A Brain Based System
Our methods are anything but ordinary. We use a neuro-athletic approach to increase mobility, decrease pain, and develop precise control over movement.
All personal training clients start with a movement assessment to evaluate mobility and control at every major joint in the body. Together, we devise a plan and begin removing the road blocks that are preventing you from moving well. We strengthen body-brain connections by:
- Increasing joint range of motion, flexibility, and stability
- Improving sensation in “disconnected” areas (i.e. areas with scars, sites of past injuries, or surgeries)
- Improving vision and the vestibular system (yes, these can and need to be trained!)
Many fitness programs out there are focused on beating you up and breaking you down – depriving you of confidence, depleting your energy, and propagating outdated fitness myths. We believe the “no pain, no gain” mentality is completely outdated.
Discover how to custom tailor your fitness routines to train efficiently, effectively, and work with your nervous system without “overdosing” on exercise.
Technique > Tools
While we enjoy using an assortment of unconventional tools like the kettlebell, steel mace, clubs, rings, and medicine ball, we focus on the fundamentals that bridge the various movement worlds and modalities together.
Let us help you build and improve foundational movement skills, body positions, and techniques so you can master any tool you come across.
More Than Muscle
So, you want to work-out like a pro? Are you ready to recover like one?
The modern fitness industry bombards us with the latest and greatest workouts, trends, and hard-core methods that famous athletes or sports teams are using. What we don’t hear about is the resolute and uncompromising commitment to self-care, rest, sleep, and recovery that successful pro-athletes maintain in order to sustain grueling training programs. Becoming a stronger human means learning how to recover just as hard as you train.
Are you ready to take on our 1:3 Challenge?
We believe that for every one hour of high intensity work, it takes three hours of restorative or recovery work to bring you back to balance. Yes, that is a lot of rest. We didn’t say it would be easy.
Daily life is stressful. Some of that stress is useful, but a lot of it is spiking your stress hormones, like adrenaline and cortisol, and holding you back from peak performance and your fitness goals. The good news is that three hours isn’t as hard to rack up as it seems – join us for a restorative style class, meditate, take a bubble bath, get a massage, hang out in a garden, take a relaxing walk, or just get a few more hours of sleep (ok, maybe extra sleep is hard, but we’re here to help you figure it out!).