Whether you are looking to rehabilitate after an injury or surgery, build health and confidence through a dedicated movement practice, or prepare for competitive athletic events/seasons, our coaches have the knowledge, expertise, and training methodologies to help you meet your goals.
Our coaches have unique skill sets and training approaches, but they are all guided by the philosophy that movement training should be about improving the relationship with the body, not dictating to (or punishing) the body. At DPPS, our goal with training is the same as with everything we do: to help you become the most integrated, functional, and resilient version of yourself . . . physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Our coaches are not only well-versed in numerous training methodologies and movement skills, but are also manual therapists who have a unique way of blending Integrated Therapy within the context of a movement-centered practice. Having knee pain while you squat? Our coaches can parse out the neurological cause of the pain, clear it out of your nervous system or provide manual tissue therapy, and have you squatting again pain-free, all within a few minutes during a training session. Our integrated approach to training is what separates us from any other training facility in Colorado.
We offer training in both private (1-on-1) as well as semi-private (2-4 people at a time) scenarios. Every client who commits to private training is given a thorough initial assessment at no extra charge ($250 value), provided an individualized custom training program that includes homework and recovery exercises, and has access to our video database containing 300+ exercise videos for continued support and education.
To learn more about our coaches and their unique perspectives on performance training and rehabilitation, visit Our Team page.
Initial Movement Assessment (90-120 min) – $250
Assessments are a vital part of the training process. Without a good assessment, you leave your health and overall results to chance. A good assessment should identify potential physical and mental roadblocks, uncover weak links in the nervous system, and provide the client with a clear sense of direction. This is accomplished via a thorough training and injury history, palpatory, joint, and muscle testing, and a screen of the foundational movement patterns.