Personal Training & Corrective Exercise

Much of what we do in society destroys our natural movement, and our aim is to help re-educate your body to move as it was intended to. All in an effort to decrease your pain, improve your performance, and help your body heal itself. 

Developmental Movement

Getting back to basics by "reseting" your brain and body back to its optimal movement blueprint

Posture-Forward 

Training

Our training makes your posture a priority & aims to help you move as efficiently as possible while allowing your body to heal itself

Movement 

Education

Modern society ruins our posture, we provide you with actionable solutions for how to move better in your life

Play & Exploration

We believe enjoying the process, exploring your playful side and learning to make movement a part of life are one of the keys to longevity

Restorative Movement

What is Restorative Movement?


Restorative movement is exactly what it sounds like, techniques used to help restore your natural movement! Society and our suburban really cause us massive issues when it comes to our natural movement. We sit in chairs for 8 hours a day, we stare at screens constantly, we wear big clunky shoes. We go against our human biology with nearly everything we do and our movement and health is clearly suffering because of it.




What is an Exercise Physiologist?


Put simply, an exercise physiologist is a health professional that uses exercise/movement therapy and behavior change counseling to help improve the lives of those living with chronic conditions (type 1 diabetes for example).




Why does my Posture & Mechanics matter?


Improveing posture and movement is more than just "looking better" and "feeling better." While those are two forunate side effects of proper movement and mechanics, the way you live and move throughout the world plays a large part in determining your physiology (how your body works on the inside). This means that poor posture and movement leads to poor internal functioning of your body! Whether youre after peak performance or just freedom from pain, working to improve posture and movement are an important step in reaching optimal health.




What if I dont care about my posture, I just want to look good!?


Lucky for you, training to restore movement and posture often comes along with a side effect, improved aestetics! Moving more fluidly, improving your mechanics and even being able to stand up taller all lead to an overall healthier human being. A healthy human being is a good looking human being!