At MyoTopia, we help you get what you want from your body and mind.

We use the dynamic relationship between the nervous system and muscle contraction to maximize the effects of exercise. Whether recovering from muscle, joint, or connective tissue trauma, enhancing strength and endurance, or managing overall health, our innovative assessments and exercise prescriptions are customized to address the unique needs of our clients.  

To schedule an appointment please email Alex at alex@myotopia.com or contact us here.

 
 

Our fitness & health programs

Comprehensive Muscular Preparation (CMP) optimizes the performance of your neuromuscular system. CMP provides you with solutions to acute or chronic issues that may be impeding your strength, speed, endurance, or recovery from an injury. CMP gets your muscles ready to safely and comfortably participate in the activities you enjoy. 

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The Personal Health Directive (PHD)  is your comprehensive guide to achieving optimal performance/health and includes access to a team of fitness, wellness, and healthcare professionals.  Your PHD includes your CMP and much more. It is a plan that addresses everything you need to be at your best. 

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Before I started [the CMP program], my body constantly broke down and I was frequently visiting doctors for a variety of baseball-related injuries. Jacques is the only person who has been able to put me back together and keep me running. I have been injury-free and healthy since I first started seeing Jacques. I do not know where my career would be with out him.
— J.Y Hidden Hills, CA

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Continuing Education Courses

We offer a variety of stimulating courses for fitness, health care, and wellness professionals, that explore the practical application of neuroscience and biomechanics.

Force and the Nervous System® (FNS 1 & 2)

Resistance Training Specialist® (RTS)

Greg Roskopf's Muscle Activation Techniques MAT Jump Start®

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Upcoming Courses

Course Schedule
FNS2: Mindful Motion (Los Angeles)

Over 2.5 days, we will review and give more detail to the pathways that reveal how physical activities cause adaptations to your body and the brain. REGISTER HERE


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What does it take to change your body and mind? 

Physical activities shape your body by stimulating the tissues to adapt. It turns out that physical activity also shapes your brain. The crux of the matter is that the brain adapts specifically to how the activity is done. Under specific conditions, contracting muscles produce hormones that can change the structure of your brain and therefore, the products of your mind.

 

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