“Through Jay's gentle guidance, I have learned to approach movement from a place of true joy and empowerment. In addition to my fitness gains, I've experienced unexpected mental gains by reworking my relationship to my body and movement. My work with Jay has been life-changing.”
“I love training with Jay! I sought out his help to rebuild my health after finishing treatments for cancer. He met me exactly where I was and has continued to do so, steadily progressing our training in the months we've been working together. I've seen drastic improvement in my strength, endurance, flexibility and posture. Even my chiropractor asked what I was doing because I look taller and fitter. I'm in better shape now than before I even got sick! And I have a much stronger sense of body awareness. Our sessions are fun and I actually look forward to working out. In addition to being a fantastic trainer, Jay is a kind and caring human. I'm grateful to have him as a part of my self-care team and to consider him a friend.”
“I am in the best shape I have been in my 73 years. Jay urges me to do a bit more each session in a way that doesn't make me feel bad if I cannot do the exercise at first. Usually by the third try I have it. Most importantly he works a lot on balance which is key for a woman of my age.I cannot say enough good things about Jay Moran.”
"I am one of Jay's geriatric athletes - a 78-year-old male who has been making the thousands of daily accommodations to Parkinson's disease for a dozen years now.
Jay's approach is individualized to the student. He asks questions. He pays close attention. Is the student performing an exercise crisply compared to some previous time? Is he/she experiencing any pain?
Jay is always eager to discover new neural pathways, or reconstruct old ones, which can be used to improve ADL (activities of daily living) performance."