I have always been fascinated with the cycle of learning and the development of physical and analytical skills. During a period of mixing a full-time job with a "weekend warrior" schedule, I experienced recurring aches/pains and physical restrictions, and thought nothing more than to have grit and push through the pain.
Eventually, I suffered a non-contact ACL tear at a amateur karate competition and experienced many of the biggest losses in my adult years.
I attempted to understand what happened, and after a lot of trial and error, I have learned a lot since. In that time, I regained my mobiilty, passed my Black Belt and Instructor gradings, became certified as a Mobility Specialist, and became a highly-valued IT professional and administrator.
In sharing my day-to-day progress, personal training, and professional endeavors, I started receiving a lot of requests for coaching, mentoring, and problem-solving. I am so grateful for the opportunities to make a positive impact in their lives.
So how can I help?
Please be advised of some changes to our appointments / availabilities within the upcoming weeks.
And we hear you!
The most common feedback we receive is that CARs are skillsets that require "constant review". We are at the early stages of the discovery process to offer an online class dedicated to CARs.
If you are not yet enrolled in one of our programs, and are interested in this online CARs class, please complete the form below!
As a family, we're slowly returning to a normal routine, which includes having our dojang / training space available after renovations.
I've experienced two major breaks into my personal practice. It amazes me how this time, natural movements and an internal focus make such a positive impact in the transition back from time off. Remembering the previous lessons learned, and always a work in progress.
Here's a preview into my personal practice: experiencing Dangsoodo inResONEnce.
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