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Moxie Mobility Training, LLC

Get Strong & Safe at Home

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In-Home (or Virtual) Fitness Training &

Consulting for Safely Aging in Place

Our Dream:
To not only increase safety and well-being
in the lives of seniors and their caregivers
(through physical fitness, education,
community resources and compassion);
but to keep this vital resource engaged in our communities as long as they so choose.

Getting overwhelmed or frustrated because you can't do things like you used to?

Afraid of falling because you feel weak or unsteady?

Worried about staying home alone?

Doctors visits and hospitalizations becoming more frequent?

Get Out of Your Chair and Start Living!    
Use our Clinical Knowledge and Expertise to Your Benefit

Renew Your Strength
and Balance

Revamp Your Home
to Work for You

   Reconnect to      
Your Community

Liaison to Services

We understand your frustration and worry

Moxie Mobility Training, LLC

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1 to 1 Personal




Group (2-4)




in-home or virtual

Moving with Moxie

Circuit Training & Balance Class

Where to find us:

Gleason Family YMCA Wareham, MA

Tuesday 12:00 pm

Thursday 12:00 pm and 1:00pm

Acushnet, MA Council on Aging

1st and 3rd Monday of the month

(except holidays)

Fairhaven, MA Senior Center

2nd and Last Wednesday of the month (except holidays)

also find us at Assisted Living Facilities & Over 55+ Communities

Please call for more info!

Aging in Place Concierge

12 Month Program 







a la Carte Services

Pricing on an individual basis

  • Lymphedema/Edema bandaging
  • Fall Prevention Trainings
  • Relocation & New Home Set Up
  • ​Home Reorganization/Declutter
  • Caregiver Trainings

Step 1 - Make an Appointment - "Schedule Now!"

Step 2 - Customize Your Plan

Step 3 - Start Reclaiming Your Independence

We Respectfully Act as Your Guide:

The Choice is Yours!

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Home May Not Be The Safe Haven It Once Was

Home Modification Ideas:

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We have the know-how you need

Renew Your Strength and Balance &
Reclaim your Fitness

Let us guide you through a customized, therapy-based exercise plan to get you moving and increase your strength, balance, flexibility, coordination and safety. A fun fitness plan is the best way for anyone to keep on being healthy! We introduce these plans to decrease your risk of falling, improve your safety at home, reduce pain, decrease depression, and improve your ability to perform home activities, daily tasks and errands. Basically we help you get up out of your chair and on your feet again. These plans are made for you to continue on your own.

Revamp Your Home with
Home Safety Consulting

We work with you on individualized home solutions, strategies, and reorganizations that are necessary for living safely at home. If you have an existing Physical or Occupational Therapy Home Evaluation we can assist you to complete the criteria. Using our home safety checklist, we’ll find potential areas in your home that could literally trip you up, slow you down and work against your safety. Whether you have your own or need to find a suitable and dependable contractor, we can assist you in the process for a timely turn around that’s based on your customized specifications.

Reconnect to Your Community:
Liaison to Community Services

Let us guide you in connecting with physicians, Council on Aging, Community Wellness programs, contractors, attorneys, transportation and many other services  and providers that can help you stay safe and healthy on your life journey. Services can include meals, personal care assistance, nutrition, medical appointment transportation, community fitness programs and others.  Also, we will assist with long term and prevention plans such as disaster planning and emergency preparedness procedures.


We follow HIPAA guidelines.


Why Moxie?

Lack of fitness, decreased balance, increased dependence on others and chronic pain can result in hospitalizations, re-hospitalizations, falls and increased pain medication dependence all which have been proven to lead to loss of independence.

Moxie can help!  

We are not Physical Therapy - however, these individualized,  1-on-1 health and wellness plans are based on rehabilitative therapy concepts to increase your longevity at home.

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Benefits of MMT

  1. Decrease pain
  2. Increase strength
  3. Decrease depression
  4. Increase participation in Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
  5. In home fitness training based on physical and occupational therapy concepts
  6. Improve balance
  7. Improve the safety of your home
  8. Find connections and services in your community
  9. Friendly, compassionate trainers
  10. Customized plans to meet your individual needs

If You Have:

This Can Lead to:

  1. Decreased Fitness

  2. Balance Issues

  3. Need help from others

  4. Experience Chronic Pain

  5. Suffer Memory Loss

  1. Repeat Hospitalizations

  2. Falls

  3. Pain Medication Dependency

  4. Depression

  5. Loss of Home

  6. Death

Most Importantly,  You Feel A Loss of Your Independence

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Call Moxie to Get Moving!

