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Wellness Programs

personal training

Personal Training

Our in-home fitness experts specialize in innovative, customizable exercises that focus on core and functional training. Reaching your personal fitness goal is our number one priority.

30/60 minute sessions

Post-physical fitness

After the physical therapy, we come in, and we maintain your fitness and push you into areas that need improvement to keep you healthier and maintain your stability and overall strength.

30/ 60 minute sessions


Senior and Post Physical Therapy Programs

Even with the injuries and health conditions that sometimes come with it, getting older shouldn’t mean trading in exercise for a recliner. Is getting to a gym a challenge? No problem! That’s why we come to you.

As we age, regular exercise becomes essential in keeping our bodies and minds healthy, allowing us to maintain our independence as long as possible. If you have physical therapy orders, an ongoing exercise plan is especially critical once that short-term treatment is over. 

The many benefits include:

Combating slowing metabolism; helping to maintain a healthy weight

Increasing strength and stamina

Preventing loss of bone mass

Improving balance and coordination; reducing the risk of falling

Helping to relieve symptoms of arthritis

Reducing anxiety and elevating mood

Improving sleep

Keeping the brain active; helping to prevent memory loss and even dementia

As Personal Trainers, our job at eightlimfit is to assess your health history and current fitness to develop a safe, effective, age-appropriate, and enjoyable fitness program to meet your goals. And all in your own home.

30/60 minute sessions


Life Coaching

Working privately with individuals helps them recognize the patterns and habits that create the challenges they are experiencing. Clients become self-aware and gain a real understanding of why they react, respond, and behave the way they do. By providing them with tools, coaching will help create a simple plan for putting a career, family, health, relationships, and essential aspects of your life into place and giving you a sense of peace and harmony.

Sometimes it takes someone outside of your circle of family and friends to keep you on task. As much as you tell a story about who you are, those around you do the same and often don’t know how to help you. If you have help from someone who hasn’t had a chance to hold you back or judge you, who isn’t going to be biased by your past behavior and is willing to encourage you to continue to reach beyond your expectations, you will see a transformation in your mindset and what you believe your potential and possibilities are.

A life coach isn’t necessarily going to be your cheerleader, but they will be there to encourage and push you while keeping you on the right track towards fulfilling your goals.

Mishell can provide Life Coaching practices in Grief, Health, Relationships, Career, and Spiritual.

We work nationally by using Face Time, Skype, Google Duo, Zoom and more.

60/90 minute sessions

Divorce Coaching

When divorce disrupts the relationships and routines that give our days stability and meaning, you may find yourself feeling overwhelmed, unmotivated, despondent and perhaps even angry.

Separation means the role of someone important in your life has changed, and you may feel that you no longer have the support and acknowledgment you once did. In the process, it’s easy to lose sight of your strengths, goals, and dreams. The energy you project outwardly changes in response, and your life can feel like it’s been turned upside down.

How Can a Divorce Coach Help?

The divorce coaching process is designed to help you access your instincts and strengths to restore optimism, purpose and momentum to your life. As your coach, I come to our sessions with an open mind and an ear attuned to the one person who knows how to best help you jumpstart your life once more: you. Together, we will work to refocus your emotions and energy, making positive decisions to get you what you want.

During your sessions, we will work on the following:

  • Create a vision for the future.
  • Design — then take — specific steps to turn your vision into your new reality.
  • Identify what thoughts and assumptions stand between you and that dream.

Along the road, your goals will become clear, and your focus shifts from what’s “missing” in your life to the pursuit of the Law of Attraction and realization of new possibilities. With each step forward, you will feel your confidence reviving, your sense of purpose rebuilding, your joy growing.  Not only is your life moving again, but it is heading in a direction that you have chosen with care and by mindful design.

How Does Coaching Differ from Therapy?

Classic therapy deals with healing pain and conflict within a person or relationship by focusing on resolving difficulties that arise from the past. The effects of different situations can affect you both positively and negatively for years, and life coaches can help you identify where you might be making self-destructive decisions as a result of your past.

