Today, we go behind the podium with Nikki Naab-Levy – a coach, Pilates teacher, Massage Therapist, fitness educator, alumnus from Ohio University with a bachelors in exercise science, cheerleader, body nerd, podcaster, wife, and corgi mama.
Nikki has over ten years of experience in the fitness industry showing people who struggle with injury how to move better, so they can get fit with less pain and/or avoid injury in the first place. Her wisdom has been featured in the Seattle Times, Girls Gone Strong, and Men’s Fitness. She is a guest teacher of Bodhi Suspension Training courses through Balanced Body, as well as continuing education workshops on how to problem solve common tensional patterns and issues that we see with our clients in a post-rehab setting.
You can catch Nikki and her podcast partner, Janet Sunderland, on their show, The Moving Well Podcast: Fitness advice for efficient, effective, and pain-free exercise.
- What it means to move well
- How to be more comfortable with the grey areas
- Why being less dogmatic will help you be a better coach
- Why learning to be quiet may be your best coaching cue yet
- How to determine if a client is right for remote coaching
- How to create and promote a passive income product
- and more!
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