My name is Tabitha and I am 28 years old. I moved to Nashville 3.5 years ago from a small town in East Tennessee. I grew up as an athlete playing basketball, volleyball, and track & field, and participated in gymnastics.
I attended East Tennessee State University to earn a degree in general psychology with a minor in biology and concentrations in clinical psychology and behavioral neuroscience. I practiced as a behavioral therapist for 9 years alongside occupational therapists in an integrative setting. This is where a lot of my interest in corrective exercise was born. My passion has always been to help others through their mental health journeys, and most recently I’ve learned that mental and physical health cannot be optimized without the other; so, I became a certified yoga teacher to expand my scope of practice. My favorite part about yoga is the mind-body connection and that movement makes us feel good. I am currently working on certifications in personal training, corrective exercise, and nutrition. Fun fact about me: I will almost never say “no” to a concert—they are my absolute favorite thing to do, and I have attended over 500 shows. Funny fact: I hate country music, but I live in Nashville anyway.