We have a passion for human movement in any size, shape or form. We want to inspire and empower you through movement, to move better, feel better and perform better, at life and in athletic performance. 

We are human movement specialists. We specialize in chain reaction biomechanics, manual therapy and sports performance with over 25 years in athletic competition. 



Geof Myers, MS, FAFS

Geof’s experience as an athlete, coach, Kinesiotherapist, and Sport Performance Analyst started early in his life, beginning his journey in 1988. His athletic résumé includes a record of achievement and excellence in youth, prep school, and collegiate sports such as baseball, hockey, football, and soccer.

He is a Fellow of Applied Functional Science with The Gray Institute. He also holds a B.S. degree from CSU-Long Beach in Kinesiotherapy and Physical Education, along with various certifications and honors in human movement and sports performance, as a coach and as an athlete. 

This sets Geof apart and has allowed him to influence numerous athletes’ performances, from the Olympics, World Series, Tennis & PGA events, NFL, to local parks, rinks, and fields, and he works daily with the nation’s elite tennis players at the Woodbridge Tennis Club. Serving as a strength and conditioning coach for Camp Nolan Ryan was an honor, the experience has left a tremendous impact on his life and career. 

“Acquiring and sharing knowledge is my priority, we all learn from someone or somewhere. My goal is to empower you to define and reach your “Ideal Health” in an enjoyable manner, with sustained results for life. There are numerous ways to achieve your goals, let’s find your path...and start your journey.”

• Fellow of Applied Functional Science

• Kinesiotherapy degree

• Sports Performance Analyst

• Tennis Movement & Skilling Coach

• Functional Golf Specialist 

Geof competed in hockey, soccer, baseball, football, basketball & volleyball starting at the age of 5 through his college career and he has been a recreational tennis player since childhood. Geof has been working with athletes and sports teams in various sports for over 25 years. 

Shannon Myers, MS, FAFS

Shannon came to California from Hawaii in 2001. She grew up by the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and has been active and fit since she can remember with a love of nature, animals and a sense of adventure. Her most physical challenge was in Hawaii when she was a stroker for the Napilli’s Outrigger Canoe Club during the 42 mile International Wahine O Ke Kai race. Her lifestyle led her to model for swim & sportswear calendars and catalogs with features in Muscle & Fitness and Oxygen magazines. Amongst her favorite things are outdoor adventures, traveling, golf, dancing, theater, reading and spending time with family, her husband and their chocolate lab, Trigger. The craziest excursion she’s experienced was skydiving and bungee jumping with her brother on the same day in Caines, Australia. Her sense of adventure grew into a passion for movement and her journey into movement science. 


Shannon has been a student of movement since 2003 and started her studies in Chain Reaction Biomechanics in 2004 under world renowned physical therapists, Dr. Gary Gray and Dr. Dave Tiberio. She holds a B.S in Kinesiology from California State Fullerton and an M.S. in Applied Functional Science with the Gray Institute. In 2011 she became a Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS) which demonstrates her competency for assessing movement, training and conditioning, rehabilitation and injury prevention. 

Her curiosity prompted her to understand movement internally. She has been studying and continues to study the significance of fascia (connective tissue) and its influence on how we move. She began her schooling in manual therapy in 2012 under world renowned movement and manual therapist, Lenny Parracino, CMT, FAFS in Funtional Soft Tissue Transformation (Lenny is the soft tissue therapist for the Clippers). She has since broaden her manual therapy practice by studying Dr. Ida Rolf’s work and has since become a Board Certified Structural Integration Practitioner (soft-tissue therapy). 

She’s been running her business, The Athletic Movement Club, at The Pacific Club since October 2004. She works with the members on a daily basis for joint and tissue health with a focus on mobility, 3d movement, strength, performance and manual therapy. She’s has successfully helped members with acute and chronic pain and joint rehabilitation: ankle/foot, knee, hips, back, shoulders, elbows, wrists, neck, etc. and ailments such as SI joint pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel and tennis/golfers elbow, etc. Shannon is dedicated to learning and growing as a movement practitioner and wants to empower you to be your best, to move better, feel better and perform better.

• Fellow of Applied Functional Science

• Kinesiology degree

• Functional Soft Tissue Transformation Practitioner

• Board Certified Structural Integration Practitioner

• FRC Mobility Specialist

• Functional Golf Specialist