Bodymechanics is an Education Destination

I’ve been working on my 2020 vision – which is something I started after a recent trip to  shari_girl_giving_massage2_calloutDetroit.  It’s a creative process that I have thoroughly enjoyed since planning is right up my alley.  Since I bought the school almost 5 years ago, I have been directing the school in a direction I hadn’t previously identified.  Head down, working hard and growing – yes, that part I knew.  But, the direction was unknown.

So, as part of my 2020 vision planning, I have penciled out what my vision is for Bodymechanics School in 2020 – and it’s exciting to know that it is all coming to fruition.

I’d like to share a part of my vision with you…

A Place of Higher Learning

A major part of Bodymechanics School is the education we offer – whether through formal vocational schooling in our massage or personal trainer programs; to our community outreach programs; to our mentoring; and to our continuing education programs.

We use technology to enhance our education offerings – with social media; e-mail platforms; web-based programs; membership sites; video productions; and eduction technology that makes training easier and more effective.  We are guided by Webster’s definition of technology as, “a technical method of achieving a practical purpose.”  We are utilizing improved technical methods to help staff, students, members and the community access better education means and services, while allowing more creative participation in improving our work and services.  We are connecting more smoothly with our customers and the community.

Our extensive program reaches the public and we actively seek speaking opportunities on a variety of health and wellness topics.  It’s something we pursue intentionally and actively, but it’s never technology just for the sake of technology. Our commitment to providing excellent customer services will not be replaced by technology.

Through our Bodymechanics Training Center, we’ve established a proven model that reaches all of our customers at all levels – from students, to graduates, to community outreach – we are committed to successful higher learning for all.

We’ve established an internship program across our programs and interested individuals who are passionate about learning and getting real world experience are encouraged to intern with Bodymechanics.

When the intern moves on, it is with a sense of self-confidence and business experience that they can use to continue to improve the lives of those they touch – while building their own sustainable business.  Our communities are stronger because of the business development garnered through the Bodymechanics intern program.  Bodymechanics School graduates are leaders and teachers in their own settings.

The Bodymechanics Network of Businesses has created a strong network of graduates and partner businesses; along with brand recognition around the community.  Customers seek out Bodymechanics partners because of the known quality of education and commitment to results.

This is just a piece of my 2020 vision.  Steps are in the works to lead Bodymechanics to the vision I see today.  I am excited to lead our students and graduates to this new partnership that will continue  for years to come – as I help them build the practice of their dreams.

Classes are starting soon – are you going to be part of our exciting future?
I’d love to talk to you about how I can help you.

Committed to your education needs
Shari Aldrich, LMP
President / Clinical Director

PS – Call me – lets talk (360) 350-0015