Ms. Edgell is a pioneer in the field of wellness. She has implemented hundreds of health and fitness programs for Fortune 500 companies such as Cigna Corp., ARCO Chemical, CoreStates and Public Service Electric & Gas as well as small companies near her Lancaster County, Pa., home.
In 2000 Ms. Edgell founded Inside Out Fitness Ltd., a personal-training company geared to helping individuals who are at risk for developing disease or have experienced setbacks because of medical conditions. She gained extensive experience in these areas by working in cardiac rehabilitation for several years. The services now offered by the business, renamed Inside Out Wellness Ltd., embrace the whole person -- body, mind and spirit -- for truly revolutionary results. Her company delivers custom-designed, integrated wellness programs. From personal training to life coaching, Inside Out Wellness Ltd. offers a 360-degree approach to wellness.
Ms. Edgell's latest project, 360 Health Inc.(www.360Menopause.com), focuses on women transitioning into menopause. Her goal is to assist women in living a vibrant, symptom-free second half of life through education, medical options, community and referral networks.
She also has a blog talk radio show, Magnificent Menopause and Beyond which she co-hosts with Carrie Pierce on Thursdays at 11:30 am EST/2:30 pm PST. To listen to a show just go to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/magnificentmenopause.
Ms. Edgell earned a bachelor's degree in exercise physiology from West Chester University in West Chester, Pa. She is an American Council on Exercise certified personal trainer, IDEA master trainer and a Comprehensive Coach U Life Coach. She also operates the Edgell Foundation, which benefits homeless children in Lancaster, Pa., with her husband.
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