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Optimal Lifestyle Consulting

Are you seeking better health, better sleep, increased energy, or weight loss? Or do you need support for anxiety and tools for stress relief on a daily basis? Optimal Lifestyle Consulting provides the support and tools to create lifelong changes and experience a life you love living.


Balance. Strength. Flexibility.

Whether you're just beginning an exercise program, recuperating from an injury or accident, or are a fitness enthusiast, Pilates will benefit you. Experience the transformative power of Pilates.

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Changing through Movement
Since 1996

Perfect Health in Tucson, Aryuveda

Perfect Health

Learn a daily routine to improve health, increase energy, and feel happier, based on your mind/body type. This interactive course from Chopra Global is based in Ayurveda, a comprehensive system of holistic health, and an opportunity to create lasting changes in your life. Through a balanced diet, nutrition, mindfulness, and movement, this integrative lifestyle program takes you on a journey into total well-being, healing, and transformation.


"By meditating every day, you will allow the soul to infuse daily life." -Deepak Chopra

Create greater calm in your life while reducing anxiety and improving how you respond to life's pressures. A longtime practitioner and advocate of meditation, Geneviève guides hands-on meditation classes, courses, and private sessions that help others discover the benefits.

Perfect Health

"When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need."
                    - Ancient Ayurvedic Proverb


Contrology (Pilates) develops the body uniformly, corrects wrong postures, restores vitality, invigorates the mind, and elevates the spirit.
- Joseph Pilates


"Through inner exploration, meditation awakens creativity, healing, and transformation."
- Deepak Chopra

You are What You Eat phytochemicals

You Are What You Eat: Superfoods & Phytochemicals

If you’ve had any interactions with me about health, nutrition, or general well-being, you’ve likely heard the phrase “food as medicine.”  Our diet – the foods and beverages we take in – can help or harm our health.  Incorporating more phytochemicals and superfoods as meal and snack sources benefits your body – and often, your mood. What are phytochemicals? Awesomely powerful, non-nutritive plant chemicals that have protective or disease-preventing properties. Not only do most phytochemicals have antioxidant properties that can even reduce the risk of developing certain cancers, but also, they can literally help turn on healthy genes and turn off unhealthy genes. Herbs and culinary spices like turmeric and mint, common foods like pinto beans and alfalfa sprouts, fresh berries and green tea – are all sources of powerful phytochemical compounds. Superfoods are foods that are “super” high in phytochemicals. Because they’re extraordinarily high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and essential nutrients, they’re recognized for their disease-fighting properties. Coconut oil, spirulina, matcha, sunflower seeds – all examples of superfoods. Super grains like chia and quinoa are also great nutritive food sources. Food As Medicine Think of the adage: “You are what you eat.” It’s a modern simplified version of Hippocrates’…

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Simple Tips for Cleansing & Body Rebalancing

Start your Fall off with more energy! Each time we embark upon another season, the genuine desire to make positive changes for ourselves is strong.

Try These Simple Tips

Cycling & Pilates

Did you know that Pilates is great for both cycling performance, and also to help prevent cycling injuries? I have several Tucson Pilates studio clients who are avid cyclists and committed to how Pilates improves and sustains their cycling performance.

Read about 5 Ways Cyclists Can Benefit from Pilates

"Greater consciousness brings in greater wholeness and consistency into all that we do." - Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar

“...I have taken classes at other larger studios and exercise facilities, I am thoroughly impressed with the more unique and carefully crafted program at Body Fundamentals.”
— Cristina S. Lowe