With over 20 years of experience in the health and wellness space, as a personal trainer, health coach, and yoga instructor, Eifer founded In Good Company to provide a more balanced and sustainable approach to wellbeing.
She believes integrating the 3 pillars of wellness - Mind, Body, and Nutrition - has a more profound effect when utilized as a whole. Eifer saw first-hand how these key aspects in conjunction with each other can lead to an empowering shift of awareness that creates tremendous transformation with long-term, positive effects - both mentally and physically.
She is an outspoken advocate for innovative health and wellness initiatives, and believes a more supportive environment with a long-term outlook can lead to greater work-life balance, and better economic and social wellbeing for all.
Lu is an award-winning journalist, author and former NBC national network anchor
(Real Life, Unsolved Mysteries) and Discovery Health Channel host. Her work is anchored in the practical integration of the science of personal wellbeing; stress, cognitive flexibility and resilience; interpersonal neurobiology and emotional intelligence; communication and conflict resolution; and trust, creativity, and innovation.
She holds a Master of Science degree in Conflict Management and Resolution from University of San Diego’s Kroc School for Peace and Justice, with a focus on relational resilience in the face of conflict, trauma and adversity.
Hugh has been practicing meditation for over 30 years and studied under mindfulness guru, Jack Kornfield. Hugh teaches Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and is a certified practitioner in Somatic Experiencing, a mind-body approach to healing trauma.
He has a law degree from London University and a PhD in Political Science from UCLA, and has worked for more than 2 decades in the field of human rights and social justice. He also the leads a Contemplative-Based Resilience (CBR) training for Syrian refugee aid workers in Jordan twice a year.
Hugh is the author of the acclaimed book, The Here-and-Now Habit, and also hosts the In Good Company with Hugh Byrne podcast available on iTunes.
The areas of health optimization, proper nutrition, and human potential have always been a passion for Jay. He attributes his success to principles he learned studying health and nutrition on increasing your energy, sharpening your mind, and being a more productive human being.
Jay is a board certified Nutritional Therapist Practitioner, and he finds it very rewarding to teach people how to use food to heal their body and on how to optimize focus & productivity using nutritional and behavioral science.
Emily has worked in multiple areas as a dietician - including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, weight loss, IBS, celiac disease, and gluten intolerance.
In 2013 Emily was going through a hard time in her life and used yoga and nutrient-dense foods as healing methods in order to stabilize her mind, which led her to want to inspire others. She’s passionate about sharing her knowledge of nutrition to help others be the healthiest they can be both emotionally and physically.
In her downtime, Emily loves to cook, practice yoga, travel, read, hangout with friends and family, and drink wine - yes, she allows wine on her diet plans!
The areas of health optimization and proper nutrition have always been a passion for Katie.
She is a certified Health Coach, and finds it very rewarding to teach people how to use food for energy and on how to optimize focus & productivity using nutritional and behavioral science.
Adele has a unique approach to helping others transform their health, so they can look and feel their best ever, no matter their age or current health status.
She graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in Nursing, and is a Duke-certified Integrative Health Coach. Adele has worked as a Registered Nurse, a Stay-at-Home Mom, a Personal Trainer, and as a Diabetes Prevention Expert.
She believes we all have the power to create the health we want, despite our life circumstances or our genetics. Her goal is to empower individuals to take charge of their own health and to be part of an overall transformation in healthcare.
Cindy is a board certified Nutritional Therapist, certified Integrative Health Coach, Culinary Nutrition Expert and the author of Unprocessed Living: 3 Easy Steps To Transition Into Healthy Eating.
She is deeply passionate about teaching people how to reach their ideal weight, increase their energy, and live a healthy balanced lifestyle while juggling their career and personal life. Cindy specializes in teaching individuals how to ditch processed foods and make healthy meals that are delicious, quick and nutritious.
Cindy is passionate about advancing the health and well-being of individuals and communities by bringing awareness, compassion and joy to their lives.
She has over 25 years of experience working with children and families as a Registered Nurse and certified Mindful Educator in the Neonatal ICU and Operating Room. Cindy has an extensive background in nutrition and is also a certified yoga instructor. In conjunction with Johns Hopkins Hospital D-Stress Program in Baltimore, she has taught hundreds of young people, teachers and parents mindfulness meditation, healthy eating, and yoga in Baltimore City schools.
Cindy has integrated mindfulness throughout her life and career, and she truly believes that mindfulness gives you the fundamental skills needed to navigate and thrive in all areas of life, especially the very challenging ones.
Nailah found a peace and calmness through yoga when she was going through a difficult time in her life. She found that yoga helped in grounding and centering her, which then became a part of her daily life.
She loved yoga so much that she pursued her teacher-training certification. Nailah found that teacher training allowed her to meet her true self. She really enjoys teaching others this practice and challenging them to be open to learning about yoga and then to either go deeper in their practice or stay exactly where their body/mind/life positions them. Nailah’s goal is for her students to have the best hour of their day in her class.
After a productive yet rocky career playing professional basketball, Ishmieal combined his athletic background and life experiences together with his passion for teaching to help motivate others to live a healthier lifestyle.
He enjoys working with people of all age groups, from the elderly to young athletes, teaching them how to use their natural ability and even their challenges to motivate them to go beyond their “comfort zone” and achieve goals that they did not feel were possible.
Hailing from the UK, Leanne, an adventurer with a passion for wellbeing, is thrilled to be using her experience and skillset to develop and implement In Good Company's marketing strategy.
Leanne, a yoga enthusiast (but by no means expert!) graduated from the University of St Andrews with a Business degree, specialising in Marketing in 2011. Since graduating Leanne has undertaken the marketing for a social housing consultancy in Scotland and a water management consultancy in England.
A key part of Leanne's remit is the management of In Good Company's website and social media channels, in which she is particularly excited about leading our #BeTheChange campaign, supporting you to be your very best self.