Want to improve your quality of life, stress management, sleep deprivation or exercise and dietary habits?
Have you considered wellness coaching?
Our wellness coach will partner with you to establish a relationship that assists you in identifying values and desires, transforming them into action to maintain lasting change over time. The coach works with you in a dynamic collaboration to improve your overall wellness including but not limited to sleep deprivation, stress management and both exercise and dietary habits. The coach recognizes and respects that you are the expert in your own life and utilizes your strengths and values to develop lasting change. You can work with the coach to improve your overall wellness through both in-person and telephonic wellness coaching sessions.
Meet Your Clinical Team
Karly Moore, ACSM-CEP
Karly Moore is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist and Certified Health and Wellness Coach. Karly completed her undergraduate degree at Salisbury University receiving a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. She went on to obtain a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in May of 2016. Karly worked as an exercise physiologist for Duke University Hospital in the cardiac diagnostic unit until December of 2018 when she joined the Johns Hopkins Executive and Preventive Health program. While practicing as an exercise physiologist for the program Karly also graduated from the Mayo Clinic Health and Wellness Coaching program in the fall of 2019 to allow for our program to incorporate health and wellness coaching. Karly is a driven and enthusiastic member of the program who is devoted to providing the best possible care to our executive and preventive health patients.
Parker Rhodes, RCEP
Parker Rhodes is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist. Parker completed his undergraduate degree at Towson University receiving a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. He earned his Master of Science degree with a concentration in Clinical Exercise Physiology from East Stroudsburg University in 2010. Prior to his current role, Parker worked as a clinical exercise physiologist for Johns Hopkins Hospital in Cardiac Rehabilitation and became the exercise physiologist for the Heart Failure Bridge Clinic. In October of 2018, He joined the Johns Hopkins Executive and Preventive Health program. While practicing as an exercise physiologist for the program, Parker also received his Medical Assistant Certification. Parker is truly passionate about his role and remains fully committed to providing the upmost care to every executive and preventive health patient.