Who We Recommend

Chelsea Woolen, LMT

Chelsea has worked alongside Personal Trainers, Chiropractors, and Physical Therapists, where she has treated situations of acute trauma and chronic pain.

She has experience in Swedish and Deep Tissue massage, Prenatal and Sports massage, as well as Trigger Point Therapy.

​She loves learning new massage techniques, and keeps current on the latest research and trends in the industry. She strives to cultivate a relationship where working together can restore body balance.

In her free time Chelsea enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and running. She has completed several half & full marathons since 2004, and finished her first Ultra Marathon in June 2018. She looks forward to continuing to challenge herself with more races in the future.

sTU kERSHNER, mpt, ocs

My focus is to deliver personalized care that will get people back to being active, fit, and healthy. After injuring my elbow playing baseball at age 13, I went on to rehab and returned to my favorite sport. This sparked my interest in helping people recover from injury and return to the activities they love.

I also have a wonderful wife and two amazing boys. I am a runner and triathlete who has completed the Boston Marathon and Ironman Lake Placid. I love to spend free time outside being active including skiing, hiking, biking and running. I also have fun in the garage fixing whatever is broken or even building something from scratch.

My passion for problem solving is what makes me work so hard to help people get better so they can return to being active, fit, and healthy.


While being a personal trainer Joshua has worked with a variety of clients and athletes including high school basketball players, Lacrosse players, Skiers, Marathoners, U.S. Adventure racers and Minor League baseball players.

​Joshua is a Corrective Exercise Specialist focusing on increasing sports performance through various training methods. His skills are not limited to athletes, however, and believes everyone is an athlete in their own way.

When Joshua is not at the studio training clients he is hanging out with his family at the lake or playing in the backyard with his very active children. Joshua also tries to enjoy the occasional bike ride, with or without the kids in tow.

Aubree Wenning

I have an enormous passion for helping people reach fitness and health goals and developing habits of a healthy lifestyle.

I want to push you and motivate you to stay healthy and feel great about yourself! I use a combination of calisthenics, strength training and cardiovascular training as well as functional exercises to help your body move in the way it is supposed to and to reach it's potential.

In 2017 I became certified in Low Pressure Fitness, a hypopressive breathing and postural practice that decreases intra-abdominal pressure and yields fantastic results for your deepest core musculature.

Mark Foley

Mark Foley is almost a Colorado native, health enthusiast, and self-professed geek.

Mark was bit by the fitness bug early on through a fascination with iconic fitness guru Arnold Schwarzenegger. He has grown in his ideas of fitness since then, and now looks to Ben Greenfield, Josh Bridges, and Batman for the best training methods around.

A lifelong wellness journey has lead to a passion for acrobatics, Frisbee golf, hiking, and nutrition. Mark believes in a functional training style for any fitness goal and eating that is right for your individual body type. When he isn’t training or researching fitness, Mark can be found reading, snowboarding, cooking, at a comic book convention or just enjoying everything Colorado has to offer.

Laurie Kelly

My first personal transformation came about when I completed my first triathlon at the age of 42. Since then, I've competed in over 40 triathlons and duathlons, and countless 5k and 10k running events. After 35 years of running the corporate rat race, I transformed myself once again, and became a fitness professional in order to share my passion and help others become the best version of themselves.

Contribution is especially important to me, and I love sharing my health and fitness expertise to give back to my community. In September 2018, I was appointed by then-governor John Hickenlooper to the Colorado Governor's Council for Active and Healthy Lifestyles. I also serve as Triathlon Coach for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training organization, where participants train for a specific event while raising money to help fight blood cancers.

Julie Berry

Originally from Mendoza, Argentina and with an extensive background and passion in health & wellness, Julieta Berry has been teaching fitness classes for over nine years. She obtained her yoga instructor certification at the esteemed Chopra Center for wellbeing in Carlsbad, California, placing additional focus in Meditation & Ayurveda. In 2011, she secured another certification in pre and post-natal care Iyengar style yoga. She can teach 5 Zumba fitness modalities and also earned a certification as a Les Mills BodyPump instructor, NASM Fitness Nutrition Specialist and NASM Certified Personal Trainer. She has worked with individuals, as well as small/large groups, in all different dynamic environments ranging from studio classes, corporate environments and wellness retreats. In her free time, she enjoys time with her son and friends, skiing and social dancing. She’s also a member of a Bellydance performing team and active in the Latin dancing community.


Coach Ben Norwood began his journey in health and fitness as a fitness practitioner over 10 years ago. Ben found his passion for fitness in college. Having played sports up through the collegiate level, it was always something foundational in his lifestyle.

Ben started his fitness career at 24 hour fitness as a Master trainer and quickly excelled to be a subject matter expert of sports performance and corrective exercise. Ben’s motivation to excel landed him an opportunity at the Steadman Hawkins DTC clinic in Greenwood Village. It was there where Ben truly expanded his knowledge under the mentorship of Loren Landow and the Steadman Hawkins team. After three years with Steadman Hawkins, Ben transitioned to Landow Performance facility and continued to excel in coaching a multitude of facets including strength and conditioning, speed and agility, and back to sport/post injury strength development. Ben has coached athletes from the elite high school level, to over 50 professional athletes in the NFL.