One on One Coaching
I offer in person and remote one on one coaching that includes movement analysis and program design, providing you the tools necessary to enhance your movement potential, improve athleticism, and move through pain!
Want to learn how to provide better care for your athletes and clients?
My mentorship program is rooted in science and over 10 years of exploring movement with the human body. The goal of this method and philosophy is train providers and coaches to think differently through the process of movement discovery.
Want to learn more about your body, the way it moves, how to get yourself out of pain, and empower your performance in life and sport?
Check out my offerings on everything from the foot and ankle up to the neck and shoulder!
This mentorship program last 6 months and is comprised of 12 modules that include Conscious Communication, Pain Science, Medical Screening, Foundations of Strength and Conditioning, Movement Analysis (Foot and Ankle - Spine and Trunk - Upper Extremity), Biomechanics, Breathing, Integrated Manual Therapy, and Principles of Program Design for Rehabilitation, along with special topics of Tendinopathy Training and Pelvic Floor Health.
Shooting Sports Training:
Pain and injury are the two most common reason why athletes stop training for or participating in their sport.
The purpose of this training program is to bring awareness to your body and expose limiting factors holding you back from training and performing at your highest potential.
My goal is to help you understand why we experience pain, how to move your body in a way that reduces your risk for pain and injury, while improving your bodies' capacity to handle the training volume (endurance) required to enhance your sport specific skill of shooting for any discipline.
I intend to empower you to take responsibility and control over your own body, and to do the work necessary to keep it healthy, durable, and strong for a long career of shooting...whether that be for sport or recreation.
This training program can be used as a stand alone routine to keep your body moving well, AND as a warm up or preparation prior to practice or competition.