Finding a way to live happier and healthier is MORE than just looking at one part of your life. That's why we offer a service that addresses it all. 
We get into:
Enhancing Nutrition
Managing Emotions
Optimizing Fitness & Activity 
Improving Sleep
Building Self Esteem
and MORE!
Everything we do is customized and personalized to each individual. We take the time to get to know you, your current lifestyle, goals and environment.  That way, we can create a plan that works and CONTINUES to work for you!
Shanon Safi, RD, LDN
Owner, Dietitian, Trainer

Since she was young, Shanon knew she wanted a career in which she could make a difference in the lives of others. After working in hospitals and conducting research for a few years, Shanon realized the true importance of nutrition; she saw the way it changed lives.


She studied Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh and completed her post-graduate Dietetic Internship at the University of Louisiana.

As a fitness and powerlifting competitor,
she took interest in Sports Nutrition. This showed her how the fuel we give ourselves makes all the difference in our daily performance. This “fuel” was more than just food, it was also what we fed our minds. This is why Shanon believes it’s important 
to approach health from a nutritional and psychological standpoint.

Catherine Grimes, RD, LDN
Registered Dietitian

Catherine joined the Fuel the Fire team in June of 2020. She studied Dietetics and Nutrition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and completed her post-graduate Dietetic Internship at the University of Delaware.

Catherine has a broad range of experience in health & wellness, coming from a clinical outpatient counseling setting. 

She is passionate about food, nutrition, exercise and wellness. She is eager to share her experiences to help others grow into their best selves.

Derek Mattison, CSCS, USAW L-1
Head Personal Trainer 


Derek Mattison joined the fuel the Fire team as a fitness expert in June 2019. He graduated from Temple University with a BS in Exercise and Sport Science and is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Active throughout his life and playing many team sports, Derek realized his real interest was in the hard, gritty, physical work done in the weight room that enables the body to perform at optimal levels. He has experience training at all levels and has even helped with rehab for a Special Olympics powerlifting athlete.


His philosophy on training is that anyone willing to put in the time and hard work to be fit deserves to achieve better than average results. 

“I am excited to help as many people as I can reach their fitness goals, and am even more excited that I get to start here at Fuel the Fire. Not only are you getting the best nutrition advice possible, but you have the physical training and guidance needed to be better than average, and to be the best version of yourself.”

Kristina Rosario, RN
Buti Yoga Instructor 


Joining the Fuel the Fire team this February 2019 is Kristina! She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. So, some days you’ll see her in navy scrubs as a Registered Nurse and others you’ll find her leading a group fitness class. 

For close to 5 years, Kristina has been instructing group classes, holding certifications for Insanity Live and Rezist and was recently certified in Buti Yoga. She is all about that mind, body, and soul connection and challenging your flexibility while building muscle endurance. 

Gina Kelchner, MSLIS
Content Creator

Gina joined the Fuel the Fire team in October of 2018. She holds a degree in Library Science from Drexel University and her background includes extensive food, nutrition, health, wellness, and fitness research. She assists Shanon in creating information for newsletters, social media, and client handouts based on scientific fact.

Gina is a big believer in regular physical activity and knows her workouts benefit both body and mind. She does a lot of creative thinking when running and some of her best ideas come about while working up a sweat.