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A local lady started a new online talk show that connects the community with helpful wellness information and practitioners in an interactive yet convenient way.

Healthwell Enterprises is hosting online wellness talk shows to give audiences the chance to learn about a topic from their home, or anywhere on the go.

Getting healthier just got a little easier thanks to a local lady who’s launching a wellness talk show that you can watch, and interact with, from the comfort of your home.

“Healthwell Online Wellness Talk Show is a question and answer format presentation online (or on phone) with a wellness practitioner,” says Brenda Raymond-Ball, Owner and Business Director of Healthwell Enterprises. “This gives the audience an opportunity to learn about a topic from their home or car and engage with the practitioner to ask questions.”

The first talk show is happening on Wednesday, July 11, from 8-8:30am Eastern Time. “With busy summer schedules, we thought this would give people a chance to participate without needing to block or schedule time to get some place,” Raymond-Ball says.

The inspiration behind starting the free online talk show came from the events that Healthwell Enterprises has hosted in the past. “It’s really an extension of the wellness events that we host throughout the year,” she says. ”The goal overall is to connect consumers and wellness practitioners and the events give us the opportunity to educate and provide interaction between consumers and practitioners in bite-size pieces.”

The talk show has monthly topics and the July topic is, “How To Refresh Healthy Mind and Body Rhythms During The Summer.” 

“Sue McLaughlin of Inner Source Living will take us back to our roots when we more naturally spent time outside during the warmer months and inside during the winter,” Raymond-Ball says. “She will teach us tips to stimulate different parts of the brain, helping us enjoy our summer even more and prepare to start our fall routines. The online show mainly attracts a demographic of women 40 and over, but the topic is relevant to parents, and would appeal to the younger crowd as well.”

There is a unique aspect to what the talk show does, compared to other broadcasts. “I think the combination of a Q&A format with a host focused on wellness education without pushing sales is not typical and gives participants a risk-free way to engage in learning,” she says. 

Raymond-Ball hopes that the broadcasts enrich the community with education that lead to healthier lifestyles. “Educating even one consumer is a win; although the more participation, the better,” she says. “If we engage more consumers in exploration of wellness options through our talk show, we’re happy.”

Raymond-Ball feels that the online talk show concept is important for the community because it breaks down information without viewers getting overwhelmed. “Consumers interested in wellness often get overwhelmed with all of the information out there,” she says. “Our talk show breaks down a topic into basic questions and easy to digest pieces, helping people figure out where they might fit it.” 

Click here to receive call in information. To learn more about Healthwell Enterprises, “like” them on Facebook. 

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See how women all over Greater Cincinnati are coming together to break a world record while inspiring healthy lifestyles through fitness and fun.

Pure Barre is offering Barre on the Bridge on June 30.

With nearly 1,000 participants attending Barre on the Bridge last year, the team at Pure Barre is partnering with Dress for Success Cincinnati to out-do themselves this year and host a record-breaking day of fitness and fun June 30 on the Purple People Bridge.

For this event, Pure Barre is offering attendees a free Pure Barre class on the bridge alongside local celebrities, Tanya O’Rourke and Ally Kraemer from WCPO – 9 On Your Side and Garret Celek, the San Francisco 49ers Tight End. 

“Barre on the Bridge is the community’s chance to try [barre] out for free while being a part of this incredible world record attempt,” says Candice Terrell, marketing consultant for all five Greater Cincinnati Pure Barre studios. “The Oakley, Kenwood, Mason, Fort Weight and Westside Pure Barre studio owners developed the Barre on the Bridge concept to increase awareness that fitness can be energizing and fun.”

Kendra Northgard, co-owner of Pure Barre Cincinnati Oakley, says barre classes offer a unique fitness experience, as barre focuses on isometric movements, which build and strengthen muscles without impact.

To host an event of this size, Terrell says “[We] chose to partner with Dress for Success Cincinnati because the alignment in their missions to empower and support women, providing tools to help them thrive in their lives.”

Leading up to the event, women’s shoes and accessories will be collected for Dress for Success Cincinnati at the Greater Cincinnati Pure Barre Studios as well as on the Purple People Bridge at the event on June 30. Cash donations will also be accepted at that time.

In addition to three free barre classes offered the morning of the event and the charitable opportunities, food, drink and beauty vendors will also be set up along the bridge.  These vendors include but are not limited to: The Weekly Juicery, Whirlybird Granola, and Paragon Salons, according to Terrell.