Moxie Mobility Training, LLC

We bring individualized fitness and customized safety plans to you!

Moxie Mobility Training, LLC was born from personal experience and seeing the need in the community to help older adults improve and maintain their fitness.  Getting people moving is important to prevent rehospitalizations due to deconditioning and poor health, lack of education, lack of assistance, homes that aren't conducive to safety and decreased knowledge of support in the community.   At MMT, our motto is "Stay Strong & Safe" and we believe this is achieved through communities supporting each member through compassion, accessibility, education, fitness, philanthropy and fostering self-purpose.  Let us be your guide to keep you safe at home, happy, and on your own terms with the help you need.

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Kathy Clark, Founder

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Kathy has enjoyed treating patients since 2012 as a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant.  Prior to this career change, she obtained a B.S. in Psychology and Sports & Leisure, and a Master's in Sport Psychology.  Her specializations are Senior Fitness Instructor (SFI), Certified Fall Prevention Specialist (CFPS), Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT) and a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS).  As a PTA, her clinical experience includes settings such as Long Term Acute Care Hospital, Acute Care Hospitals, Outpatient Rehab Clinic, Inpatient Rehab Facility, Skilled Nursing Facility (short term and long-term care) and Home Health Care.  Kathy believes mobility is key to prevention.  Collaborating with others (clients, caregivers and community resources) who are motivated to find solutions to problems is her goal.

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Corie Trezon, PTA, CFPS, SFI, BS

Corie brings a fantastic career as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Licensed since 1996, she has experience in all facets of Physical Therapy from Inpatient to Outpatient. She has faced the challenge of taking care of her patients while battling an autoimmune disease.  After years of therapy to maintain her functional abilities, surgeries and loss of vision in one eye; she has learned first hand the importance of adaptation and accessibility. Corie’s adversities have given her bricks in the foundation of her passion to help others achieve their independence. Her dedication in helping others help themself has kept people moving at Charlton Memorial Hospital’s Acute Inpatient Unit for over 20 years.  Adding to the depth of MMT’s resources, Corie brings her expertise of creating a successful Home Safety program for the patients at CMH, has a BS in Health Education & Promotion, a certification as a Fall Prevention Specialist (CFPS) and is a Senior Fitness Instructor (SFI).  Now she is branching out to follow her dream of bringing Fall Prevention programs and Accessibility education, specifically on low vision and blindness, to her community.

MMT Service Area:
Current service area consists of the Southcoast area of Massachusetts (Wareham, Marion, Mattapoisett, Fairhaven, New Bedford, Dartmouth, Westport, Rochester, Achushnet) and Hingham/Hull.  Looking to expand in Massachusetts to
I-495/I-90 interchange area (Southborough, Westborough, Marlborough, Northborough, Hopkinton).


"Kathleen is a master body strength builder.  Her encouragement and gentle exercises have improved my posture, overall body strength and balance.  Two of my goals were to get myself out of a chair without the aid of my hands and to climb stairs  without the aid of a railing.  I have now accomplished both tasks.  


I am pleased to say my overall fitness has improved with strengthening my legs, arms, back, ankles, and neck movements.  My balance has improved because of the exercises.


Kathleen has covered all basis for not only Senior Health but for community information.  She checks on Senior Centers in your area and gives you information about the centers activities and services.  Kathleen helps with organizing medications, finding closest emergency shelter,  think about and plan for later life and end of life.  Check list sheets are there to be filled out and a “Who To Call” sheet is displayed on my refrigerator for quick reference.


The 'Moxie Mobility Training Program' has been a positive experience."

Betty T. 

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What is the cost of doing nothing?


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  • Falls can lead to depression, "feelings of helplessness, and abruptly change living situations (NCOA)


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  • Falls are the #1 cause of fatal injury among older adults, as well as having a profound impact on quality of life (NCOA)


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  • 90% of older adults want to age in place, but 85% have done nothing to plan for this.


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  • Over $50 Billion are spent each year on falls (NCOA)

  •  Average cost of a nursing home is $126,290/yr or median cost of $330 to $480/day in Massachusetts (SeniorAdvice)


  • One in four Americans aged 65+ fall each year (CDC)

  • 50% of fall survivors lose their independence (Brown, 2018)

  • Falls cause 95% of hip fractures (Brown, 2018)


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  • Fear of falling results in older adults limiting activities and social engagements and a decline in fitness (CDC)

Take action...Don't be a statistic

Exercise and Home Safety Assessments can decrease risk of falls and increase fitness (NCBI)

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