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Creator And CEO Of Live Well Enhance You ‒ Exclusive Interview With Sarah Alysse Rosner

Sarah Alysse is a corporate stress management coach that helps companies cultivate a low stress environment so that their employees can be happier and more productive. She’s the creator and CEO of Live Well Enhance You which formed out of a need for her Pilates clients to find balance in their lives. She branched into the corporate market to assist employees in creating out of the box wellness solutions. She utilizes her BFA Musical Theater Performance background to coach others how to be confident and understand the connection between the brain and body. Spanning over a decade, Sarah has collected an abundance of certifications from Integrative Institute of Nutrition, STOTT Pilates, to National Academy of Sports Medicine. She’s been featured on WGN's Living Healthy and WGN Around Town’s segment as a Stress Management Expert. Also, she has been promoted on Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, Authority, Kivo Daily, LA Wire, The Chicago Journal, NY Wire, NY Weekly, IdeaMensch, and US Reporter. In addition, she’s the host of the Stress Free SOULutions podcast.

Sarah Alysse Rosner, Corporate Stress Management & Fitness Coach

Introduce yourself! Please tell us about you and your life, so we can get to know you better.

I’m the creator and CEO of Live Well Enhance You LLC which was designed to help companies cultivate a low stress environment so that their employees can be happier, healthier, and work productively. I utilize my BFA Musical Theater Performance, Health coaching, Personal and Pilates training background to coach others how to be confident and understand the connection between the brain and body.

Outside of work, I love reading autobiographies, watching the Green Bay Packers, cooking up new recipes, strength training, walking my Chiweenie Presley Harrison, interviewing people for my podcast Stress Free SOULutions, and writing music with Jayme Woj of MaybeSoon.

What kind of audience do you target your business towards?

The audiences I target my business towards are marketing, PR firms, startups, technology, and creative agencies. What are your current goals for your business?

My current goals are to make an impact on various corporations by providing health and wellness personalized incentives programs and to speak on stages all around the world.

What is your work inspired by?

My passion for this work developed when my father was diagnosed with Stage IV Kidney Cancer. During that time, I discovered that my father and I shared a lot in common: we always put others first, we continually love to learn, and that we deal with our stress by emotionally eating. After he passed away, I decided to make major adjustments to my lifestyle and professionally, I shifted gears to provide corporate clientele with the necessary tools to find balance in my career and personal life. It's a mission of mine to speak on numerous stages and work with companies about following their gut instincts and knowing when it’s time to take a break.

Tell us about your greatest career achievement so far.

My greatest achievement in my career was the time I said yes to starting a Pilates program at a huge fitness club in Chicago. There were many locations, but I happened to be at the smallest one. I had just gotten out of college, and was the youngest trainer who had no sales experience, but I learned everything possible from my peers and hustled. By the time I left the club I was one of the top 5 Pilates Trainers at the company. Although, I need to move on to further my education and passions in other areas, I will never forget that experience. It taught me that if you are willing to put in the work you can achieve anything! Motivate the mind and the body will follow.

If you could change one thing about your industry, what would it be and why?

I would change the focus from dying to living. What I have found is that scare tactics dissuade people from making a change. Often, I hear people say that they feel lost and unsure of what to do because everything seems hopeless. We still need to provide health research and be realistic on the information provided in front of us but shifting to a more positive dialogue will leave the client responsive to take action that day. If we emphasize that one small step can truly impact their life for years to come, they will feel inspired and comfortable to take on greater challenges.

Tell us about a pivotal moment in your life that brought you to where you are today.

When I was emotionally eating ice cream, trail mix, and flaming hot Cheetos I could not feel anything. This had been a habit I developed in college due to the insecurity of not knowing when the next show would be. In November of 2016, I realized that I was stifling my tears with food from the loss of my father and being burned out by my job. It was in that moment something had to give so I registered for the Integrative Institute of Health Coaching Program and finally felt seen. The number one idea that stuck out for me was that there was a primary (healthy relationships, physical activity, fulfilling career) and secondary food (what’s on your plate). I discovered that my primary relationships and career consumed my brain that I could not even think of what foods to consume on my plate. Once I made the changes to my primary everything else fell into place which led me to further study gut health and habitual behaviors. Now, I’m coaching corporate executives and employees to understand their stress triggers and why it affects everything from functional movement patterns to work productivity.

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