Due to the current risk of COVID-19 we encourage all patients who are sick, or experiencing symptoms such as fever, trouble breathing, coughing to email (info@thecenterofmvmt.com) and reschedule. We would also like you reach out if you have had any recent international travel or exposure to large groups (conferences, airports large workshops etc.) and we will decide together if it makes sense to reschedule your session for another time. This is for our safety and the safety of our patients, appreciate your understanding and honoring of this policy.

Chiropractic

Our Mission is to get you out of pain, educate you on how to stay out of pain, and show you that you are much stronger, faster, and more agile than you give yourself credit for. We want to empower you to make good choices for you and your family, and help you realize that there is so much that you can do to improve your quality of life through manual adjusting, soft tissue work, cupping, therap... Read More

Our Mission is to get you out of pain, educate you on how to stay out of pain, and show you that you are much stronger, faster, and more agile than you give yourself credit for. We want to empower you to make good choices for you and your family, and help you realize that there is so much that you can do to improve your quality of life through manual adjusting, soft tissue work, cupping, therapeutic exercise, foundation training and whatever else it takes to regain that quality of life status that you deserve.

Whether you are a CrossFit athlete, rugby player, weekend warrior, laborer or desk jockey, our purpose is to be your main resource for improvement of movement, health & quality of life.


Movement Education

1 on 1 or small group movement education pulling from many different practices to empower you and help you move and feel well! Practices include but are not limited to: Animal Flow, Foundation Training, Yoga, Strength & Conditioning, Rehabilitative Movement Practices.

Bobby was born and raised in the Twin Cities. He participated in a variety of sports growing up, and wrestled his four years at the University of Wisconsin- La Crosse. He graduated from UWL with a B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science- Fitness, with a Strength and Conditioning and Nutrition emphasis. Post Undergrad, Bobby worked with a number of athletes and sports teams, in both a coaching and strength and conditioning capacity, before attending Northwestern Health Science University. While earning his Doctorate of Chiropractic from NWHSU, he completed hundreds of extracurricular education hours in nutrition, functional movement patterns, manual therapy, exercise prescription, and functional neurology.

After graduating from NWHSU in 2018, Bobby worked at an integrated sports clinic in the south metro. There he had the opportunity to work with professional and collegiate athletes as well as weekend warriors. His post graduate studies have included running gait analysis, conservative treatment of Temporomandibular issues (TMJ), and the conservative management of headaches.

Helping patients to achieve their health goals is one of Bobby’s passions. He is also an avid climber, trail runner, skier, camping/hiking and overall outdoor enthusiast! He has a passion for building strong relationships. Bobby loves to facilitate adventures that allow his friends and family to enjoy the outdoors with him. Bobby’s ideal weekend would be spent in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area with his fiancé, Erin and their Retriever Mix Pup, Sully.

Bobby was born and raised in the Twin Cities. He participated in a variety of sports growing up, ... Read More

Alyssa has been a NASM certified CPT since 2018. While she works with clients of all types and abilities, Alyssa was inspired by her own fitness journey to offer a Trauma Informed approach to movement instruction and personal training. Alyssa’s approach is body inclusive, and she takes an active stance against societal constructs and fitness culture that place the value and worth of a human in cosmetic differences or the amount of sweat you produce, and instead prioritizes connecting to the individual needs of your body and honoring your nervous system.

Not only is Alyssa trained to work with people who have various strength, mobility, and wellness goals, she is also trained to recognize how trauma lives in the body and how that may come up during a movement session. Her Trauma Informed approach is one of compassion, curiosity, and collaboration, as she emphasizes that a person has a choice in what their experience of movement and fitness is.

Her experience working with the human body began with children with developmental disabilities. Since 2012, she has closely collaborated with therapists and other professionals to create and implement full time at-home strategies for the children in her care to build on existing physical capabilities, create environments to support movement development, and stimulate connections within the body to gain strength and confidence in their movement and daily activities. This experience inspired Alyssa to want to support a greater number of humans in honoring the individuality of human health, discovering the healing power of movement, and working with the nervous system to develop a sense of safety, connection, and strength within the body that carries over into the world outside of a movement session.

When she’s not working, Alyssa can usually be found in the mountains with her husband, or snuggling with her dog or tiny human friends!

Alyssa has been a NASM certified CPT since 2018. While she works with clients of all types and ab... Read More

Tiffany’s love of the human form started in 2005 when she completed her first 200hr Yoga training and she has been hooked on the path of body and movement education ever since. Tiffany has a wealth of experience and training in various modalities including: Yoga, Conscious Embodiment, Holistic Ayurvedic Counseling, AAS Therapeutic Bodywork, Functional Range Conditioning, and PhysiYoga to name a few.

Her rigorous study of the human body has led her to understand the body as an autobiography, unconsciously written in the present moment with past thoughts, emotions and movements that linger to distort the body and mind. She believes that with a nuanced understanding of how the body works, you can more consciously become the author of your body’s story with movement, bodywork and breath as both the pencil AND eraser. Tiffany’s desire is to give each client, or student the tools necessary to facilitate the limitless transformation that movement & bodywork can bring. When she’s not teaching, seeing bodywork clients or experimenting with movement in her own body, she is likely playing in nature, walking the lakes, trail running, slack-lining, paddling boarding, climbing and hanging anywhere she can.

Tiffany’s love of the human form started in 2005 when she completed her first 200hr Yoga training... Read More

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