Alive & Well Personal Training Wins MINDBODY Visionary Award

August 17, 2018 - 2 minutes read

Vancouver, BC – August 17, 2018 – Alive & Well Personal Training has been honored in the inaugural MINDBODY Visionary Awards, given for business excellence fitness, beauty and wellness industries.

“The MINDBODY Visionary Awards are our way of celebrating the businesses owners we serve, for both their success and for how they translate that into helping their communities live healthier, happier lives,” said Rick Stollmeyer, MINDBODY CEO and co-founder. “Connecting the world to wellness starts in our own backyards, and our honorees deserve to be recognized for their commitment and achievements.”

Alive & Well is a boutique personal training experience designed to help busy Vancouverites to build strength, decrease pain and live healthier, more confident lives. Alive & Well is not your typical personal training studio – think personalized support, healthy habit building and behaviour change, all rolled into one.

“We are thrilled to accept this award for Alive & Well. We are so passionate about working with our amazing community and have been honored to watch our clients and our company grow over the past few years” says Janet Archibald, Founder of Alive & Well Personal Training. “We strongly believe that taking care of ourselves doesn’t have to feel overwhelming, intimidating or selfish, and we can’t wait to continue along this journey to help more people create meaningful change in their lives through movement.”

The MINDBODY Visionary Award is given to businesses who have an average monthly revenue in the top 30% of all MINDBODY customers between January and June 2018.

About MINDBODY

MINDBODY, Inc. (NASDAQ: MB) is the leading technology platform for the fitness, beauty and wellness industries. Local entrepreneurs worldwide use MINDBODY’s integrated software and payments platform to run, market and build their businesses. Consumers use MINDBODY to more easily find, engage and transact with fitness, wellness and beauty providers in their local communities.