My Approach

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I cut through the clutter of conflicting health information (that, let's face it, is totally confusing, unmotivating and unsustainable) and deliver a way of approaching health that you not only can do, but you want to do.


Maximize body and mind with nutrition and exercise

I help companies just like yours redefine a healthy workplace and a healthy workforce. Because work is part of life and health is a lifestyle, not a quick fix. Supporting a healthy workforce requires an approach more targeted, evidence-based, well-rounded and engaging than adding whole grain chips to the vending machine. My nutritional and fitness programs educate, inspire and engage professionals to build healthy bodies and resilient minds. And that makes for better business...and better lives.


  • Increased Energy
  • Balanced Immunity
  • Offset Chronic Illness
  • Enduring Strength


  • Clearer Mind
  • Reduced Stress
  • Improved Mood
  • Peace and Mindfulness

One coach.

Expert in fitness. Expert in nutrition. Expert in business.

Let's look at health in a more comprehensive way. I bring insights and approaches from several key disciplines to support optimal wellness and well-being.


We really have made the most simple, natural act in the world too complicated. Let me help you see the wonderful world of nutrition as your friend and not as your foe.
  • 1 Learn the what and when of eating
  • 2 Clear up food confusions
  • 3 Enjoy eating again


Most people thing of exercise as penance for losing weight or looking buff. But fitness is health: supporting circulation, reducing chronic disease and building the strength and vitality to live a full life.
  • 1 Pick the best method and routine to reach your goals
  • 2 Prevent injury
  • 3 Fit the fun into your life

Here's my story:

My life was planned out at a very early age. By age 13, I knew I wanted to work in advertising. I was going to move to New York City after graduating from Penn State to work in a top agency, and in a few years open my own advertising agency. The End.

So then why are you reading a website about Mandy Enright, the dietitian and corporate wellness expert? Well, life actually did go according to plan, but then it fell short. After climbing the ranks from Super Intern to Group Supervisor in the advertising world, I realized something important: I was MISERABLE. Despite a shoe collection I continue to envy to this day, my stress levels were through the roof, my health was in a bad place, and I was not a pleasant person to be around. I was a mess, and finding fitness and nutrition literally saved my life.

To combat stress and find a hobby outside of work, I started taking classes at a local kickboxing gym. I soon wanted to be awesome at kickboxing, so I hired the head trainer to teach me his ways. When he opened a new location of the kickboxing gym, he asked me to teach. And I laughed and said, “No way! I’m an Advertising Executive, not a fitness trainer.” But then, I figured, “What’s the worst that could happen?” Soon after, I was asked to coach a nutrition and fitness program at the gym and I started to feel the warm glow of helping people and the thrill of possibility: “What if? Maybe? Could I do THIS with my life?”

I was scared to leave the comfort and pay of my career for something new. I hemmed and hawed. A re-torn ACL and surgery finally made the decision for me. While recovering in bed, I formed a plan to learn everything about healthy living I could, from the fitness side and from the nutrition side. Four challenging years brought me a 4.0 GPA, a nutrition degree, and an RDN credential. My ACL recovery also drew me to my next big passion, yoga, and I began see how its focus on the mind-body connection dovetailed perfectly with my new role as a dietitian.

Throughout it all, I never forgot where I came from. I still love advertising and communications, and my brain continues to be wired for thinking of strategic approaches to promote brands. I gravitate towards communication and writing opportunities because that’s part of who I am.

Along with my newfound nutrition and fitness expertise, I now have a hero’s complex of wanting to save those I left behind. I feel it is my duty to go back and educate those working in Corporate America about how you can in fact be healthy working a demanding job and make YOURSELF a priority. I took the long and winding way to well-being, but I built a straight path for you.  

How I do it

I help over-booked, over-tired, over-everything professionals fall in love with good food and healthy movement. My programs deliver the facts and turn up the fun. 

Corporate Wellness

Brand Partnerships

Speaking Engagements



Don't let the yoga pants fool you. I know my science and I walk my talk.


  • Dietetic Internship Program — Rutgers University, MNT and Community Nutrition
  • MS — Montclair Stat University, Nutrition & Food Science (4.0 GPA)
  • BA — Pennsylvania State University, Advertising/PR


  • 300-hr Laughing Lotus Registered Yoga Teacher
  • Fly & Release Aerial Yoga Teacher Training
  • 200-hr Dharma Yoga Center Registered Yoga Teacher
  • Fitness OnBoard SUP Fitness
  • World Paddle Association Level 1
  • Bliss Paddle Yoga SUP Yoga
  • CKO Kickboxing


  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
    • NJ Chapter
    • Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition
    • Nutrition Entrepreneurs
    • Dietitians in Business and Communications
  • Chamber of Commerce
    • Jersey Shore
    • Holmdel Chamber
  • Eatontown Industrial Park Association
  • New Jersey Business & Industry Association


  • American Dairy Association North East
  • American Heart Association of NJ
  • NJ Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics
  • Produce for Better Health Foundation


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