Performance Specialist, Massage Therapist
Luke’s passion with the psychosomatic arts began with a study of psychology, where he began to explore the relationship with and interplay between the body and mind, and understanding it more so as one unit, the bodymind. By intentionally working with the neuromuscular reflexes and effectively eliciting hormonal stimuli, the efficacy of the session is improved. By incorporating elements of Shiatsu and Activated Isolated Stretching into the preparation and inter-set recovery, the quality and grace of the movement is optimized.
EXOS Performance Specialist
Nationally Certified Massage Therapist, Sedona School of Massage
B.A. psychology, Eastern Washington University
From his experience with elite triathletes, NFL and Combine players, a Team USA Rugby player, and a nationally ranked fencer, he is a proponent of training smarter, moving more gracefully, and having the humility and growth-oriented personality to seek a coach.
His coaching style incorporates video analysis with kinesthetic cues to optimize your form, and for instilling in you the autonomy that you can confidently train yourself and your family.
Fall is for cyclocross. Winter is for building strength in the gym and XC skiing, Spring is for summiting peaks and running. Summer is for swimming in the Deschutes and backcountry camping.