Movement 4 Life Expands Services
May 29, 2015 10:05AM
Lisa and Keith Banks
Lisa and Keith Banks, of Movement 4 Life (M4L) will be coaching and teaching classes at several new locations in the area. The duo will lead Movement 4 Women, Mind/Body Awareness and Basics 4 Health sessions, along with teaching dance-based training to the theater department at the Center for Arts of Bonita Springs. Lisa and Keith will offer boot camp-style workouts, including boxing, lifting, stretching, toning, cardio training and core condition, as well as movement assessments and coaching for all types of athletes at Camp Fit, in North Fort Myers.
Jackie Cipollini, a retired New York City police officer, has been working out at XLR8 Bay Crossing, in Bonita Springs. He says, “I’ve tried many methods unsuccessfully to lose weight and get in shape. Since joining XLR8 with Keith, I’ve began to have fun again with his energetic, out-of-the box training approach to fitness, self-awareness and overall movement.” Cipollini’s training includes the use of the Power Plate vibrational exercise device.
The Banks bring more than 30 years of experience coaching dancers, gymnasts, cheerleaders and athletes of all ages, using their 20-minute, twice-a-week or more routines that infuse music, equipment, humor and rhythmic exercise. M4L’s mission includes aiding individuals to build self-confidence, reduce stress, appreciate a sound mind/body connection and master daily movements.
Locations: Center for the Arts, 10150 Bonita Beach Rd. SE; Camp Fit, 4430 Hancock Bridge Pkwy.; XLR8, 26251 S. Tamiami Tr., Unit 18. For more information or to schedule training sessions, call 239-841-4044 or email [email protected].