"For many clients, finding me is the result of years of work. They come to me with a great desire to heal. Conventional methods can take an individual only so far, after that it is time for them to dive deeper into themselves. I strive to empower individuals. I can only speak from my experience of undergoing great healing - both physically and emotionally - a process that created a keen level of discernment for me to choose the most effective tools that have worked for me, and these are what I pass along. Once beginning, these very effective tools demonstrate the process of bodily and mental awareness.
Three pillars of a good training system: Strength, Healing and Technical Endeavor. My mission includes empowering people to heal themselves - with the simple tools that I have learned. I have seen reverses in ongoing chronic pain due to - debilitating joint pain, indigestion, poor libido, blood clots, kyphosis/lordosis poor posture. Not to mention the healing of my own autoimmune disorder that is now in remission - psoriasis.
All the physical symptoms contribute to mental fog. In otherwords, physical pain is most often accompanied by a certain degree of emotional entanglement. Just as the tiny fascial fibers become knotted in a tight shoulder, so too, our identities can be bound up - and I have seen both heal in tandem. What a relief to begin training back to a state of neutrality. The solution starts very simple, with fascial release.
Most people deal with a set of compromising issues, and addressing one imbalance correctly, creates a positive ripple effect in the entire biomechanic structure of the individual. So, why am I successful where other people are not? The failure in other types of training and treatment is their inability to properly address the root of structural movement dysfunction."
Certified Functional Patterns - Human Foundations
Certified Personal Trainer, National Acedemny of Sports Medicine
Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Alliance
Certified Barefoot Training Specilaist, Evidence Based Fitness Academy
MA, Johns Hopkins University