The Journey Begins

John Tai has practiced Massage Therapy since 1997.  He was alway keen to learn how to look after his body and to stay in the game by managing injuries from sports. After several motor vehicle accidents, he found Massage Therapy as a means of learning how to better his knowledge and function. This wasn’t enough; he pursued guidance in a variety of physical and mental training: Pilates, Yoga, meditation and fitness.

John aspired to share his experience with other and later met Allison who “inspired movement.”

Allison had just regained her function after a server accident where she was rear-ended by a Chev Avalanche while cycling on the highway.  She broke many bones and had widespread muscle and nerve damage. When they met, Allison had already participated in a Half Ironman after her accident and was in training for a 100 mile running race.

To learn about recovery and establish credentials to teach others, Allison pursued certifications in many fitness disciplines.

The couple found obstacle racing, which helped them both reach their respective physical excellence.

Now they look to share “inspired movement” with everyone so everyone can over come their life obstacles..

Feature image above, Pacana Caldera, 5000m above see level Hwy 27/52 from San Pedro De Atacama, Chile to Salta, Argentina. Transcontinental tour of South America, Lima Peru to Buenos Aires Argentina to Rio De Janeiro Brazil.

Image below, yoga and fitness with Dominica Orphanage,
Santo Domingo Dominican Republic November 2008. Screen Shot 2018-08-07 at 12.42.42

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton



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