Growing up in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, I was an energetic, soccer obsessed kid. Even after my family and I moved to Canada at the age of nine, my soccer obsession did not stop. Playing with various teams in my childhood and teenage years really sparked a love for fitness. This led me to George Brown College, where I discovered another one of my passions – educating and helping others in their fitness journey. I graduated from the Fitness and Lifestyle Management Program (FLMP) in 2012.
Following this, my personal journey has taken me to many places – from commercial gyms to community centres, to private clubs, to being a Spanish radio-show host, to corporate speaking, and now to owning and operating my own business. In 2022, I graduated with an Honours BA in Kinesiology and Health Science with a Certificate in Athletic Therapy from York University. Through this program, I expanded my knowledge and skills, deepening my love for human anatomy and physiology, learning how to help athletes and other members of my community through injury rehabilitation, and empowering my patients through evidence-informed practices.