• Do you struggle getting your clients to buy into your process?

  • Do your clients struggle to master the basics?  

  • Have you been unable to get your results to stick long term?

  • Are you interested in developing your own model?

  • Are you interested in learning more about human mechanics?

If you are a clinician or coach, you have probably struggled with questions like these.  We all have.  But how would your career change if you were able to embrace these struggles and work through them with a mentor?


I know my career changed dramatically once I began my mentorships.  I no longer had to struggle alone, but could seek a trusted mentor and ask questions to help fill in my knowledge gaps.  This not only helped me with my understanding, but improved my efficiency.  


You want to get better now?  Find a mentor!  


A mentor has been in your shoes, pondered your questions, and failed in more ways than one.  But their failures are your success.  And a mentor is positioned to help you avoid the same failures.  


During the process of a mentorship you will be able to develop a filtering system that allows you to establish principled thinking and enhance decision making.  This will increase the chances of success rather than failure.  


It will also help you think for yourself.  A mentorship is more than just one person teaching and sharing wisdom with another.  A mentorship is intended to help you grasp a better understanding of reality through conversation, questioning, and even healthy conflict.  Mentors and mentees will have different opinions, but only when we bring differing opinions into the same room can we actually evolve in our understanding.


If this is something you are seeking and you want to create your own filtering system with principled thinking, let’s get started!

Here are some common outcomes:   

  • A better understanding of your principles to simplify the process

  • A better understanding of human biomechanics and pathomechanics

  • A better understanding of respiratory mechanics

  • More confidence in your assessment:  application and interpretation

  • More confidence in your exercise/intervention selection

  • More confidence in how you communicate with your clientele

What’s the structure look like?

Mentorship calls are 45 to 60 minutes long and will have a general theme based on a current area of study or interest.  Now I believe we learn best through questioning, so I encourage you to create a running list of questions to help facilitate and guide the conversation or even bring case studies to work through together.  Ultimately, I want you to find the answers to the questions you are asking so you can continue to grow professionally.  Once a session has concluded I will create and share a running document that recaps each mentorship call and highlighting the key points and resources discussed.