Growing up in eastern Colorado was simple down home living for the younger version of myself. You would find me swimming, eating at barbecues, and playing baseball in the summertime, followed by football, piano, and school. Running track in the spring was a favorite of mine and earning a few extra bucks at my after school job washing dishes, and mowing lawns helped me have fun with my friends.
Later on, I worked many years in the restaurant business and learned the principles of entrepreneurship that would carry my career to the present.
In January 2004 I sustained a life threatening injury in a car crash that would prove to be my greatest catalyst to reinvent myself. Mentorship, teachers, spiritual life, energy sessions, and meditation started appearing in my life. I used these valuable tools to transform my career, spirituality, relationships, and health. I continue to use these valuable tools to empower my family and clients.
Near Valentine’s day 2005, my wife and I decided to make a life together and by February 2009 our son was born to us.
By November of 2008, my wife and I started a spiritual healing group online. For the years to come we were able to assist many people to transform their lives and heal their emotional injuries and perceptions of life.
I started my own business immediately after graduating from Denver School of Massage Therapy in August of 2014. Over the years RTB has taken on a life of its own! Every day I’m presented with the opportunity to help people young and old with their energetic and physical injuries.
My typical week is filled with helping clients transform their injuries, cooking dinner for my family, plus activities such as hiking, traveling, watching movies and sports on the weekends. I enjoy Taekwondo, fishing, tickle fights and games with my son. I do home improvement projects with my wife, play with my cats, and attend bodywork and energy seminars to sharpen my skills. My life continues to become increasingly full and the richness that comes from engaging with life more fully allows a gratitude that permeates everyone I come into contact with. It’s my hope that the transformation that my life continues to embody can help inspire those who wish the same for themselves.