Other than Barre on the Bridge, Pure Barre hosts free pop-up classes periodically throughout the year across the city, in addition to daily classes in any one of the Pure Barre studios located around Greater Cincinnati.

When asked if there is anything new on the horizon for Pure Barre, Terrell says new classes are constantly added to the menu at Pure Barre studios. She says there’s a lot of excitement building for their new cardio/weight Pure Barre class format coming into studios soon.

To learn more or sign up for the event, visit the Facebook event here. To register for Barre on the Bridge, visit their Eventbrite page, here. To find a Pure Barre studio near you, visit their website.

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Learn about a local yoga studio with kid-focused classes that help them build confidence, self-esteem, concentration and a sense of calm. 

Modo Yoga Studio is offering Kids Yoga for little ones.

Modo Yoga Studio is teaching a new generation how to live a healthier lifestyle. 

“Kids Yoga is a physical experience that connects children to their breath and body. Kids Yoga helps to develop a child’s confidence and self-esteem while enhancing their concentration and sense of calm. Physically, yoga enhances flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness,” says Ellen Bradley, Studio Owner of Modo Yoga. “Kids Yoga provides a bridge for children to connect more deeply with their inner self and develop an intimate relationship with the world around them when they feel anchored to their own soul. Yoga truly brings the marvelous inner light that we all have to the surface!”

With locations in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, Modo Yoga has been around for 10 years. They have more than 50 teachers, a team of five managers, and seven customer service representatives. 

The inspiration behind starting Kids Yoga was because of her three daughters. “I want my three girls to share in the gift of yoga, just as I have been able to,” Bradley says. “I felt inspired as well to give our community an opportunity to not just touch the lives of parents and adults through yoga, but children of all ages!”

There are a variety of different Kids Yoga classes from when a mom is pregnant to teenage years. Bradley says they offer Prenatal Yoga, Mommy and Me (two months-crawling), Toddler Times (ages one to three), Yoga Play (four to seven), Tween Yoga (ages 9-12), and Teen Yoga (12-16).

There are seven pillars that shape Kids Yoga and Modo Yoga, according to Bradley, and they are: Live green, Reach out, Be peace, Be accessible, Live to Learn, Be Healthy, and Be Community.

“We create a children’s yoga theme each month at Modo that is thread throughout all the classes. These themes are based on the pillars,” she says. “Our intentions, guided meditations, stories, poses and activities are inspired from the theme that month.”

Modo Yoga is unique because it is accessible to everyone. “We offer classes that are mindfully guided to create physical strength, cleanse the body, and ultimately clear the mind so one can feel renewed in mind, body and spirit,” Bradley says. “People ultimately leave feeling more alive and grateful for life. The positive energy is palpable in our studios and it truly begins with our amazing team of compassionate and passionate teachers!”

Bradley defines success by knowing that people’s lives are being impacted. “Success is simply knowing that you have touched one heart, one breath at a time. In changing one heart, we can change the hearts of many,” she says. “Success for me is using my gifts and light to make the world brighter and a better place.” 

To learn more about Modo Yoga, visit or

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Read on to learn about a community event in the Fairfield area that is about community and promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Village Green Farmers Market in Fairfield is entering its third summer season.

Village Green Farmers Market in Fairfield, Ohio is bringing food, and a sense of community, to the area. 

“Our market was created to provide a place for our residents to acquire fresh, local foods and goods made close to home, as well as to put them in touch with local farmers and artisans,” says Kari Russo, Farmers Market Manager. “Of course, we also did this to create a space for friends and neighbors to gather, have fun and learn about fresh foods and wellness.” 

The farmers market is about to enter its third summer season, from May 30-October 17, every Wednesday from 4-7pm. The market is located inside Village Green Park  at: 301 Wessel Drive, Fairfield, Ohio, between the Fairfield Community Arts Center and the Fairfield Lane Library.

The inspiration for starting Village Green Farmers Market came from seeing an opportunity to provide for the community of Fairfield. “We are a “Make It, Bake It, Grow It” market model-there are no resellers at our market,” Russo says. “This really gives these local food producers and artisans a place to shine, and our residents a place to gather and make connections.”

