Alignment Essentials® (AE) is a health and wellness company spanning the fitness, self-improvement, self-empowerment, and mindful spaces.
We provide essential tools for empowering, inspiring, and guiding people on their journey of living in alignment.
Our belief that “we are all in this together” cultivates a strong connection within the Warrior family to support and encourage each other with no judgement.
Our philosophy of living in alignment leads with appreciation, compassion, and love because nothing is more important than that you feel good.
Our vision of empowering others to live their BEST life.
Jani Roberts – Owner
International Best-selling Co-Author | Entrepreneur | Fitness Expert & Professional | Nutrition Specialist | International Empowerment Coach & Presenter
Jani is currently the Owner of Alignment Essentials, LLC and is the creator of all of the Alignment Essentials® programming content including Warrior® Workouts, Moving Meditations™, Inspirational Conversations™ and all of the Alignment Essentials programming content. She is also host of the Living in Alignment Podcast – Inspirational Conversations for Living in Alignment.
Jani has over 40 years of experience in the health and wellness field and is a graduate of the American Academy of Nutrition, and has presented at IDEA, SCW, Rimini, IHRSA, CAN FIT PRO, AAAI, Lifetime Empowerment Events, Fitness Fusion, Club Industry, FILEX, FIBO, Nike and Adidas. Prior to creating Alignment Essentials, Jani was the Owner of RED Warrior Nation. Prior to RED Warrior Nation, Jani had a successful career as a performer with her husband and adagio partner, Johnny Roberts. They performed internationally in over 20 countries for over 15 years before retiring in Florida. She holds certifications with ACE, AFAA and NASM and is currently training at the Shamanic Institute of Healing. Jani travels extensively as a speaker and presenter, sharing her AE wellness tools and helping people find more joy in their lives.
Jani is author of the Living in Alignment My Story journals. A series of 4 volumes, each 90 days, and are used in the Living in Alignment program courses to help guide you to personal wellness.
Jani is co-author of the International best-selling book Navigating the Clickety-Clack, How to Live a Peace-Filled Life in a Seemingly Toxic World along with Jack Canfield, Bob Proctor and Christy Whitman.
When I was a little girl, I was so connected. To the trees, to the sky, to my family, to animals, to God. There was no doubt in my mind that life was beautiful and amazing. I knew it when I rode my pony, went sled riding in our backyard, rolled down the hill landing in a pile of leaves, and as I walked through the forest to visit my grandmother. I am so connected to all of this, I thought to myself. I could feel the trees breathing. God is good. I just knew it.
Then I grew up and while my heart held these beliefs close, I began unlearning these powerful truths. I started to pay attention to what other people said, thought, and believed. It became important to me although I really didn’t understand why. No one told me it mattered, it just seemed like it should. To be honest, I actually didn’t really like people that much. I liked animals. They were much easier to talk to and always loved me unconditionally even when I lost patience with them, unlike people.
My story has taken many turns, as I’m sure yours has as well. It’s been amazing, horrible, fantastic, and miserable. It’s been painful, lonely, and full of life, and it has come full circle. I have finally reconnected. Remember who I am: a little girl just figuring it out and trying to have as much fun as possible.
I’ve found that my patterns of behavior have created beliefs, some have served me; some not so much. But it’s good to understand what you don’t want or like as it brings you closer to understanding what feels right. I truly believe that the Universe loves me and knows my heart. I believe this to be true for each of us.
I know that I have not made mistakes nor has anyone else (this can be a hard truth to swallow cause them who ya gonna blame?) but I believe each of us is doing the best that we can with the tools that we are aware of.
Each day I build new beliefs, change patterns, and find new ways of thinking. I care less about what others think and more about how I feel. I remember to mind my own business and always try to treat others as I would like to be treated. This is my promise. And when I get stuck in the mud, I’ll do what I need to do. Even if it means leaving the shoes behind.
Each day I will work the practice. I will quiet my mind. I will listen. I’ll try.