Life’s Monuments 2019

Approaching one of Life’s Monuments is exciting. Some meet the journey with anxiety, disdain, apprehension, and negativity.

Others choose an ambitious approach imbuing excitement, celebration, and inclusiveness; even to those who would rather not be along for the ride.

The latter say, “This is fun,” much to the dismay of everyone else on the journey.

When someone isn’t there or has passed away they just are not there. It is a shame for all of the fun filled travellers to find that in their careless festivities they failed to care for one of their helpful friends or family members.

The loss and void that is left by the death of someone they turned to for an occasional important need is unable to be filled.

A loss such as this will turn a fun ambitious traveller into an anxious journeyman.

As the new Year approaches be thankful for yourself, friends & family.

Core Strength & Values


Core Values keep us focused on wellness and innovation in everything we do.

  • LIVE WELL Support the Culture of Wellness
  • STRIVE FOR SELF-IMPROVEMENT Encourage Professional Development
  • EMBRACE TEAMWORK Foster Healthy Relationships
  • SUPPORT OPEN COMMUNICATION Be Honest and Forthright
  • ENCOURAGE INNOVATION Challenge the Status Quo
  • TREAT ALL WITH RESPECT Treat Others with Dignity

Get “Real” about your Health

Alcohol & Sedatives will ruin your workout plans. They will also ruin everyone else’s workout.

Alcohol & Sedatives not only ruin exercise plans they destroy the lives of friends, family and acquaintances.

You will always fail in fitness because of substance abuse and addictive behavior; if it isn’t your personal problem it is someone else’s.

Talk with your personal trainer about substance abuse and consider checking in to rehabilitation before embarking on personal training.

It isn’t fair to the well and healthy public to be confronted with addicts during health, wellness and Activities of Daily Living.

Independent Training

Check it out solo before you make a long term commitment. Ask to speak to the manager if you are serious about your workout goals.

Workout partners are great inspiration, but often two people with the same fitness goals have different schedules.