At the farmers market for opening day, there are going to be 18 booths, including four farmers and fiver artisans. These vendors sell everything from soups to homemade dog items. “You’ll have to come check them out to see them all,” she says. Also, they are focusing on partnering with the community, such as Butler County Metro Parks, Fairfield Lane Library, and other organizations to provide educational opportunities.

Village Green Farmers Market is going to be unique because there’s going to be fitness classes available, including Tai Chi. 

Also, they are partnering with Butler Tech’s Culinary Institute “to showcase how residents can use the produce available at the market- they’ll be using market produce to create a unique recipe, with samples,” Russo says. “That is very unique. It’s important that we help our residents build relationships with our market vendors and I see this as a great way to help someone try something they may not have before.” 

There will also be wine samples, bottles to enjoy at home, and tips for dinner. There are a bunch or artisans and vendors to check out on May 30.

The market will provide a great place of community and diversity. “The Fairfield Village Green Farmers Market gives a place for you to meet up with neighbors and friends, or meet new ones, for families to spend time unplugged together, and to celebrate and connect with the local farmers who are here to provide fresh foods-some even harvested, baked or created that day,” she says. “It’s a great way to augment your weekly menu, by adding a few locally grown, healthy items. Farmers markets, in general, are great for the local economy, to help those regional food providers and artisans to keep doing what they’re doing, and I’m excited that we offer the opportunity for the residents to make all those connections-neighbors, friends, family, farmers and artisans.”

The success of the market will be defined by the residents, Russo says. “My vision of success is two-fold: The feedback from our residents will be visible when the “green” is full of people enjoying the fitness classes, talking and working with farmers and artisans, and commenting that it was a valuable experience for them and their families that they don’t want to miss week after week. The second is the success of our partnering vendors-where they have good sales as a result of our efforts, that is success.”

To keep up with what’s going on with the Village Green Farmers Market, follow them on Facebook and their website.

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Learn about a new boot camp where the workouts are tough, but with things like on-site childcare and complimentary nutrition guidance, it’s easy to get in the best shape of your life.


Burn Boot Camp is a woman-focused boot camp-style gym.

Burn Boot Camp. Doesn’t sound like a walk in the park, does it? Teryl Greist, Owner and Operator of the Hyde Park-based Burn Boot Camp, says that while their workouts are intense, they try to make everything else easy. 

“Burn Boot Camp is a woman-focused boot camp-style gym. Our mission is to empower women and change their life,” Greist explains. “We offer complimentary child care; we know that can be an obstacle for moms to get to the gym. We also offer complimentary nutrition guidance with our Certified Personal Trainers.” 

The “burn” part of the business comes from a desire of her and her partner. “‘Burn,’ to me means the burning desire that my partner, Tom and I, and all our staff have to change people’s lives,” she says.

The idea behind Burn Boot Camp actually sparked in a parking lot. “[It] started in a parking lot in Huntersville, North Carolina, about five years ago by our fearless leader and CEO Devan Kline and his wife, Morgan Kline,” Greist explains. 

Greist was inspired to start Burn Boot Camp in Cincinnati from a passion for changing the lives of women. “I know for Devan, it was a passion to change the lives of his clients,” she says. “For me, I wanted to open a franchise because ‘Burn’ changed my life, and I wanted to change the lives of other women like me.” 

At Burn Boot Camp, there are many different people who want to change their lives for the better, Greist says. ”At Burn Boot Camp, you will see all types of women, and men, all ages, all athletic abilities. You will see our Head Trainer, Mary, giving one on one attention to our clients,” she adds. “You will see women encouraging each other. You will see a TON of high fives!” The client base of Burn Boot Camp mostly consists of women, but there are two camps offered in the evening that men can attend.

The boot camp is different from other boot camps. “Burn is different because it really does become an addiction. The environment is so different from any other gym you enter,” she says. “There’s a positive atmosphere, and lack of judgment from our members. It’s the best 45 minutes you can ever give yourself in a day.” Burn Boot Camp defines success by “seeing clients change their life, whether it be mental or physical,” she adds. 

The business is a great addition to the community and brings people together, Greist says. “Burn Boot Camp is important to the Cincinnati community, not only for our hope to change the lives of its residents, but also in our philanthropic presence as well,” she adds.

Burn Boot Camp is located at 4325 Red Bank Road, Suite A, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227. To learn more, visit or follow along on Facebook and Instagram.

