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"I am happily devoted to my life's work in the pursuit of assisting others become their personal best. I do not claim to know it all , for I am welcome, eager, and excited to discover new knowledge and concepts. My background has led me to pursue a career in the health industry, I like to call myself sort of a "health crusader." It may sound silly to some, but when all is said and done...your health, whether it be of the mind, body, or spirit is all we have. My passion is to help others live their life to the the best shape they can possibly be...inside & out.


My theories on fitness are scientifically proven time and time again. The physical body is affected by our mental state. Physiological changes in the body can occur from a thought, sight, or even smell. Something this profound should not be overlooked. To correlate this concept, is key to the success in your physical being as well is overall life.


I hope that I can do my part as others have helped me improve the quality of my life and enjoy it to the fullest. I feel blessed and hope to be able to share what I have learned with you. As I learn and continue my personal journey, I hope we can live it up to the fullest together."


Samantha Monus


"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." - Henry Ford


Trainer - Barre & Kettlebell 

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Eileen began her fitness journey in high school, running cross country and a number of events in track and field. Upon entering college, Eileen fell in love with the gym, specifically weightlifting. After a year of heavy weight training, she began competing in powerlifting events and won a number of competitions in the squat and deadlift categories in the Virginia Beach area. Shortly after college, she switched her focus to bodybuilding competitions and remained a competitor even as an active duty Coast Guardsman. In 1994, she was honored with the title of U.S. Coast Guard Elite Athlete of the Year for her accomplishments in Bodybuilding Competitions. After leaving active duty in the U.S. Coast Guard, Eileen became a law enforcement officer in South Florida. 

Eileen Skiba


Wellness Consultant 

Velvet graduated from Florida State University with a B.S. in Exercise Science and Nutrition. She became an advanced personal trainer and student strength and conditioning coach for the FSU football and basketball teams. After moving to South Florida, Velvet graduated from nursing school as a Registered Nurse.  After working in Interventional Pain Management and Oncology for a few years, she worked at a holistic research institute that helped people restore harmony in their bodies and live healthier lifestyles.  After completing the Healing Touch Program, an accredited leader in energy medicine, she became a Healing Touch Practitioner. Over the years, her focus has been managing issues in weight, chronic illness, pain, cancer, anxiety, depression, prenatal women, hormonal imbalances, brain injuries, and many other conditions. "I strive to teach the true value of CONSCIOUS LIVING!"

Velvet Chong


Yoga & Soft Tissue Specialist

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Elizabeth Bond is a Yoga Tune Up® Teacher, Licensed Massage Therapist (MA72446) and Yoga Instructor at the 500 hour level based in Jupiter, Florida. Elizabeth found yoga as a teenager and fell in love with the mental and spiritual benefits of the practice. She decided to become a yoga instructor after a reconstructive wrist surgery left her with two plates and seventeen screws in her hand and forearm. Inspired by the body’s ability to heal itself and her own recovery, she dove headfirst into studying yoga, anatomy, and massage. Elizabeth is known for her creative classes that make yoga accessible to all bodies.  Her playful, compassionate attitude creates a space where students can explore their bodies and adapt the practice to meet their individual needs.  Elizabeth’s goal is to help everyone feel comfortable and confident in their body. 

Elizabeth Bond

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