Old enough to understand, young enough to help.
I’ve been a bicycle mechanic, dishwasher, cook, IT guy, English teacher, software engineer, environmental educator, and Yoga teacher – to name a few. At age 39, I devoted myself to a lifelong calling to be a healer. My toughest subject: myself. At 42, to make things tougher, I picked up a new sport: Brazilian Jiujitsu. We try to choke each other and break arms. Now at 46, I can usually tell my clients, “yeh, I’ve had that injury!”
I believe it’s never too late to turn things around, and I’ve helped people through it – even when they didn’t believe it themselves. The human body has a truly amazing capacity to heal itself. If you are already willing to think outside the box and to work hard, then what you need now is good information, and that is my passion.

I live and work with my wife, my son, and 3 dogs, on a hidden gem of a side-street in Knoxville, TN. I coach youth Jiujitsu and Cross Country, and my hobbies include powerlifting, rock-climbing, and exploring for ethnic food.
I have traveled to Indonesia, Borneo, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Kosova, Montenegro, Bosnia, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, UK, and Mexico. My observations of movement, posture and lifestyle across different cultures have profoundly influenced the way I work with clients today.