Chase Parker

Executive Director, Personal Trainer

Why train with Chase

Chase is both outgoing and knowledgeable. He is the type of guy that you find yourself finishing your best workout while having great conversation the whole time. His approach is tough love. He loves to help you through the tough times by keeping you healthy and happy. He is the owner of Whole Health Club and has a true passion for enabling his clients to live Whole.


National Council on Strength & Fitness Education- Michigan State University Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology Cognates in Sports Administration, Fitness Leadership, and Psycho/Social aspect. 


Played Division 1 football at Michigan State University


Paige Rogers

Executive Director, Personal Trainer, Yoga Teacher

Why train with Paige

Paige is the type of trainer that becomes your best friend. She truly cares about each client. She works to find what drives or motivates each client and adapts to them. If you train with Paige you will find yourself feeling like you can accomplish anything.


International Fitness Association Education- Sante Fe College Associates of Science


Played College Volleyball


Sam Grantham

Executive Director (303-916-2359)

Why Train with Sam

Sam is pure energy. He will be better than a cup of coffee for you. Sam will show you how to bring positivity and enthusiasm to your everyday life. His clients find his ability to listen and stay upbeat very refreshing. Sam's energy comes from him living healthy and he is eager to share his experience and advice. He has a true gift with helping clients find the motivation and desire to reach their health goals.


International Fitness Association


Kayla Jacob

Personal Chef

Why train with Kayla

Kayla makes learning how to cook fun. She is a patient and an experienced teacher. She understands that you are busy, so her goal is to show you efficient and easy ways to live healthy through cooking. Kayla is a classically trained chef, using these skills she is able to create an enjoyable, interactive learning experience in the kitchen.


Johnson & Wales Culinary Institute Associates of Culinary Arts


Awarded an internationally recognized internship at Walt Disney World.


Austin Joseph

Personal Trainer/ Nutritionist

Why train with Austin

Austin is one of those people that is driven to help others become the best they can. He is one who is constantly learning to better himself. The positive energy he brings into the gym carries with his clients throughout their whole day. Austin is one of the most patient and compassionate people you will ever meet. With these skills Austin can truly help any person achieve more than they thought possible


Helene Balligand


Why cook with Helene

Helene is one of the most intelligent people you will meet. She completed the Cornell Plant-based Nutrition Course in addition to having a PHD. She not only can explain everything that you would need and then more, but you can feel that she wants to help. This is her passion project and you can tell. She simply wants to be there for her clients and help them through the tough times of changing habits.


Dr. Andrew Freeman

Volunteer Medical Director

Andrew M. Freeman MD, FACC, FACP joined National Jewish Health in Denver, CO after completing his training in Philadelphia at Temple University. Prior to that, he completed his internal medicine training at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. He completed medical school at SUNY Buffalo with research honors after graduating summe cum laude from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. At National Jewish, he serves as the director of clinical cardiology. He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, nuclear cardiology, cardiac CT, and echocardiography. His clinical and research interests are in disease prevention, exercise and lifestyle medicine, imaging heart disease, nutrition, and cardiac sarcoidosis. 

Dr. Freeman also hosts a monthly Walk with a Doc program (http:/Denver.WalkWithADoc.Org) in the Denver area where he volunteers his time to walk with patients on Saturday mornings to teach key health concepts, but also to explore using exercise as medicine for the greater good of the public. Finally, Dr. Freeman holds some key leadership positions in the Colorado chapter of the American College of Cardiology as well as at the national level, including founding chair of the Early Career Council and Section, an active member of the Best Practice Quality Improvement committee, co-chair of the Lifestyle and Nutrition Workgroup and a spot on the Patient-Centered Care Steering Committee. He has published scholarly manuscripts on patient-centered care, cardiac sarcoidosis, and served as editor-in-chief of the Patient Centered Care community on CardioSource. He serves as the social media editor for JACC, the country’s number one cardiology journal. An avid teacher and educator, Dr. Freeman teaches medical, physician assistant  and pharmacy students regularly, and has hosted many community lectures and CME programs. He is a regular feature at VegFest Colorado and continues to expand his teaching and messages of prevention and wellness all over Colorado.