Lacy Wolff, MS 

 Lacy is passionate about helping others through health education.  She spent over 12 years supporting the US Army overseas in both Italy and Germany .  From 2009-2014 while in Vicenza, Italy she served as the director of an Army Wellness Center, a clinic that focused on human performance for Airborne Infantry Soldiers and their families. This is where she honed her ability to connect the dots between mental and physical resilience.

Lacy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University ('01) and a Master of Science degree in Exercise Science & Health Promotion from California University Pennsylvania ('09). She is a certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sport Medicine, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through The National Strength and Conditioning Association, a Licensed HeartMath Instructor, and a 200-hour certified yoga instructor.
Lacy returned to her home state of Texas in 2014 to train State Troopers within the DPS Academy. She masterfully links all aspects of health to include: mental, physical, social, tactical, and spiritual. Lacy has been honored to be a wellness speaker across the US from Alaska to Washington D.C. and has been honored to be a subject matter expert for the FBINAA's Officer Safety and Wellness Committee since 2015.

Chris Wolff, MS

Chris Wolff is an adventurer, firefighter, paramdeic, husband, and dad.  He is enthusiastic, entertaining and has a distinct training methodology that holds the attention of participants.  Having grown up in a third world country, Chris brings his unique perspective and humor to every aspect of life.   Chris holds an undergraduate degree in Outdoor Education from Texas A&M University and a Master of Science Degree in Sport Management from the California University of Pennsylvania. Chris spent over 12 years in Europe helping US Military Service Members and their families find their flow state through high adventure activities.

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