My name is Jenny and I am the owner of Mindful Mule, a boutique personal fitness gym where I focus on training my clients in the mindfulness of a connected body and spirit. I started my personal fitness journey over 8 years ago for many reasons, the most important of which was that I had to make the decision to get my body and mind in shape so I could keep up with my daughter and be the mother I knew I wanted to be. I lost 60 lbs. and got my ACE certification and ALLEGRA certification (Meditation) so I could introduce others to the satisfaction of having a body they are comfortable in and a mind that is in balance with that body. I look forward to introducing new clients to their own personalized fitness programs that balance bodily health with a peaceful mind.
Jenny Jones, Owner and Trainer/Wellness Coach
I've just hopped back on the strength-training wagon, Jenny has insured that I get a full-body workout, is positive and supportive the whole way, and varies the exercises so I don't get bored or into a rut. She's an awesome person, and a very motivational trainer- I highly recommend you try it out yourself! The results will be evident.Marcia Hensley
Sarah trains with a mix of fitness enthusiasm, body positivity, and a little bit of nerd! As someone who has experienced obesity, disordered eating, and body dysmorphia, Sarah has discovered a love of fitness by exploring all the amazing things bodies can accomplish. She’s passionate about pursuing a sound mind in a sound body, and loves yoga, nature walks, dead lifts, sprints, and is currently working on handstands. As a client, you can expect Sarah to be encouraging, mindful of your unique needs, and always to push you just a bit further than you expect. Sarah is a NASM-CPT and graduates August 2018 with a M.S. in Nutrition and Integrative Health.
Amy has a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science, Physical Education and is an ACE certified personal trainer. She has been involved in the fitness industry for 15 years and has experience in competing as well as training individuals and small groups. Amy has worked with athlete’s, seniors and has helped many people reach their weight loss goals. After struggling with an eating disorder in college, Amy developed a passion for teaching fitness in order to help others create a healthy relationship with weight and body image as well as to be a positive role model for her daughter.