Looking to strengthen your personal development? In addition to our inner fitness workouts, workshops, and retreats, The Inner Fitness Project also offers one-on-one training with Inner Fitness Project approved trainers that will further aid you in developing Self awareness. If you’re looking for more personalized guidance, book a 60-minute or 90-minute session with one of our amazing trainers today.
INNER FITNESS TRAINER
One-on-One Inner Fitness Trainers
Tina Lifford, the CEO of The Inner Fitness Project, is a true champion of prioritizing inner fitness as a lifestyle choice. Tina believes that inner fitness is as important to mental wellbeing as exercise is to one's overall health. She is a graduate of the University of Santa Monica's Spiritual Psychology Program and the Coaches Training Institute. She is also a licensed Spiritual Practitioner. Tina has created personal development workshops for The Walt Disney Company, GlaxoSmithKline, and Unilever. She has also provided private life coaching for more than 20 years.
Krista Jones High
Krista Jones High is passionate about achieving wellbeing by thinking from the inside out. She has worked in personal development for the past 20 years, including writing for Nightingale-Conant and working for Bob Proctor for six years. Krista is a Wellness & Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (IIN). She combines her training from IIN, her work with Bob Proctor, and her zeal for inner fitness to help clients navigate life's challenges by looking at things from a different perspective so they can see new possibilities.
Morgan Stiff has been an educator for ten years, teaching at The Art Institute, California State University - Long Beach, and The University of Southern California. As a coach she pairs her experience of mentoring students with her passion for inner fitness, yoga, and buddhist principals. With a gift of seeing both the global picture and micro details, Morgan helps clients identify new strategies to work with in order to achieve desired outcomes. Morgan's personal blog Tested, Tried, and True explores her love of testing different pathways to wellness.