I’ve been an athlete my whole life and I have struggled with my flexibility and mobility (T-spine, Hips). I started doing yoga and loved it but struggled with many of the postures (due to lack of flexibility).

The moment I was introduced to JOGA, I knew right away that I had found the solution for people like me. There was something about it that just made a whole lot of sense and my body felt safe the whole time I was in a session.

What I love about JOGA is that it not only prepares your body physically for competition, but it also prepares your mind, giving athletes tools they can use on and off the court/field/rink/track…

As a teacher and coach, I want to be able to give athletes the opportunity to become better movers/players/competitors and JOGA can do that. My mission is to share this knowledge/practice with young athletes in order to give them the edge they have been looking for.


“I was looking for something new and that made sense with how my players move. This is when I was introduced to JOGA, a movement based program to help my players recover and maintain strength and mobility without sacrificing time. I felt it was an effective way of training”


NBA Orlando Magic Head Strength and Conditioning Coach


“To be successful on the field, you have to be both physically and mentally prepared! I believe JOGA is the perfect blend of recovery, performance, and conditioning. I love JOGA because it not only makes my body feel better, but it allows my mind to let go.”


Wide Receiver and Kick Returner, Toronto Argonauts, CFL


“When trying to establish a foundation of strength JOGA segments 1 and 2 are very good for teaching the athlete balance and body control. This helps to increase strength and explosive power down the line.”


NBA Detroit Pistons Head Strength and Conditioning Coach