“I have done both the personal and professional work to get to this place in my life,” Angela T. Moore People might sign up for classes at The Body Principle with hopes for a smaller waist or bigger biceps. While those are definite perks of regularly attending and putting in the work, founder and owner Angela Moore said her clients are much more likely to thank her for helping them get through tough life issues. That interplay between exercise, nutrition and mental health is at the core of the Orion-based integrated health studio. Moore’s Zen spirit

You Will Have a Good Day 1.     Wake up and say thank you for another day and a chance to do better than the day before. Every day is a gift and another opportunity to improve in every area of your life. 2.     Decide that you will bring positive energy into every room that you enter. Make the decision to be the light in the room even when you are in a dark place. 3.     Accept the things that you cannot change and be proactive about the things that you can. There are things in life that we cannot

Featured on PFP Personal Fitness Professional Fit-Pro December 2019 PFP Trainer of the Month After a run on a cold rainy day-Angela T. Moore Angela Moore, our December 2019 PFP Trainer of the Month winner, has empowered countless individuals far beyond exercise. She is a fitness presenter for the Detroit Health Empowerment Project and American Heart Association, a fitness expert on television and radio show host, and a health and fitness presenter to Oakland Schools of Michigan. She is the creator of the Propel℠ Youth Empowerment Program designed to improve the self-esteem, self-confidence

After a run on a cold rainy day-Angela T. Moore In the 10th grade, I went out for the high school track team. This was after a period of grieving that had left me feeling hopeless and alone. For years I had struggled with not having a relationship with my father. My mother had died from a massive stroke. I was separated from my brothers, and though it may seem silly to some, I was grieving over a dog that I had been forced to abandon. I was living in a home