DreamBody Productions Personal Training

Meet Ashley

Ashley Lambeth, ACE-CPT, OE, FN

American Council on Exercise (ACE, CPT) Certified Personal Trainer
Orthopedic Exercise Specialist (ACE, OE)
Fitness Nutrition Specialist (ACE, FN)

Founder and Master Trainer

   Ashley’s journey into training began after many years in the fitness industry. Beginning as the Director of Concierge Services within the first open location of Raleigh-based fitness club, O2 Fitness, she quickly grew in the ranks to Assistant General Manager and Director of Sales. Upon leaving O2 in 2007, she started a career in executive level sales for local companies such as Curtis Media Group’s 96Rock and Alpheon Corporation. Years later she branched out of sales and into brand marketing and social media support as an independent contractor.

   Knowing all along that fitness was her true calling, she began her personal training career in 2011 after landing an internship at Independent Personal Training Studios.  July 5th 2012, DreamBody Productions was born. Soon after Ashley completed a second specialty certification program as an Orthopedic Exercise Specialist so she could focus on post-rehab, shoulder, lower back and knee pain as well as postural and mechanical maintenance of the joints.  Ashley continued in 2016 to add another speciality certification as a Fitness Nutrition Specialist, allowing her to develop proper nutrition guidelines for all of her clients.

  A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Ashley studied at Wake Technical Community College, and graduated with a Associates in Arts Degree, focus of psychology. She holds her fitness certification through the American Counsel on Exercise (ACE) as a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) and Orthopedic Specialist (OES/OS), Fitness Nutrition Specialist (FNS/FN).

    Ashley opened DreamBody Productions with one goal: to be successful in guiding her clients to create their goals, commit to their program and attain their DreamBody.

   “Each individual that walks through my doors will get my outstretched hand, and yes, it is ultimately up to them where they go from that point, but I intend to push them to new levels by hard work, dedication and teaching the confidence to believe in themselves and their body. I have faith in my programs, just like I have faith in my people. I believe in my clients, their education and safety and what their bodies can accomplish.”

– Ashley