If you have ever met Seth, you know he is unlike any other person in the world. After being in the field for over 10 years, he has devoted his work to helping people reach their goals, in many cases when they thought all hope was lost. His devotion goes above and beyond because he truly wants to see his clients dig deep to find what is in all of us, and that is determination and will power. In order to accomplish this, it means reaching outside of what is deemed the "normal" box and creating fun and innovative ways for anyone to reach their goals.
He has training in adaptive kinesiology, motor behavior control, movement anatomy, water exercises and other disciplines of science. He is also a Certified Pilates Trainer, a Certified Kaatsu Specialist, Certified in The Myofascial Device, as well as CPR and First Aide.
His abundant knowledge of the body, mind, and soul is in constant evolution. He never stops searching for more wisdom and tools to help others grow. His purpose is simple; Helping his clients dream big, work hard, and achieve their goals, all while having fun and smiling. You're never just a client with Seth, you become a friend.
Layla has a mind full of ideas to help those in need after studying under some the best professors at Cal State Fullerton, earning her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. Her passion for people and their wellbeing far exceeds what was thought possible and is also very contagious.
She lives by Ken Rivezza words, " Get comfortable being uncomfortable". That being said safety is her first priority and she is well versed in movement anatomy and exercise physiology.
She is also Certified as a Personal Trainer through AAAI-ISMA, CPR and first aid certified.
Layla loves to help people in any way she knows how to, and she continues to grow and learn everyday.
Jaclyn “Jax” Kuluris graduated from Stanbridge College as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2016. She has further education as well with a B.S. in both Kinesiology Pre-Physical Therapy and a B.S. in Speech in Hearing Science. She worked at United Cerebral Palsy with a wide range of ages from 0-20 y/o with diagnosis such as Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down Syndrome, Developmental Motor delays, and many more. She also worked at Goodwill Fitness Center an Out-patient Neuro clinic for 2 years working with a wide range of populations from Stroke, SCI, TBI, MS, GBS, and many more. She enjoys utilizing her continued education knowledge of facilitation and training in NDT (Neuro developmental treatment) with a functional approach. She loves to teach caregivers and family members approaches to increase strength and independence throughout her client’s daily lives for the best possible outcomes.
She recently has become very frustrated with insurance companies stating “they no longer qualify for continued PT” and believes continued strengthening, mobility, and training is needed even after the insurance companies say they will no longer pay. Therefore, she truly believes in the concepts of “Bridging the Gap” after Physical Therapy is no longer being offered. She has a big heart for her client’s and feels blessed to work in such a beautiful field of work to truly change lives of not only her clients but her client’s families and friends. She enjoys weightlifting, snowboarding, SUPing, hiking, and camping.
She is constantly motivated by her clients who overcome hurdles incomparable to those of her own and commonly finds herself asking “Who is truly motivating who?”
Jake has been working in the neurologic rehab and training field since 2013, in various internships, jobs and volunteer opportunities. He focuses his training in functional movement capacity with a goal of improving the every day life of his clients.
Jake is a graduate from Sonoma State University, with a degree in Kinesiology, with an emphasis in Exercise Science. He continued his eduction by obtaining certifications with ACE personal training, Precision Nutrition and Functional Movement Systems. Jake started playing baseball, football and soccer at a young age, which helped him obtain a NCAA scholarship in baseball. Later in his college career, Jake picked up rugby and was provided with an opportunity after college to play at an amateur - professional level.
In his free time you will find him at the beach, on the slopes snowboarding, in the gym, or spending time with his friends and family. Jake uses his passion, physical abilities, education and sport experience to motivate and assist his clients in their quest to achieve their goals.