Innovative thinker, whole foods chef,
and mind-body specialist, dedicated to the service of others.

Hi, my is Jesse Johnston and I believe in experiencing life to the fullest. I’ve found that’s possible when tapping into the potential of the mind and body. Food, physical activity, and positive mindset have been shown to produce numerous benefits in the way we think and feel, and that happens to be my specialty.

I often say “eat, think, move”, because those three words put into action with intention, can transform someone from feeling ordinary to extraordinary, good to great, acceptable to exceptional. There is no denying that diet, inner dialogue, and daily movement affect our well-being.

Where to start? And who to believe? With all of the information out there it can be overwhelming to get started. Do I change my diet, join a health club, or start my morning with affirmations? The answer? It depends, and I’m here to point the way.

Why choose me? I focus on 3 things. The three things that will most significantly improve your health and wellness: food, fitness, and thoughts. I’m a graduate in kinesiology and health promotion, certified personal trainer, plant based chef, certified massage therapist, registered yoga teacher, and trained coach.


My diverse background allows me to tap into multiple areas of fitness and wellness resulting in unparalleled results. Satisfaction is guaranteed, so let’s get started.

Fitness          Nutrition          Mindset

Group Fitness Classes

Energy, Community, Consistency

strength, cardio, flexibility

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Massage Therapy

Stress Relief and Relaxation

swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic

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Health Coaching

One-on-One Support

nutrition, fitness, mindset

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“Jesse Johnston’s Zumba program constitutes an evolution in fitness experience for Laramie. As someone who has explored aerobics and exercise classes in Laramie for over twenty years, I am deeply impressed by the unique niche that this program has filled in our community. From the program’s inception, participants have ranged from teenagers to octogenarians, mostly women but also a few men, coming from every walk of life—teachers, store clerks, stay-at-home parents, doctors and nurses, students, administrative assistants, musicians, professors, mechanics, retirees, nannies, business owners, and many more. On joining the class, a few are already fitness fanatics, but many have clearly not “worked out” in a long time, if ever. Yet week after week the old and the young come back for more because it’s fun! It’s not just exercise—it’s really a community party where the dance is what’s vital. Remarkably, folks really stick to this program and it has visibly changed people. The Zumba focus on music and dance from all over the world is appealing, but it is Jesse’s passionate commitment to this endeavor and to this community that makes his program special and irresistible.”
Karen E., PhD
“Jesse’s philosophy of “Eat/Think/Move” has been instrumental in changing my relationship with food. Eating healthier was easy because he made it accessible and provided many delicious recipes. He is incredibly talented at combining ingredients in novel ways to create meals that are nutritious and flavorful. I’ve learned so much from him and am constantly motivated and inspired by his messages.”