We have cardiovascular and strength training equipment with age-friendly features and group fitness classes for all levels.
certified senior exercise specialists who offer personal exercise programs, small group training and classes, and larger group classes that will come to your home, office, event, church, or civic organization.
We offer a medically integrated approach to fitness focusing on cardiovascular fitness, brain fitness, muscular strength and endurance, balance, posture, blood pressure, reaction time, range of motion, and flexibility your health and safety are our first priority.
Meet The Staff
Our staff is different from others because we require a minimum of a health/fitness bachelor's degree, nationally accredited certifications, and accredited training in exercise for conditions such as post cardiac rehab, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, weight loss, arthritis, fibromyalgia, Parkinson's, orthopedic concerns, balance and coordination, brain fitness, menopause, physical disabilities, pulmonary issues, strength training, flexibility, endurance, posture and more.
Patricia Martin, BS, ACSM-CEP- Patricia is from Helena, Montana and has a BS in Clinical Exercise Physiology from the University of Mary in North Dakota where she was also a recipient of the Exercise Physiology Outstanding Researcher Award. She is a WellBound personal trainer and teaches Synergy, Strength Training, Happy Heart, Interval, Circuit, Balance and various other classes. Patricia is a certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine which utilizes prescribed exercise, basic health behavior interventions and promotes physical activity for individuals with chronic diseases or conditions; examples include, but are not limited to, individuals with cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic, orthopedic, musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, neoplastic, immunologic and hematologic diseases. The ACSM-CEP provides primary and secondary prevention strategies designed to improve, maintain or attenuate declines in fitness and health in populations ranging from children to older adults. Patricia will be a first year Physical Therapy student this fall, and also played NCAA Soccer for 4 years.
Kashmir Miedl, BS, LMT, CPT- is a graduate of the University of Nebraska Omaha with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. While at UNO she gained experience working with older adults and has a minor in gerontology. She holds a personal trainer certification through the American College of Sports Medicine and is a certified medical exercise specialist through the American Council on Exercise. Through college coursework Kashmir has gained experience leading group exercise, personal training, assessing blood pressure, body composition, and flexibility. She has specific training in working with people who have disabilities, high blood pressure, arthritis, and post stroke patients. Kashmir is also a graduate of the Universal College of Healing Arts and is a licensed massage therapist.Through her coursework Kashmir has learned and had the opportunity to work with many modalities of massage, including Swedish, sports massage, and chair massage, among others. Enhancing her experience as a personal trainer and massage therapist Kashmir also completes regular continuing education to stay current on new developments in the fields.
Anthony Schulenberg, BS, ACSM-CPT- has his Bachelor's of Science degree in Exercise Science from Wayne State College and is certified through the American College of Sports Medicine. While at WSC he gained experience working with older adult wellness, he taught and designed group exercise classes and monitored the progress of the seniors who participated in the class. During his internship at Omaha WellBound he gained experience personal training as well as teaching group exercise classes. Anthony also has nationally accredited training in Indoor Cycling Instruction. At Omaha WellBound he is an instructor for CIA, Strength Training, Boot camp, and Synergy Group Personal Training. He also has training and education in Parkinson's Based Agility Training, Post-Cardiac Rehab, Resistance Training for Older Adults, Brain Fitness and Brain Drills.
Michelle Streif, MA, CPT, GFI - has been in the fitness industry 32 years and specializes in older adult fitness. With bachelor's degree from Iowa State University and a masters degree in health education/gerontology from UNO, she has also completed over 600 accredited hours in areas related to older adult health and fitness including post cardiac rehab, diabetes, osteoporosis, balance and coordination, orthopedic post rehabilitation, hypertension, arthritis, Parkinson's Disease and other brain related diseases, fall prevention, Drums Alive and Zumba Gold. In 2017, Michelle also completed nationally accredited courses for CANCER and EXERCISE, MENOPAUSE and EXERCISE, and OSTEO ARTHRITIS specific exercise therapy. She is a member of the (ACE) American Council on Exercise Faculty, former NSCA Personal Trainer SIG Executive Committee member, NSCA Certification Commission Nominations Committee, a member of the Medical Fitness Association, the International Council on Active Aging, and is a Continuing Education provider for various nationally accredited organizations. Her certifications have included NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Group Fitness Instructor, ACE Personal Trainer, Spinning, Precision Cycle, Kickboxing, PACE-Arthritis and Exercise, and she has received ACE/IDEA Specialty Recognition in Older Adults and Exercise and Exercise and Medical Concerns. Michelle has been a presenter for several nationally accredited conferences and workshops where she trains personal trainers, cycling instructors, and aerobics instructors and she has been published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, the Journal of Active Aging, IDEA Today, and has been interviewed for articles in SHAPE, IDEA Today, Healthy Aging, MS-NBC, Personal Fitness Professional, Fitness and GLAMOUR magazines, and written 2 senior continuing education courses for Human Kinetics about safe and appropriate equipment, fitness center design, and programming for seniors.