My interest in the field of personal achievement has been a gradual growth spanning almost my entire life up to this point. Growing up playing competitive soccer, I have always been interested in
fitness and physical activities. As I got older I realized the importance and impact that proper nutrition could have on performance. After stepping away from soccer I had to find another passion that I wanted to pursue. Fitness, being a strength coach, and personal training seemed to be a logical progression.
Once I entered fitness industry my range of interests quickly expanded. I realized that exercise and nutrition were not sufficient to help create lasting wellness and enable personal growth. There are facets of health that need to be considered. Psychology plays an important role in creating the appropriate mindset and mental approach to achievement. The more I learn the more complex I realize this field is and that exploring it will be a lifelong pursuit. I will continue to pursue the knowledge and expertise necessary to enable people to strive for, and ultimately achieve, their highest endeavors. My passion is helping others lead a truly fulfilled life.
- Poliquin Performance - Biosignature Modulation Level 1
Megan Dunn is a graduate of Touro University where she earned her MS in Health Science. She has spent the past 5 years working in the field of medical research. Megan is passionate about food, particularly ethnic cuisines and developing new ways to produce healthy alternatives to commonly loved dishes. Her love of cooking developed at an early age thanks to Jeff Smith and Jacque Pepin. Megan believes healthy food (as opposed to “health food”) can be affordable, tasty, and convenient and she would love to help you learn how.
I grew up in Buffalo Grove, IL and graduated from Stevenson High School. After realizing college wasn’t for me, I enrolled at the National Personal Training Institute, in Chicago. A year later I graduated with my national level certification. I continued training for several months until I realized I wanted to learn more. Luckily my old employers required all trainers to pass the NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) to become a certified personal trainer. Continuing along I was introduced to a program that was taught by Paul Chek. After taking some required prerequisite courses, before actually taking the 5-9 day courses, everything started to come together. This material, that seemed heavy to most, came almost naturally to me. This learning opened my eyes to how everything works together. This is when my vision of “Fusion Health” was born.
Since graduating, I’ve been training for four years now and never look back to the conventional training method. Counting reps and health magazines are worthless without a solid healthy foundation. Educating and coaching my clients on a stress free, pain free, healthy lifestyle is what I pride myself on. I work to empower people by showing them options and working with them to develop a plan on how to achieve their goals and aspirations successfully.
- Chek Practitioner Level 1 & 2
- Chek Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 1 & 2
- Chek Exercise Coach
- Neurosomatic Educators: Somatic 1 & 2, Neuro 1 & 2
- USA Weightlifting: Sports Performance Coach
- National Academy of Sports Medicine: Certified Personal Trainer
Greg Swanson has been a dedicated student of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga since 1999, and an instructor since 2003. Since completing David Swenson's primary series teacher training, Greg has regularly attended workshops and retreats with senior Ashtanga vinyasa yoga instructors worldwide. His teaching sytle is grounded in tradition and offers his students an exceptional opportunity to experience and develop and yoga practice to last a lifetime. In addition to regular classes, Greg offers privates and workshops in asana, pranayama, and meditation.