Our Team


Courtney Simmons, Co Owner-Stroller Strides /Fit4Baby/ Stroller Barre / Bodyback  Instructor

Courtney has always had a passion for health & fitness. She has been instructing TRX and bootcamp style classes for the past 6 years. She and her husband Todd adopted their son, Elijah Jacob and it has been non stop fun! While on maternity leave, she attended her first Stroller Strides class and knew she wanted more. Her drive to inspire and encourage others led her to exit corporate America and pursue her dream job! It was in that class she met her partner Jessica and it the rest is history.

Courtney's goal is that every mom that comes to class not only gets an amazing workout, but they find friendship for themselves and their children. Being a mom is hard work and sometimes you just need a village that understands what you're going through. Classes are designed to give you a total body workout; body, soul , mind & spirit.


Jessica Ginter, Co-Owner- Stroller Strides/Fit4baby/Stroller Barre/ Body Back Instructor

Jessica, full time mom and lover of all things health and wellness, is dedicated to exemplifying health and fitness to both her family and community. A member of Stroller Strides since the summer of 2016, Jessica has now become a co-owner and certified instructor in Stroller Strides, Fit4Baby and Body Back.

As a busy mom of an infant she understands the struggles of balancing work, family and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. She has learned the importance of making fitness a priority so she can be a positive example for her son, Wyatt, and plans to share that with her village. She believes every mom deserves to know what it feels like to be at your best, and to not leave your child behind while doing so.

"My goal is to create a village of women that will be welcoming, encouraging and supportive. Being a Mom is one of the most rewarding and exhausting adventures I have ever been on, but like most moms out there, I wouldn't change it for the world. I want to be a positive role model not only to my child but to the moms and children throughout our community. And we all know as a mom, sometimes you just need a village and to connect with women who can relate."