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Read on to learn about a Cincinnati-based salsa manufacturer that’s all about flavor and all-natural ingredients.

While Cincinnati is known for its chili and pork products, there’s a new food making its mark in the Queen City thanks to a new local business. 

“La Verde Fresh offers an alternative taste to the salsa market. Our company has been established to offer a high quality fresh made salsa with all-natural ingredients. The salsa offers a new, authentic flavor twist to the current salsa market,” Karla Boldery, Founder of La Verde Fresh, says. “It is our promise that our products will be manufactured without preservatives and with the most fresh and high quality ingredients.”

Starting in the August of 2016, La Verde Fresh has been working through market and consumer research, packaging and production. We are currently manufacturing at the Findlay Kitchen, 1719 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202,” Boldery says. “We are looking for healthy conscious locations that would like to carry our product.”

La Verde Fresh is a family owned business. “It is me and my three children: Carlos, Issac, and Kael, and we also get support of amazing friends to support us while we are trying to put our brand and products to the market. Thank you to Cecilia Magill and Rachel Jones for being part of this process!”

The inspiration for the business came from a desire to start her own business, and she thought it should be related to food. “I believe it is a way to connect back to my roots and my culture and to find items that I cannot easily find here,” she says. Boldery wasn’t interested in owning a restaurant because of past experience with supporting Hispanic owned businesses, so she decided to manufacture salsa. “The idea has been for years in the back of my mind, but I always waited for the right combination of factors to be aligned. It wasn’t until I facilitated the Latina Entrepreneur Academy Cincinnati in 2017 that realized that the perfect alignment will never come and that if I really wanted to go for it, now was the time to do it,” she says. “I would say the infectious energy that surrounded me with the amazing group was what made me take the decision to finally start.”

La Verde Fresh is unique because of the quality and authentic flavor of their salsa. “Our salsa has no preservatives so you know that you are eating fresh from the first bite and we are your only green fresh salsa in the market,” Boldery says. Also, she wants the salsa to bring people together. “It looks like a table gathering with great conversations and memorable times around the a great meal while enjoying La Verde Fresh. The business defines ‘fresh’ by always using natural ingredients. “Tomatillos, Coriander, Onion, Garlic are bought fresh, unpackaged, never frozen,” she says. 

Boldery loves the uncertainty of the job. “I love the thrill to plan, change and repeat dynamic of small businesses,” she says. “I love to analyze problems and find solutions to tackle these problems. 

If you want to keep up with what La Verde Fresh is doing, you can follow them on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and sign up on their website to be notified on where to find salsa!

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See how a personal battle to get healthy inspired a new business in Blue Ash area that specializes in gluten free and dairy free juices and smoothies


The Green Farm Juicery is a raw cold-pressed juice and smoothie bar located in Blue Ash.

There’s a new Blue Ash-based business serving up juices and smoothies that aren’t just yummy, but also dairy free, gluten free — and the owners say — the key to better health. 

“The Green Farm Juicery is a raw cold-pressed juice and smoothie bar located in Blue Ash, Ohio. We are firm believers that food is medicine and as such, we only use organic, non-processed ingredients,” says Amanda Bottleson and Mara Boord, owners of Green Farm Juicery.

They press their juices and almond milk in their own homes. “Our juices are raw, and up to four pounds of our produce goes into one of our juices,” Bottleson and Boord says. “Our house-made almond milk is creamy and delicious, and we use it in our smoothies and smoothie bowls, which makes them so yummy!”

The juice bar, which opened in November 2017 during the week before Thanksgiving, currently employs about 30 people. The inspiration behind starting the business came from a friendship that started over eight years ago. Bottleson and Boord have gone through pregnancies, loss of both of their mothers, Mara’s best friend, Amanda’s dad, Mara’s sister, and Amanda’s sister. 

“We navigated those losses by holding each other up and sharing a passion for yoga, faith and a journey into wellness by studying food and nutrition. Mara was diagnosed with several autoimmune diseases, the most prominent Celiac. Eventually we found ourselves talking about recipes, inflammation, fasting, preventing disease and raising healthful children all the time,” they said. “We starting juicing and became frustrated with the long process it entails! We read up and studied juicing combinations and each benefit for the body and realized our little juicers could not keep up making enough for our daily habits.”

