Currently, he co-owns Advanced Rehabilitation Services, an outpatient physical therapy practice in Kalispell, MT. He is also a student in the art of balancing family, business, and training demands. Brian lives with his wife, Heidi, and two sons, Reed and Kyle, in Kalispell, MT.
Jamie Lynn has over 13 years in the wellness industry. Her career began in 1997 as a Massage Therapist. In 2005, Jamie Lynn certified as a Personal Trainer and Wellness Coach. Her personal journey to health awakened a passion to share the knowledge and skills that are needed to create and maintain a healthy body. Jamie was mentored by a preeminent wellness coach, before branching out on her own in 2008 when she opened Integrated Health. Her client base continues to grow steadily via word of mouth from her existing and former clients. Using an online food journaling program along with creating individualized exercise programs, Jamie assists her clients in reaching their wellness goals by providing accountability, support, and education. Jamie Lynn teaches fitness classes at a facility in Kalispell Montana. She focuses on structural biomechanics and core stabilization through movement.In 2008, Jamie teamed up with Brian Miller, PT, MS, OCS, CMTPT and began teaching Running Clinics. Her own experience with changing her running form inspired her to want help others relearn to run. The clinics focus on improving technique to minimize injury and increase efficiency, whether you are new to running or an aging athlete.As a mother of two who juggles several jobs and course work at the community college, Jamie understands the struggle to take time to take care for yourself. Making healthy food choices and exercising must be part of your daily routine if you want to perform your best, be it in the office, court room, or at home.Brian Miller’s love of running did not start overnight. While running cross country in high school, he saw running as a means to an end for getting into shape for other sports. Soon after high school he decided running was not good for him. After becoming a physical therapist in 1998, he learned from the research literature that running does not lead to premature arthritis in the leg joints. Further reading led to his discovery of effective running form for reducing injury rates and improving performance. Since 2006 he has completed numerous marathons, ultramarathons, multisport and adventure races, which has helped refine his ability to teach running form, diagnose, and treat running related injuries. As a certified orthopedic clinical specialist, he strives to stay current with the most effective treatment techniques for musculoskeletal pain.