SATIN WELLNESS HISTORY
Since 1991, Satin Wellness has provided in-home, personal training wellness company from South Shore, Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod to Boston and Metro West. Fitness is our specialty and we have a unique approach – Strength to Live – that combines focus techniques to help clients achieve their wellness and personal training goals.
Satin Wellness was created for individuals who are seeking wellness, health and fitness on a personal, one-on-one basis where our wellness specialists focus entirely on the client. You control the environment.
Our Wellness Specialists treat each client as an individual and work with you to understand your goals, needs and motivations to create a fitness and wellness program designed just for you.
What sets us apart is that we bring all of the fitness equipment to your home or office at a time that is most convenient for you and most importantly allows you to create your own setting for maximum motivation. That’s right, we bring all of the equipment to you.
Our Philosophy is based in the belief that health and wellness requires a balanced approach.
We developed Strength to Live to assist our clients in finding a balance of family, life, job, stress and wellness. You may have simple or complex fitness or health goals but everyone’s individual goal is better served with a focused and balanced approach. That’s Strength to Live.
Whether your wellness goal is to walk better, stand straighter, develop healthier habits, reduce pain, increase the length of your golf shot or find a new you, Strength to Live will help you.
We deliver results to all residents of Boston Massachusetts, the South Shore and Cape Cod, Naples Florida, Bonita Springs Florida, Marco Island Florida, New Hamsphire, New Jersey and New York. Fitness is more than just your goal; it’s ours as well.
SATIN WELLNESS IN THE MEDIA
Ask Satin Wellness Bi-Monthly Article in the Print Edition
April 17th, 2012 My Lower back is aching
May 17th, 2012 Strength training and weight loss
June 7th, 2012 My shoulder is very sore
June 21st, 2012 Exercises can help with foot and ankle pain
July 15th, 2012 Getting Ready for the Police Academy
October 4th, 2012 Questions to ask a trainer
November 1st, 2012 What should you do as a beginning excerciser?