Meet Ali Fifer

May 1, 2017
Hayley Rogers
May 2017

Ali grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana with a very healthy and active family. From a young age, she was thrown into just about every sport imaginable. But over time, Ali stuck with swimming, track and cross country. She went on to graduate from Indiana University with a B.S. in Kinesiology – specializing in Exercise Science. Shortly after graduation, she packed up her car and drove cross-country for Denver, having fallen in love with the outdoor, adventurous and active Colorado lifestyle.

Through her college years, Ali was a personal trainer. But after arriving to Denver, she decided to switch gears and work towards her Masters in Nutritional Therapy. At this same time, her passion for yoga was developing. Ali acted upon this passion by training under Ayurvedic Practitioner, Brad Hays and began working towards her yoga teacher certification.

Currently, she works as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, helping her clients reach their nutritional goals. She also works with some clients on personal training and teaches a few yoga classes weekly around the Denver metro area.

“I am thrilled to be working with the Enterprise community on wellness opportunities!”

Now, Ali is working with Enterprise Coworking to curate a members-only Wellness Program and help create a unique member experience. Her passions lie in helping others thrive through wholistic nutrition, yoga, and functional fitness. She is very excited to be able to help Enterprise members achieve their wellness, nutrition and fitness goals.

  • B.S. in Kinesiology – Indiana University
  • Certified Medical Exercise Specialist – American Council on Exercise
  • Master Trainer for Nutrition Empowerment – Achieve Fitness Systems
  • Registered Yoga Teacher – Prana Vidya YTT200
  • Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner – Nutritional Therapy Institute
Ali’s Wellness Tip of the Month

Drink more water! Even if you think you’re drinking enough water, you’re probably not. The average person is chronically dehydrated. Water is the essence of life and is critically important for just about every function in the body. Aim to drink half your weight in ounces as a MINIMUM each day – that’s 75 oz for a 150 lb person. If you consume caffeine, sugar, prescription meds, soda, or if you exercise, you need MUCH more water – closer to 100 oz for a 150 lb person. All of these things contribute to dehydration. You can add a slice of lemon or lime to your water to add electrolytes and flavor. Happy sipping!

Please reach out to Ali with any questions about this program and its activities at: