Mission Statement 

Purpose Fitness uses a total body approach to enhance your strengths, address your imbalances, and safely and effectively teach the elements to a healthier body and mind. Confidence is built, doubts are diminished, and strength is pursued. Challenges are accepted and no one is left behind.


-Build a community of athletes from all walks of life and all levels of performance.

-Build strength, confidence and sound mind in every athlete that is part of the mission.

-Cultivate instruction so that each athlete feels comfortable and eager to learn more.

-Engage athletes in expanding what they learn here to the outside.

-Incorporate programs for children with special needs.

-Address imbalances that can impede the training of each athlete so that they may move better in their daily lives.

-Remain a place of patience and encouragement to cultivate progress and change.

I’m Stefani, and I wanted to create a place where people could feel strong, confident and free to explore areas of fitness that might be new, different or challenging. I want to share my passion and knowledge to help others not only get healthier, but to also feel stronger mentally and physically. Functional training for beginners to more advanced individuals make training enjoyable and will improve the quality of your life from the inside, out.

My fitness journey began at age 4 where I studied ballet. From there, I learned tap, jazz and flamenco dancing. I competed at the national level for many years earning first place recognition with my dance team. I found yoga and weight lifting at 18 and my passion for health has only grown stronger. I am married with three beautiful children who are my world.

I currently hold a Master’s of Science in Exercise Science with a concentration in Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention. I also hold certifications with National Association of Sports Medicine,(NASM) as a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), the National Association of Speed and Explosion, (NASE) as a Certified Speed Specialist, (CSS) and a Certification in Personal Training from American Aerobic Association-International Sports Medicine Association (AAAI-ISMA).

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