Ari grew up in the heart of the granite state of New Hampshire. With her two sisters and parents, the Kinder life evolved around horses, sports and spending every moment in the White Mountains.
Ari is a firm believer that a good quality of life, high energy, and excellent performance is directly linked to the proper way we use our bodies; nutritionally, physically and mentally. With a passion to helping others become the best they can be, Ari knew she belonged in the world of health and wellness.
After graduating from Plymouth State University in 2014 with a degree in Exercise and Sport Physiology, Ari explored all aspects of her career. From the inpatient clinical side on the Oncology floor at Dartmouth Hitchcock to the Elementary schools in Palo Alto CA, teaching kids the importance of physical activity.
With that, Ari’s hope is to inspire and teach people how to feel good EVERYDAY! With her last experience working with cancer survivors in the North Shore YMCAs, Ari wants to continue to train individuals who have experienced cancer or chronic illnesses and help them reach their full potential.
When Ari isn’t in the gym you can find her outside on the trails or on top of a mountain with her pup, Franki Ridge.