episode 88 sarah king

Today on Small Changes Big Shifts we have Sarah King. Whenever someone asks Sarah why she founded Invigorate, they assume someone in her family had Parkinson’s and motivated her to commit her career to the disease. Sorry to disappoint, folks. Sarah has always been fiercely passionate about helping others achieve the best version of themselves and she believes strongly in the ability of the human body to heal itself given the right tools.

Originally from Kansas City, my husband, Matt, Sarah now lives in Austin, Texas and have fallen deeply in love with the city’s hustle and bustle and outdoor scene. She enjoys hiking the Greenbelt, playing soccer with friends, and searching out the best cup of coffee in town.

Sarah is the founder of Invigorate Physical Therapy & Wellness. She provides physical therapy, personal training, and health coaching services focused on addressing every aspect of a healthy life, in order to maximize the vitality and well-being of individuals who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s.

No two people – or journeys – are the same. Sarah helps you create an individualized plan that’s uniquely tailored to your goals, abilities, and dreams. She is here to empower you, motivate you and prepare you for each new step, so you can begin living life on your terms.

  • Visit the Invigorate Physical Therapy & Wellness Website
  • Do You Want to Feel Invigorated? Download Sarah’s FREE GUIDE.
  • For those with Parkinson’s, Learn How To Start Your Own Exercise Program HERE.
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