Mom Chat with Fitness Expert Alessa Caridi I HUSTLE LIKE A MOM

Alessa Caridi founder of JobuFit shares her functional fitness tips, easy 8-minute workout routine, mompreneur advice and how she is managing mom life and her wellness business, in this episode of Hustle Like a Mom hosted by Mom Lifestyle Expert and TV personality Pamela Pekerman.

If you’re a new mom or pregnant, and dreaming of launching a business, you’ll want to tune into this motivational video, as Alessa shares how she launched her wellness business three months before giving birth to her son.

Her biggest business tips focus on creating a support tribe both at home for child care and domestic help, as well as finding business mentors that will support and push you to be your best mompreneur.

Learn about JobuFit signature 8 minute workout that works in your busy mom life, and reminds you of the importance of posture and proper body care. Alessa also talks about how we need to sit, stand and maneuver in relation to our technologies, so that we aren’t altering out alignment.

Alessa Caridi is a certified Pilates instructor, dance technician, and functional fitness speaker. She has a passion for perfecting her healthy self, fully understanding the wonderful machine that is the human body, and passing along her knowledge to her clients. Alessa’s passions were ignited during her time at University of California, Los Angeles where she studied anatomy and performing arts and obtained her B.A. in World Arts and Cultures, Dance Concentration.

While studying at UCLA, Alessa had the privilege of spending half a year abroad – a summer in Paris and a semester in Florence. During her time abroad, she not only experienced dance in different countries, but she also learned from the cultures around her. More often these people are less stressed, take time for themselves and their families, and above all else, live healthier lives.

Alessa’s last move took her, her husband, a Captain in the United States Marine Corps, and their miniature poodle to Okinawa, Japan. There she taught Mat Pilates classes on the military base and, with all her success, she opened her own, and first to the island, Pilates Studio- AlePilates. In their three years on the island, she experienced first hand what makes Okinawans some of the healthiest, longest living people on this planet. And that’s when she knew the Okinawans’ habits needed to come to America. It is from this period of her life that JōbuFIT was conceived.

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