Juicing is a great way to provide people with nutrients. “We think of it as a daily vitamin –pure liquid nourishment that rebuilds cells from the inside out, boosts the immune system and simply will make you feel amazing,” Bottleson and Boord says.

Juicing allows us to get the vitamins and minerals we need without needing to eat a lot of produce. “Heating or pasteurizing juice destroys nutrients and healthful enzymes. Since all of our products are raw (and never pasteurized), we can provide our customers with a more nutritious and delicious juice than what they could buy at a grocery store,” Bottleson and Boord say. This preserves all the great things our bodies need to boost immunity, improve energy, and to be less susceptible to disease. 

Green Farm Juicery sells a variety of cold-pressed juices and smoothies that are nutritious and delicious and green. “We believe it is so important to eat green, live green and drink green! What’s good for the earth is good for your body,” they say. “From the organic produce, nuts, seeds and super foods we use in our juices and smoothies to our compostable packaging and even our waste (we compost and recycle), doing what’s right for the world around us is always a priority. Hence the name The Green Farm Juicery!”

Green farm Juicery is so unique because of the high level of quality of their products. “We have developed a number of unique recipes and flavors that you won’t find anywhere else.” Their favorite part of working at the business is the amount of people who are interested in learning about juicing and people discovering the benefits of juicing, “We already have many regular customers and we truly love getting to know them and we feel so lucky to be in an environment every day talking about juicing and health and raising healthy kids,” Bottleson and Boord says.

The Green Farm Juicery is located at: 9514 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash, Ohio 45242. To learn more, follow along on their websiteFacebook, and Instagram.

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Learn about a new business that performs in-home pregnancy ultrasounds for baby showers, gender reveal parties, and more.


A new local business is now the only mobile ultrasound service in this region. 

“Reveal Ultra is a mobile pregnancy ultrasound service. We perform pregnancy ultrasounds for baby showers, reveal parties, or simply to allow the expecting couple or mother to introduce their baby to family and friends,” Marilyn Wilson, Marketing and Social Media Director of Reveal Ultra, says. “We have 2D and 3D/4D technology. 3D/4D images allow for visualization of facial features.”

Reveal Ultra launched locally in February 2018, but since they are a mobile service, they do not have a storefront location. “We go to the customer to provide the ultimate pregnancy ultrasound experience,” she says. This is all possible with the help of three registered ultrasound technicians who have nearly 50 years of combined experience.

The inspiration behind starting Reveal Ultra came from understanding that pregnancy is a major life moment. “We wanted to provide a unique way to include loved ones in this celebration of life by providing live visual imagery of the baby via ultrasound in the comfort of the home or party facility,” Wilson says. “We wanted to help mothers and fathers ‘reveal’ their baby, the ‘Ultra Way.’” 

Wilson explains that the “Ultra Way” is more about making the celebration of life even more memorable. “It is not just about revealing the gender, although that is a part of what we do. It is a celebration of bringing new life into the world,” she adds. “The mission of Reveal Ultra is to provide a quality mobile sonography service by creating the ultimate visual imagery experience for expecting mothers or fathers.”

Wilson says Reveal Ultra is a unique business concept in the Cincinnati area. “It is unique because we bring the ultimate ultrasound experience to you. There is no other mobile ultrasound service in this region,” she explains. “There is no limit on the number of people with whom the expecting parent can share this experience.”

Wilson says it’s important to have the option for these unique services. “It provides another dimension to the pregnancy experience. It is a unique business, unlike any other in this region,” she adds. “To have this unique service available in Cincinnati is creating a significant interest in the experience we provide.” 

To learn more about Reveal Ultra, follow them through FacebookTwitterInstagram, and their website or contact them via email.

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Learn about a fitness facility in Westwood that offers personally guided workouts based on your unique abilities.


Training Personally encourages those in all stages of their fitness journey to keep going.

A local fitness facility invites everyone to keep trekking on their fitness journey, regardless of age or fitness level. “Training Personally is a gym in Westwood that welcomes everyone who has a desire to be the healthy person they were created to be,” Peggy Edwards, Personal Trainer and Owner of Training Personally, says. “It is a gym where clients are encouraged and celebrated for every success, no matter how big or small. It is a gym where you are personally guided through a workout based on your abilities.”

Edwards hasn’t always been into fitness. She started working out regularly in her late 30s. At the time she started working out, she had four children and her body was changing. 

