Ask Dr. Liz with guest Stacy Papakosta discess “The foundation of Stacy Papkostas’

Written by on July 20, 2016

Ask Dr. Liz. Dr. Liz Jelinek is a Trauma Specialist, Personal and Business Coach, Author, and Educator. Listen in for new discoveries in science, medicine, and business that revealed the genius in you. Each episode is packed with ways to “Grow your Brain”, discover your brilliance and increase your GQ (Genius Quotient).


Stacy Papakostas

Topic/Guest: Dr. Liz will discuss her newest training program- Brain Health for Coaches- the latest discoveries in Neurology with guest, Stacy Papakostas. Stacy has been a personal trainer and fitness coach in NYC. They will be discussing their joint venture.

Owner/Instructor, E.C.I.T.S. Certified Personal Trainer. Stacy has been an ECITS Certified Personal Trainer for over 12 years in New York City. She worked at the New York Health and Racquet Club in mid-town Manhattan for 6 years developing a following of personal clients. Stacy Papakostas currently holds certifications in Functional Body Weight Training, Sports Specific Exercise, Boxing, and Kickboxing. She is committed to a lifetime of continuing education in the field of health and wellness. “My unique approach will give you an edge on self-defense techniques in addition to muscle building, weight loss, life coaching, and nutrition counseling.” Stacy’s education and experience with prenatal and post-pregnancy therapeutic exercise help moms improve their health and physical appearance. She has proved that when expecting mothers incorporate exercise before delivery, they will have fewer baby-fat pounds to lose and are more likely to maintain a normal body weight after delivery. Being a mother herself, she understands that establishing good habits and discipline now will make a more positive role model as the child grows. Her energetic and creative approach makes every session fun and effective. The foundation of Stacy Papkostas’ practice as a fitness professional is built on encouraging positive thinking to boost self-esteem and a healthy body image. For more information please visit, 

1-2 p.m.

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