New L.E.A.N. Team Wellness Associate: Andy Shetterly, ART Provider, LMT

Pain Released. Performance Increased!


Most of us have some form of pain that has limited our abilities and enjoyment of activities, be they athletic, job related or just everyday living. It’s time to put and end to it! Contact Andy Shetterly, ART Provider, LMT at Peak Performance & Sport Therapy. Andy, a former Naval Aviator and commercial airline pilot, knows the value of pain free performance. Through his study of Active Release Techniques, Neuromuscular Therapy and Active Isolated Stretching, he will go straight to the source for your pain or discomfort to reduce or eliminate 2 major sources of pain: Trigger Points and Adhesions (internal scar tissue).


Sports professionals, as well as amateurs and weekend enthusiast, or anyone ages 8-88 will benefit from his expertise. This treatment provides effective therapy for headaches, backaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, TMD, Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, strains or sprains. Andy has his Cincinnati office at the The Workout at Adams Landing at 900 Adams Crossing, right across from sawyer Point and also an office in Northern Kentucky.


To schedule and appointment please contact 859-802-0448 ore email


Start your year off right and join the L.E.A.N. Team for a great workout first thing in the A.M.
Classes will be held at Premiere Athletics in Park Hills, Kentucky! Every Wednesday and Friday at 6:00am to 6:50am. $120 for 6 weeks.

Email us today for details.

 Some of our BootCamp Alumni!!

KPHRA and L.E.A.N.

Valerie, of  L.E.A.N.  Team Wellness, proud to present at the Kentucky Public Human Resource Association’s  Fall Conference. 

New Client Spotlight: Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County


Mission Statement

  • Connecting people with the world of ideas and information.

                                                                                                                                      Vision Statement

It is the Library’s vision to:
  • Excel in customer service
  • Be the first choice for information
  • Anticipate and meet changing needs
  • Assure equitable access to the Library’s resources and services
  • Be a dynamic force in the community


  • Open Access
  • Customer Focus
  • Excellence
  • Growth and Innovation
  • Good Stewardship

New L.E.A.N. Team Wellness Associate: Holly Sowels-Jenkins

Holly Sowels-Jenkins is a certified professional life and business coach, motivational speaker and author.  Holly has over twenty years of experience coaching adults and adolescents to navigate the overwhelming intricacies and obstacles they face in today’s world. 
Through workshops, seminars, lecture series and one-on-one coaching, Holly – through her company, Restart Your Life, Inc. – educates individuals, non-profit organizations, corporations, parents, teachers, social workers, faith-based ministries and community leaders in the areas of personal development, diversity, personal power, purpose and leadership.

Thinking about grabbing a soda? Think again…

Lykins Companies, Inc. gives back at the Light the Night Walk


News from Washington Post says Wellness Programs can help cut consumer costs.

Article below states wellness programs impact:

Signing up for health insurance during your company’s annual enrollment period, which for many plans is right now, may feel like taking a nasty dose of medicine: You know it’s good for you, but it sure doesn’t go down easy.
On the plus side, nearly two-thirds of companies are still offering health insurance to their employees, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation’s annual survey of employer health benefits. That’s worth a lot.
But that coverage won’t come cheap, as premiums, deductibles and cost sharing continue to rise, sometimes even more steeply than in previous years. More employers are also moving to high-deductible plans that shift more expenses onto their employees, requiring them to pay more before benefits kick in. And companies are making it pricier to insure spouses and children.
There is a bright spot, however: Employees who participate in the increasing number of company wellness programs can often reduce premium and other cost increases.
Click link below to read more from this article with the Washington Post:

Washington Post

Yoga in the Shoe!

Football is not the only thing happening on the Ohio State Football Field! The L.E.A.N. Team joined the Luluemon Store of Easton and over 1000 other yogis for this amazing event.  In an effort to join community and the love of yoga this event was both inspiring and a whole lotta fun!! Check out the video below to share in the experience.


Valerie the WARRIOR!!

Congratulations to Valerie and all those that participated in the WARRIOR DASH last weekend! The L.E.A.N. Bootcamps paid off!! Medals were given and new goals were set for next year!! Rooaaarrr!!!!


Think you are ready to be the next Warrior? Check out the link for details!