Hi, I’m Jen Fiandt, a Movement Specialist who has helped hundreds of busy men and women get back to the activities they love, with less pain and better body awareness.



Over the years, I’ve discovered that I work best with two types of people who want to gain mastery of their bodies.


You are likely an Extroverted Active. Golf, squash, basketball, tennis keep you healthy, fit, and socially active. If you’re not showing off your skills on the golf course, you’re jogging, lifting weights, or playing football with the grandkids.

Even if you’ve scaled back, being active brings you a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction.


You may be more of an Introverted Active. You prefer to avoid loud gyms and high-pressured group classes, and would rather practice yoga, hike, or go for a solo jog.

To you, being active is about improving cognitive function, staying strong and healthy, getting the creative juices flowing, and connecting to your body and spirit.


As a former Radio City Rockette, I danced professionally for 11 years, and enjoyed performing in the spotlight. I loved the challenge of pushing my body to learn and move in sync with my fellow Rockettes. I was 100% an Extroverted Active.

But my decade-long competitive career had set the stage for an overtrained body and chronic pain.

Years of injuries and misalignments I had ignored, pushed through, or didn’t know how to correct had taken their toll—not to mention the adrenal fatigue and exhaustion that had set in.

When I retired from the Rockettes after 11 amazing years, it was time to heal.

And my journey began to understand my body so it could serve me in a new, empowered way.

I sought out the top experts who soon became my mentors— Pilates and yoga instructors, health coaches, physical therapists, orthopedic surgeons, naturopaths, chiropractors, somatic experts, anatomists, manual therapists, and acupuncturists, among others.

What I realized is that most health and athletic/competitive performance environments are equipped with gifted teachers, coaches, and trained specialists.  But…

When it comes to tending to the body at a fundamental level—getting down to the root causes of pain—there is no holistic approach that integrates the science and art of alignment, biomechanics, your body’s nervous and sensory systems, mindfulness, and lifestyle factors.

Because I was so passionate about filling this gap, I got to work healing my own body first.

Over the course of 7 years, I completed over 2000 hours of anatomy, conditioning and post-rehab therapeutic training.

I trained on-site at Duke University Integrative Medicine in Integrative Health Coaching, studying under leading experts in health behavior change in university and hospital settings. And I completed advanced certifications in both Pilates and Yoga.

It was this combination of modalities, knowledge, and tools that finally helped me understand my body and learn how to move it properly.

This is when I shifted, and being active took on a different meaning.  My clients are surprised when I tell them I’m quite an Introverted Active these days.

To me, there’s nothing more empowering than feeling like I have x-ray vision into my unique movement patterns.

And this is my goal for YOU.

“With a sharp eye and strong intuition, Jen educates me and provides custom solutions at an encouraging pace. She is a master of verbal analogies that fit how I think and function. She demonstrates gentle (but firm) coaching skills with a variety of tools and methods.”

Cathy McCafferty-Smith
M.A., LPC GCDFI, CMT, Physician Leadership & Development Coach

As we work together, we will uncover your fundamental movement patterns, so you can make new connections that will restore your movement fully.

That means YOU become the master of your own body.

If you want to pick up a new sport or hobby, you know where to focus to get the swing, jump, or range of motion to play and learn with ease.

And if you want to simply connect with your body and its rhythms, you will know how to tune in and work with it.

Each session is catered to you, your goals, your nature, and of course, your unique body.

“Jen is like a co-pilot or a navigator that holds you accountable and makes sure you are taking the correct steps to reach your ultimate wellness. This is the first time in a long time that I feel balanced and at peace without the aid of medication.”

Cori Callahan
Former Radio City Rockette, Choreographer, Sales Rep & Mom of 3


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