has exercises that get results. She is very diligent with recording progress and moving things up at a steady, healthy pace.


Jennifer Stenbek