Fitness has been an interest of Katharines that has taken many forms over the years, but has been especially present once she hit her 30's.  After many years of practicing yoga, Katharine received her RYT200 cert in 2014. After the birth of her first daughter, she was determined to shed the baby weight and her interest shifted more to strength training and core work. After her second little love was born, she was determined more than ever to regain her core stability and strength. She received her CPT from the National Academy of Sports Medicine with the determination to help other women improve their strength, confidence, and well-being.  


Katharine's approach to fitness does not follow the latest social media trends or diet fad. Every program is designed to target each clients specific goals and tailored to their fitness levels. Being a mom of two wildly active girls, Katharine knows how important it is to carve out time for self care. Her goal is to have the most positive impact with her clients, which goes beyond helping people change their physique. It includes boosting their  overall mindset, confidence and lifestyle.


When she's not at the gym or designing programs, you'll most likely find her doing any of the following: running around with one kid on her hip and the other hand in hand, wiping away tears or snot, shuttling overdue books back to the library, watching Frederick's fire orange sunset with her husband, or perfecting her spicy, bomb ass salsa!                                                                                                                                   

Katharine Galvas



Ashley Greaves


Ashley Greaves, MS, CNS, LDN is a licensed and board-certified nutritionist who was inspired to pursue studying integrative nutrition when her mom was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012. She learned firsthand how healing nutrition could be for the body in both treating and preventing disease. Ashley is a huge proponent of the idea that there is not any ‘one size fits all’ diet or way of eating, and loves to help inspire and guide people to feel as good as possible as they can through the food they eat in a sustainable way. She has worked as a clinical nutrition lecturer over the past few years but has a true passion for working with and helping her clients in a caring, empathetic, and non-judgmental manner. Ashley enjoys the diversity that exists amongst her clients- people who are professional and amateur athletes, those who are struggling with a chronic disease, and those looking to simply improve their eating and health- some are fine-tuning, some are starting fresh- she welcomes working with all stages of each individual’s journey.


She aims to empower clients to feel their best, achieve their health goals and learn to independently manage their nutrition needs — no fad diets here!


Ashley’s nutrition philosophy is one that looks at the whole person- not only on dietary intakes and supplements, but lifestyle factors as well.


Outside of seeing clients, Ashley is a huge food nerd through and through, and can be found researching and attempting (and most importantly, eating) numerous new recipes at every chance she gets with her husband and partner-in-crime, Ryan, hanging out with her old quarter horse gelding, Laddie, or dressing up as a warrior princess for the local Renaissance Festival each fall.