TAC Wellness Therapists & Nutritionists
NPTI Personal Trainer, NPTI Nutritional Consultant, Z-Health
Trainer, Functional Aging Specialist
As a graduate of the National Personal Training Institute in Lakewood, CO, Bryan has been exposed to clients of all walks of life. In the past 10 years of training experience, he's found his niche in helping others to lose weight and keep it off. After an 80 pound weight loss of his own, he not only knows what it's like to be uncomfortable with where you're at, but how to get to where you want to be.
Having and evolving interest in fitness and nutrition education, Bryan is always learning and improving his training skillset to provide the latest and most up-to-date science-based approach to getting his clients results. Whether the goal is weight loss, performance enhancement, strength building, or movement fluidity, Bryan has ample experience as a trainer and a coach to help you achieve those goals.
Bryan's philosophy is simple, "You don't need more, you need better." Too often we go through the motions trying to get results, and too often we fall short of our own expectations. When looking at any health or fitness goal, there may be a multitude of paths to get there, so let's choose the one that's right for you.
Lisa S. Paige
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)
The RFV became my home in 2010 when I moved here from the Front Range. As the lead dietitian in a local hospital, I became aware of the need for our community to have access to professionals trained in evidence-based medical nutrition therapy.
For many people, the image of a dietitian is someone in a white coat who hands out the menu at the hospital. As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Health Coach, I assist people with the lifestyle and nutrition changes they want to manage their medical conditions. I specialize in nutrition for Adult and Pediatrics Weight Management, Chronic Disease Self-Management, Emotional Overeating, Cancer Survivorship, and Healthy Aging. I’m happy to be on the team at TAC!
When not working with clients, I enjoy the incredible outdoor playground we live in! From hiking 14ers to music festivals, I’m loving it all.
My name is Mark Henderson and I am a Massage Therapist and Bodyworker in practice since 1984.
I offer you customized therapy treatments, depending on your goals, be they for relief of pain, posture improvement, exercise recovery, movement enhancement, injury prevention, or relaxation.
I work with the most effective techniques from Neuromuscular Therapy, Structural Integration, Sports Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Swedish Massage, and others.
I look forward to helping you to reach your goals.
Neal has been a full time, practicing Massage Therapist since his graduation from the Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy in 1994. During that time, he has worked both abroad (Israel, Mexico, Argentina and the Dominican Republic), as well as here in the United States. Neal specializes in the relief of chronic pains through Myofascial Release, Manual Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage and Structural Integration. His style is a unique combination of techniques gathered over his years of experience and trainings; geared toward achieving a structural balance of the body.
He believes that many common pains and joint restrictions are due to soft tissue imbalances that can be corrected with Manual Therapy and Bodywork. A firm believer in continuing education, Neal enjoys taking relevant classes on a yearly basis to enhance his knowledge and skill set.
Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Neal chose to settle in the Roaring Fork Valley in 2002 after years of working abroad. When he's not at work, he loves getting outside to enjoy the amazing outdoor activities that this valley has to offer. He is also an avid cook and an eager world traveler. Schedule an appointment with Neal today and see how he can help you move and feel better, and reach your fitness goals along the way.
Certified Personal Trainer
Alicia Talbot is a Certified Personal Trainer with 20 years experience coaching adults and children in a variety of activities including skiing, mountain biking, and soccer. Winter is one of her favorite seasons when she can be on the slopes teaching skiing. Core strength, balance, flexibility, and cross training are skills Alicia likes to focus on for injury prevention, athletic performance and day to day activities. She also believes nutrition plays a huge role in reaching fitness goals. Alicia’s true passion is sharing her love of being active with her students and coaching them to meet their health and fitness goals. Her other certifications include; PIYO Live, TRX, and she is a certified Health Coach.
Group Class Instructor
She learned quickly out of collage that she can't do what she loves if she did not spend time consistently focusing on her personal health and wellness. So after 10 years in the hospitably industry, she quit her job, got her Personal Training and Health Coaching Certifications and help start The Aspen Clinic. That was 5 years ago. Today, Amanda is still committed to inspiring, cultivating and celebrating health and vitality throughout Colorado. Her aim with TAC is to assist individuals and organizations in total health and encourage awareness of health related issues to empower individuals to lead a healthier and fuller life.
Her life motto is: "Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. EXPLORE. DREAM. DISCOVER."
Personal Trainer/Instructor/Specialist in Fitness Nutrition - I.S.S.A.
In late 2014, Parker moved to the Roaring Fork Valley, leaving behind New Jersey where he had called home for most of his life. Sports and fitness were always a dominant part of his life growing up and continued through college where he was a two-sport athlete. In 2015, he decided to take his life’s passion for fitness and turn it into a career by becoming a certified personal trainer.
Parker’s training philosophy is based around empowering people through movement. “I like to use exercise movements as a Trojan Horse of sorts to help teach people how to move, not just in the gym, but through life. Nobody wants an hour-long lesson on how to sit in a chair, but teaching someone how to squat ends up transferring to their daily movement patterns outside of the gym. I think it’s important for a one-hour training session to positively affect the other 23 hours of their day. I love the opportunity to help people move through the world on their terms and without limitations.”
Outside of the gym Parker spends his time with Max, his new puppy and is working towards a nutrition certification from the Nutrition Therapy Institute in Denver. Additionally, he is a board member and advocate for Aspen Strong, a non-profit promoting mental hygiene and connecting mental health resources to people living in the RFV.