Do you want to be stronger but are concerned about injuring yourself in the process? 

Have you been unable to take on regular rigorous exercise due to problems, pain or injuries that arise when you do?

Are you already active but find your routine makes you chronically tight, stiff or more sore than you would like?

Do you wish that the exercise you did to stay fit also made you more mobile and comfortable in your daily life?

If you answered yes to any of the above, then Resilience Training may be right for you. If you answered yes to several, then it is very much worth your time.


Resilience is the middle ground between rehabilitation and pure strength training. It is a guided process for individuals with chronic or reoccurring musculoskeletal problems that limit their ability to consistently pursue regular exercise.

For some of us, attempts at an active lifestyle to the degree we desire has been difficult. For others, impossible.

Traditional rehabilitation in our health care system often times seeks to reduce the symptoms, but not address the underlying problem. As a result many people are forced to avoid activity for lack of better options.

More often that not it is not what you do, but how you do it.

If you have chronic pain or reoccurring problems that prevent you from regular, rigorous activity then Resilience is for you.

Common conditions that are addressed are:

Chronic or reoccurring back, shoulder, neck, hip, knee, ankle pain or instability.

Chronic muscular tension, stiffness or lack of flexibility.

Poor balance.

Exercise induced asthma.


The process relies heavily on the principles of the Postural Restoration Institute, which acknowledges both the inherent asymmetry to the human body, as well as the common compensatory patterns often seen. Essentially; we all twist, turn and lock out in predictable ways, and eventually it can contribute to problems.

As these compensatory patterns are managed, progression to a variety of strength and fitness activities is taken on, integrating this newly acquired body-awareness.

How far your strength and fitness is progressed is up to you; this process is collaborative and the end goals are yours.

Give enough time and effort, many great things are possible.

Although your own journey will be unique unto itself, to get an idea of what the process of Resilience Training may look like feel free to view the below video of a recent session.

Learning to Touch Ones Toes…Legally.


All sessions are one hour, with the exception of the 90 minute Initial Assessment when you and Noah first meet. That is longer in order to allow for both a comprehensive assessment of where you are at, while still leaving plenty of time to begin working on what needs to be addressed to reach your goals.


Contact Noah HERE to see if Resilience Training would be right for you.