Business Focused On Whole-Person Wellness Moves Into Deerfield Fitness Studio In September

  • Jessica Nowak

    Jessica Nowak

 
Sue Masaracchia-Roberts
Updated 7/16/2019 10:58 AM

After years of providing personal training and health services in people's homes, Jessica Nowak's Evolution Bodywork is transitioning into a studio space within F.I.T. Boutique, located at 488 Lake Cook Road in Deerfield on Tuesday, September 3, 2019.

Nowak began her career more than 15 years ago as a Personal Trainer and Yoga Instructor and has earned her degree in Health, Secondary Education. She currently holds multiple certifications in several disciplines, including Personal Training, Yoga, Pilates, Corrective Exercise, Thai Bodywork, Reiki, Trauma Recovery Yoga, Krav Maga, and Weight Loss. Nowak believes in blending Eastern philosophies with Western practices for optimal health of the body, mind, and soul.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"Each client has his or her own individual barriers and struggles," said Nowak, "Each person's journey is unique. I help people find what works for each of them in order to achieve their goals, no matter how big or small."

Evolution Bodywork will continue to offer the wide variety of options offered in-home, on a one-on-one and partner basis, but will now also will have a Pilates Reformer in studio for private lessons, as well as full access to the fitness machines and equipment within F.I.T. Boutique for personal training and rehabilitation clients.

All services are offered as one flat rate per session per hour. More information is available at www.evolution-bodywork.com, along with a calendar that allows people to directly book appointments on the website. For more information, she also can be reached at Jessica@evolution-bodywork.com or at 847-334-1133.

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