This encouraged her to join a YMCA and started to attend resistance classes twice a week. “I was getting healthier and it was fun because I started to get to know the regulars in the class and I felt I was part of a family,” Edwards says. “If I didn’t show up for a class, everyone wanted to know why. It was great for accountability.”

She began teaching classes at the YMCA in 2002, and received her personal training certificate from the American Council on Exercise in 2008 and started training her family and friends. 

“Then, in 2012, I got a very strong feeling that I should open a gym so I could help more people in my community be the healthy humans God created them to be,” Edwards says. “The idea seemed crazy. I had a full-time job as a church administrative assistant and I still taught classes at the YMCA. I knew I would not be able to quit my day job, so where was the time? I prayed for direction, and the idea kept feeling like a ‘calling.’ Finally in January 2016, the gym opened with my husband’s support. It took him a while to warm up to the idea. I retired from my day job in October 2017.”

Training Personally became a LLC in October of 2015, and her gym opened on January 4, 2016. There are a variety of services offered at Training Personally, and they are: open times for circuit training, personal training, and you can get a fitness assessment done. 

Training Personally defines success by the achievements of Edwards’ clients who have never exercised before. One example she shares: “Her first success story was about how she could kneel down to tie her shoe and get back up without help,” Edwards says. “She has had many other little successes that have added up to stronger muscles, bones, better balance and a trimmer shape.”

Edwards offers another success story of a man who had a total knee replacement surgery: “I had a client who has had a total knee replacement. His leg is moving in ways he never thought possible,” she says. “I also have a young lady who has lost 70lbs. Every time someone tells me they can now move in a way they haven’t been able to is a success. We want to be able to move so we can do the things God created us to do.”

The gym is so important for the Cincinnati community. “I have clients coming from all over, but my heart is for the West Side,” Edwards says, adding that her business brings people of all shapes, sizes, and color together with two like-minded goals:

1. They want to exercise consistently in a challenging, friendly, fun and safe environment where they feel welcome and not judged.
2. They want to support local business.

Training Personally is located at 3634 Boudinot Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211. To learn more, follow them on Facebook.

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See how one local fitness studio lights a fire for their clients to get transformations from the inside out.

A local fitness studio works to light a fire inside of you to get red-hot results.

“Trufyr is both a concept and concrete strategy for finding that inner fire that is always simmering inside of us, and bringing to life the transformation of life, through mood, energy and mindset that you have through lifestyle design,” says Tracey Palmer, Owner and Founder of Trufyr Fitness.

Tracey Palmer, Founder and Owner of Trufyr Fitness

The business opened in January 2016 and is located at 5604 Wooster Pike, Fairfax, Ohio 45227. Palmer prudes herself on running Trufyr Fitness on her own. The inspiration behind starting the business came from her own fitness journey and transformation. “Learning from mistakes and having the knowledge through my nursing background about how the body truly works, whether against us or for us,” she says. 

The name Trufyr for her business is personal for her. “My philosophy is about finding your true, authentic, real. Tru – is just for that, this is about you and I work with my clients to dig and find that true, because that is the basis of transformation,” Palmer says. “Fyr – is about my heritage and family background.”

There are a variety of different services offered at Trufyr Fitness. They include: one on one coaching, group training sessions, assisted stretching, nutritional education along with innovative ideas, including lifestyle design. 
Trufyr Fitness is unique because the business inspires people to transform their lives and be healthy. “It’s not about the biggest bicep or most repetitions, it’s about personal luxury and all that it entails. Bringing you up to your best,” Palmer says. “It’s about lifestyle and wonder and seeing more than just pounds, but embracing your own power.”

Trufyr Fitness wants to create a new mentality for the community. “A new mindset for the community, one that is remarkably innovative that permits us to develop our own unique “flow” or structure,” she says. “One that is guiding you always upwards.”

Palmer loves to see the success for her clients. “Success is seeing that fire lit up in my clients,” she says. “Watching them transform not only in a physical sense, but also in perception and mood and watching their energy soar.”

Palmer says she’s passionate about the work she does at the studio. “I love what I do! I am privileged to do what I am passionate about and very honored to work with my community,” she adds. 

Trufyr Fitness is located at 9891 Montgomery Road, Suite 114 Cincinnati, OH 45242. To learn more visit their WebsiteFacebook, and Instagram.