“Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world.”
This quote from the 16th century Japanese Buddhist philosopher, writer, and martial artist Miyamoto Musashi has always inspired me…
It reflects Musashi’s lifelong pursuit of expression through martial arts and contemplative philosophy.
I think of human movement as an art form — and like all art forms, the practice of focusing the mind and body to reflect and refine one’s expressive ability is an exercise of intellectual growth and bio-mechanical competency and possibility…
Pursuing mastery of our bodies through exercise is one of the most satisfying outlets we have. It is this expression that has fueled my lifelong love of martial arts — Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai being my favored forms.
I strive to teach mindfulness through movement and am deeply passionate about unlocking a person’s ability to grow both physically and mentally by overcoming the challenges of physical training.
Focusing on functional movement patterns and resolving movement dysfunction is a fascinating obsession that I have been studying for years.
As a lifelong learner, I have earned specialized certifications with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM); am a Functional Anatomy (FRC) Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist; am certified in The Integrative Corrective Exercise Approach; am certified as a Precision Nutrition PN1 nutritional coach; as well as a certified Bioforce Conditioning Coach.
Additionally, I am a competitive Muay Thai, Mixed Martial Arts, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athlete.
I am continuously enhancing my professional competencies across disciplines, cultures, research and training opportunities both here and abroad.
I specialize in one-on-one, semi-private, and group coaching.
If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you…