We Will Walk

We Will Walk

Click here to edit subtitle

Walk Talk With Saida

Walk Talk with Saida


At We Will Walk, we strive to help you reach your health and fitness goals. We leverage technology like Fitbit and MindBody to provide a great client experience, however, we know the real magic happens when you join a movement. We know the journey to transformation is both a marathon and a team sport...follow me on our blog as we share the journey with you.


Get in Touch

Take the first step towards a healthier life by joining our organization. Fill out our online form for more details.

view:  full / summary

Can Healthy Women Create a Healthier World?

Posted on September 24, 2017 at 10:25 PM Comments comments (0)

"I believe if I can change the health of one woman, I’m going to change the health of her family, the town she lives in, and ultimately, this country…” Dr. Vonda Wright


I am not a doctor, but I do know that women set the tone of most relationships. When I was dating my husband, I lived on a golf course and played golf on a regular basis. At the time he didn’t play, but was an above average tennis player and overall athlete and was not going to let his girlfriend beat him in golf for very long. So, my rein over him in golf was short lived. The point is that I was able to influence him to be active in golf.I watch other women who are mothers and the primary grocery shoppers for their homes…they are setting the tone for the health and nutrition for their families by what they provide. If that mother cares about what she puts in her body then you can bet she will make sure her family eats healthy and nutritious food as well.




Studies show that women make over 80% of the healthcare decisions in this country both for themselves and everyone they touch—whether it’s their immediate family, their work family, or the neighbors who just corrals them and says, “hey, who do you see for this?”


Would love to hear your thoughts on this. What is working for you and your family?

Can Walking Save Your Life?

Posted on September 1, 2017 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (0)

According to Lynn Koerbel, University of Massachusetts Medical School....

"Walking 10 Minutes a Day Can Change Your Life!"

You need Adobe Flash Player to view this content.



Take a mindful walk without the headphones or your cell and be present and notice the beauty around you. This little bit of walking has the following stress relieving benefits:

  • A Chance to Settle your Mind
  • The Time to Appreciate Nature
  • The Opportunity to Breath Deeply
  • The Space to Problem - Solve
  • Instill a Sense of Gratittude 
Click the link below to find out more benefits of a short walk: http://Lynn Koerbel, University of Massachusetts Medical School


Rss_feed