Reclaim natural movement and build physical and mental strength for a healthy, balanced lifestyle. 



We enjoy sharing information with the community, including corporate organizations, non-profits, groups, schools, teams and coaches.

Learn and Be Energized

To share information about food, fitness and strategies for success, we offer:

  • Lunch-and-Learns at your business
  • Speciality workshops at your gym  / business
  • Becoming Bulletproof Series for First Responders
  • Programming for all ages/grades/teachers/
    students in the classroom
  • Heath Fair and Trade Show participation
  • Customized presentations to meet organizational goals
  • Ice breakers at events
  • Team-building


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Our offerings are hands-on at your location or ours … meaning the participants will move (gently) in comfortable clothing and shoes.

We provide or direct you to resources for follow-up and further education.

Where appropriate, we provide food and snacks to share our passion for healthy eating.

We bring our own fitness tools or we can use what you have on hand.


Our presentation can include team-building components and explore topics such as teamwork, adaptability, creativity, fear, leadership, goal-setting, collaboration and communication.

We can present at your location or at ours. We can customize the content and accommodate groups from 5 - 200.

Contact us for a quote or for more information.




Becoming Bulletproof with Fitness and Food

Using Natural Movement and Kettlebells to Rehab

Using the Functional Movement Screen


  • Presentations
  • Hands-on Movement
  • Outdoor Challenges
  • Corporate Fitness Center programming
  • Parks or Urban area exploration with movement 
  • Conference Movement Breaks


"Learned a lot about myself and how to be active outdoors."

"Enjoyed everything about the activities we did -- especially being outdoors for the entire day -- climbing, jumping and getting to know each other in a new way."

"Expected the activities to be boring, but loved the group and individual physical challenges -- really wouldn't have changed a thing."