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Tommy John III

 

Tommy John is a teacher, perpetual student and a leading, unapologetic voice across the globe in human performance, health and truth. A former professional athlete and published author, Tommy is both scholar and educator, patient and facilitator, private and general. Not only does he work with clients worldwide through virtual rehab/performance sessions, he also owns and operates the Tommy John Performance and Healing Center in San Diego with over twenty-one years of clinical experience. He's impacted countless lives guiding people to relearn how to harness their innate capacity to be able to adapt and thrive in this lifetime at any age and at whatever level accountable and responsible humans desire. 
 

 At the core of this work, his students relearn what it is to be truly sovereign and free within their bodies through movement no matter their current state of being or healing response. The human being's greatest power is its ability to adapt and thrive to any situation or environment. When we understand these liberties were never taken, our bodies self heal, regenerate and adapt to actualize any vision, dream or desire.

PRESENTATION 

THE POLITICALLY INCORRECT WAY TO HEAL ALL INJURIES THROUGH MOVEMENT: HUMAN? MOVE. OLDER HUMAN? MOVE MORE. INJURED HUMAN? MOVE MOST.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21

  •  How and why all injuries occur

  • What is training to the human and why does it have nothing to do with fat loss or heart health

  • Why passive treatments like massage, lasers and body work delay and retard healing of soft tissue injuries

  • Why are walking, biking, jogging, hiking, chasing kids and farming not considered training

  • What is movement and why is it so vital

  • Why age, level of function and ability are never to be considered when healing through movement

  • How to utilize movement to heal from any injury to a level greater than before the event occurred

  • In presentation experiential demonstrations of these principles

  • Q and A if time allows

  • Bring a friggin' notebook