Whereas life and divorce coaching does not involve the diagnosis and treatment of mental issues, it does entail working with a professional to help you reach your goals. Coaches take the current you as a starting point and help you take steps towards your future goals with action-based strategies. Together in partnership with your coach, you can progress towards the life you want to live.

How Can I Learn More?

Via phone and Skype, I offer coaching services across the U.S. and in Europe, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Central America. If you’d like to explore how we can work together to shift the focus in your life from endings to new beginnings, contact me at (Country Code) if needed       001- 480-861-5148 or Mishell@eightlimfit.com

Grief Coaching

Are you finding it hard to reconnect with the parts of your life that once made you happy? Do you feel a void you just can’t put your finger on? When you lose someone close to you, concerned friends and family tend to see you in only one role:  someone who is grieving.

The idea that you are no more than someone missing someone else can prohibit you from engaging in the kinds of interactions that might be healing and comforting, and it may convolute the relationships you ordinarily count on for comfort. The constant expressions of sympathy can distort or diminish your own internal cues—the ones you draw on during difficult times to restore balance, vision and joy to your life. The changes in social dynamics can have a part in making poor decisions that could change the course of your life.

How Can a Grief Coach Help?

As your grief coach, I help you to reconnect with your strengths and your energy while sharing coping strategies, activities, and other resources that give your life meaning. I make no assumptions about what you feel, think, or want—there is no judgement. Rather, I come to our sessions with an open mind and an ear deeply tuned into you. Together, we will explore your feelings, your strengths, your untapped capabilities, and the thoughts that may be slowing your  overall healing. As your life coach, I will also help you identify—then take — the steps that will restore energy to your life at your pace.

How Does Coaching Differ from Therapy?

Therapy—including therapy for grief—traditionally deals with healing pain and conflict within a person or relationship by focusing on resolving difficulties that arise from the past, the effects of which may still be affecting you today. Life coaching, on the other hand, does not deal with the diagnosis and treatment of mental issues. Instead, we put all our time and effort into working with you to reach your goals. The you as you are today is the starting point and the mutual ground on which we begin—but we look to the future, helping you get to where you want to be with action based strategies.

Teen Coaching

The teen years are a critical period during which one is shaped into a productive, confident adult. We often think challenges during adulthood are due to immaturity, but the truth is that often a lack of support and coaching for young people can build a shaky foundation for the circumstances they will have to navigate later on in life. Fortunately, a life coach for teens can help them identify their own skills and nurture capabilities that will support their goals. These are resources they can draw upon in their coming years.

How Can a Teen Coach Help?

Much goes into coaching for young people, including the teen’s sleep, movement, nutrition, and relationship habits as well as their resiliency, spirituality, and environment. Life coaches listen. We act as safe spaces where your teen feels they can be heard. We help them build on their goals, create actionable plans, and motivate them so they can see it through to completion. We don’t give advice; rather, we encourage them to find answers by themselves and gain independence. 

How Does Coaching Differ from Therapy?

Coaching, unlike therapy, does not deal with the diagnosis and treatment of mental conditions but rather on the guided identification and implementation of goals. Traditionally, therapy deals with healing pain and conflict that might have arisen as a result of past experiences. Where therapy works on healing the past, coaching for young people works in partnership, looking to the future and getting them where they want to be next.

How Can I Learn More?

Via phone and Skype, I offer coaching services across the U.S. and in Europe, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Central America. If you’d like to explore how we can work together to shift the focus in your life from endings to new beginnings, contact me at (Country Code) if needed 

001- 480-861-5148 or mishell@eightlimfit.com


Contemplative Care

It is rare to recognize the spiritual dimension of human suffering and the sincere desire of patients for wholeness and healing. This practice not only acknowledges these aspects of the patient experience, but families and other health care providers all benefit from this one-of-a-kind experience.”

Neuroscience research has demonstrated the effectiveness of meditation and mindfulness-based techniques in both patient healing and caregiver self-care. Mindfulness practices are increasingly being explored and used, particularly by palliative and end-of-life care teams.

Contemplative care from a Buddhist perspective is ideal for health care professionals who wish to incorporate meditative practice and those family members who are interested in becoming caregivers.

**Bookings by appointment for as long as needed