Meet Jayne Powers
Founder of Masters Core Fitness
Choosing to improve your health, fitness and nutrition with Jayne Powers, MA, could change your life.
Jayne Powers is an entrepreneur and owner of Masters Core Fitness LLC. She specializes in the health, nutrition and core fitness of individuals who are entering a new chapter in their lives and want to be more buoyant, more energetic and more engaged with the world.
She focuses strength and power training programs, sports rehab and programs to increase bone density and muscle mass for better balance, posture and strength.
Jayne believes that the glow of good health comes from exercising the body, challenging the mind and capitalizing on the science of nutrition. She helps her clients tap into their inner source of motivation to regain their vitality and overall well-being.
Under her holistic approach, she partners with her clients on their journey to achieve agility and balance, a stronger core and a diet optimized by state-of-the-science information on nutrition and food preparation. The results of her program helps clients make sports, travel and everyday activities stay on their agenda.
Jayne also offers dynamic corporate wellness programs throughout the Washington, DC, area. Her hands-on programs include pragmatic nutrition workshops that help employees learn healthy menu strategies for dining at home and away from home, and core-strengthening seminars that employees can do on their own with very little equipment.
Jayne, a former coach for the American Gymnastics Camp, also believes that she exemplifies her programs and instructional approaches. She maintains an active lifestyle that includes sculling, swimming and sailing.
- NESTA certified Personal Fitness Trainer
- Nutritional and Physical Activity for Health certification “with distinction” from the University of Pittsburgh
- Certified MELT Method Hand and Foot Instructor
- American Red Cross certification in CPR and AED
- MA, Human Development (magna cum laude) from Pacific Oaks College
As an author under Penguin and former syndicated columnist with United Features Syndicate Inc., Jayne has written health articles for The Washington Post and is conducting research for her second book focused on men and cooking. If you are 50-plus and would like to participate anonymously, please email Jayne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jayne was also selected as a Front Line Scholar for TEDMED in Washington, DC, in September 2014. She is a member of the IDEA Health & Fitness Association, the National Wellness Institute, the American College of Sports Medicine and the International Osteoporosis Foundation.