Learn more about the Fit Whitt It brand and what makes it different.
Fit Whitt It is a virtual wellness studio inspiring a culture of inclusive, wholistic wellness, and self-care practices, especially for womxn of color. Here, we remind our clients of their power so that they can start living a more intentional life.
By offering culturally responsive services, products, resources and auxiliary accessories, Fit Whitt It is making authentic participation in wellness accessible to all. Considering the whole person (mind, body, and spirit) while taking a trauma-informed approach, we will meet you where you’re at, and help you to get to where you need to be.
Our community will be transformed by our strengths based perspective. We’re turning mindset barriers into personal challenges that will be overcome in order to actively be well and make wellness equitable.
Our founder knew that there had to be better ways to care for herself…
Keeping diversity of community and experiences in mind, Fit Whitt It is an inclusive space that emphasises whole-person service. We strive to educate individuals and groups on wholistic wellness practices to promote self-care and, more importantly, community care. Our founder knew that there had to be better ways to care for herself, so she created Fit Whitt It for herself, and women like her, to take care of themselves the way they deserve.
Our founder recalls the impact of seeing family and community members succumbing to illnesses that were preventable with access to proper education on the importance of incorporating regular movement and basic nutrition concepts into their everyday lives. Fit Whitt It is here to provide culturally empowering education for people who need self-care to be normalized the most!
Whittney M. Leach, MSW
Founder & CEO
Certified Group Fitness Trainer · Certified Life Coach
Whittney Leach is a 2016 graduate of the University at Buffalo Masters of Social Work program. She very much enjoys working to help alleviate social disparities, specifically dealing with income gaps. Her areas of concentration are education, diversity, and social-emotional supports. She is also passionate about helping to ensure that those she serves are able live up to their potentials while receiving a fair chance at success.