Rhonda Rohtstein, Owner of Integrative Health & Wellness 


During my first semester in college, excelling at academics, I recognized the need for a strong body to accompany a strong mind.  I added a minor in Health/Fitness to my BS in Business Management which included studying yoga, physiology, anatomy, nutrition, kinesiology, and wellness. This launched my career teaching exercise and yoga, coaching and providing nutrition and wellness support. 

After many years I transitioned to the corporate world in sales and management roles. I greatly enjoyed working with my teams - building confidence, coaching for highest results, helping people find their best selves, offering wellness opportunities, and allowing autonomy and self-directed behaviors. The results were significant. After 12 plus years in that arena, studying different coaching and management strategies to layer on to my previous experience,  I am bringing my passion to more people through corporate wellness programs, transformational workshops, individual coaching, Pilates, mindfulness and meditation.

Trainings include Wellcoaches School of Coaching, the gold standard in Coach Training, Education, Certification and Support. Wellcoaches is in partnership with the American College of Sports Medicine and the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. The program is high-impact, science-based, and innovative providing the groundwork for my master coaching expertise as a facilitator of mindset and behavior changes.  

Additional trainings include Boston Body Pilates. the largest teacher training on the East Coast. Joseph Pilates created a brilliant exercise program that makes you look and feel centered and sculpted. Pilates provides maximum results while also being therapeutic to your mind, body and spirit. And, Yoga International, Mindfulness and Meditation teaching certification which incorporates a strong emphasis on bringing mindfulness to your life, profession, friends and family. Meditation and Mindfulness is a great tool to finding your right path and wholeness.