Growing up, Hannah was no stranger to competitive sports. As a toddler, she fell in love with figure skating. As her love for the sport grew, she became more committed and competitive. At fourteen, Hannah moved away from her family in order to live and train at a competitive center in Cleveland. She spent countless hours on the ice and in dance studios. After a career ending injury, Hannah retired her skates. However, the spirit of ice skating drove her to continue coaching and pursuing her love for fitness.
Throughout her tenure at the University of Tennessee, Hannah devoted her extra time to volunteering at a local shelter andworking with children. She put herself through school by nannying full-time. From this her love for kids and helping others grew. In 2014, She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a focus in motivational psychology, nutrition, and health sciences.
Recently, she has relocated to the north bay area where she is pursuing her second personal training certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She loves training with all ages, and finds great joy in helping others achieve their goals. When not in the gym you can find Hannah outdoors exploring, hiking, and traveling.
Welcome Hannah! The Cave is excited to have you as part of our family!