Alumni Information Series: Health and Wellness
Health and wellness are top of mind as St. Michael’s College School (SMCS) prepares for the next version of its popular virtual information series later this month.
“We look forward to continuing to build on the success of the Alumni Information Series,” says Andrew King, Alumni Relations Officer. “Health and wellness is a topic that impacts all of us in a myriad of ways and at every stage of our life.”
Special guest Mike Levine ’03 is set to join host, Matt Montemurro ’05 on April 26 to discuss innovative methods to help men build healthy habits along with nutritional tips to improve energy and help them live their best life pain-free, full of energy, while building strength to promote longevity.
Levine, who was born and raised in Toronto, is a business graduate from King’s College at Western University. He began his career as a finance professional in Toronto’s fast-paced financial district. Everything took an unexpected turn in 2013, when he was caught in a life-changing skiing accident in Whistler, British Columbia that confronted him with a long and challenging recovery from a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
“I pivoted from finance to fitness and never looked back,” says Levine. Now, eight years removed from the experience, Levine’s passion is ignited by the opportunities to work with and lead others on their health and fitness journeys.
During the early part of his professional fitness career, Levine discovered a series of techniques and tools that allow men and women to look and feel amazing, regardless of the demands that arise from work, hobbies, family, and more.
This is how the ‘Mindful Method.’ was born — a 12-week online coaching programme helping men shed 10+ pounds of belly fat, build lean muscle, and feel confident for a lifetime.
Since 2019, Levine has been working as an online fitness and nutrition coach, working one-on-one with busy business owners, entrepreneurs, and busy parents who are growth-focused. His goal is to help each client implement a scalable approach to health and well-being that allows them to build the body of their dreams; to look and feel better than they could have ever imagined, and to set them up to feel this way for the rest of their lives.
Levine works to help hundreds online to achieve sustainable weight loss results, build healthy eating habits that work with their schedule, put on lean muscle and feel better, stronger, and more energized to do the things they want to do at any age.
“I take a simple, basic fundamental approach to help reprogram and shift your mindset to unleash the 2.0 version of you,” adds Levine.
Register for the Alumni Information Series: Health and Wellness.