A lot of what motivates clients to return to Morphe again and again and stay committed for years is the transformation that the Morphe philosophy encourages in each participant. Over the years, I’ve watched my clients transform their bodies, lives and outlooks through consistent discipline fueled by positive thinking. Well guess what? This model of transformation, growth, expansion, satisfaction, and success that the Morphe Method encourages in our clients doesn’t only apply to our bodies, minds, and spirits; it also applies to the business and career sector of life. As a matter of fact, the energy generated by the Morphe Method of transformation is so powerful that even Morphe itself as a business is now undergoing an explosion of growth and transformation! That’s right: As a consequence of 10 years of dedication, discipline, goal-setting, and positive thoughts, Morphe will be moving in March 2015 to a permanent new location! We will also be expanding our offerings to include special fitness programs for youth and greater visibility and engagement in our community. Our Gravity Training and Combination Rock Climbing and TRX Anti-Gravity Training will be expanded as will our wellness therapies and spa treatments including Massage, Acupuncture, Ultracavitation, Infrared Body Wrap and Therapeutic Ultrasound. I am extremely optimistic, excited and thrilled to be at the threshold of a change like this with Morphe at this moment, and want to thank all of my dedicated clients for their dedication, discipline and loyalty, and especially for using the Morphe Method of personal transformation to transform your own lives and, by extension, the life of Morphe itself! With my deepest gratitude ~ Roberto
When we think of morphing, our minds might conjure up a scene with special effects in a movie or perhaps a video game. But in real life, the concept of morphing comes from nature itself. Look at the process of metamorphosis, by which a caterpillar becomes a butterfly. This doesn't happen in a minute, not even in a day. It’s a part of a process of transformation, and the process, the journey itself, is the longest part. In human life, as in all of nature, there is no such thing as The End. When we pass on into the next dimension, our spirit and body continue to transform into other forms. There is no end. And so it is in every journey that you embark on as a human being, be it a journey of love, success in a specific field, or general growth and self-improvement. The process of becoming a cleaner, leaner, stronger and more focused version of yourself is a journey that can – and probably should - last your entire lifetime. According to the Universal Law of Attraction all energy attracts similar energy. So if you get up every day and put your daily plan in motion, everything in your life will be set in motion along with it. As you begin drawing closer to your goals, your goals also draw nearer to you and you begin to see synchronicity in action. On the path to discovering your higher self, and the unity of Mind, Body and Soul, you will find strength and inspiration every step of the way if you focus on being true to yourself and forging ahead with your transformation. Things take time. Stay in the Present and enjoy every moment.
“Love”… not exactly the word you expect to hear when the subject of the conversation is fitness, strength and personal training. But ironically, at Morphe, it is precisely this word: LOVE - this concept of total wellness, wholeness at the physical, mental, and spiritual level - that drives our training philosophy. “Love?” you ask. Many people believe LOVE to be an acronym for “Life Of Vulnerable Emotions” in which we are always the victim. At Morphe, our aim is to transform that mindset into the philosophy of “Life Of Vowed Empiricism” in which we learn, grown and derive strength and power from every experience. And the key to this is Love. Let me explain how this works. Love is the force that motivates every constructive action in human behavior. There is no greater joy in life than love. In fact, love is the very thing that brings you here and makes you walk through that door in the first place; and love is what you come for. The energy that is required of you to work out every muscle in your body is love. Focus is love. Tough love is love. Pushing yourself one inch further is an act of love: love that you give to your body, love that you give to your goals, and love that you give to yourself. Caring for yourself is an act of love. And love, my friends, is the source of strength. In order for you to commit to your workout routine, to the plans you’ve made, to the goals you’ve set for yourself, you must love every one of those things, and above all, you must love yourself. This is the point of departure that we use at Morphe to guide you through your transformation from where you are at this moment to where you want to be one hour from now, one year from now, ten years from now. Love is the force that unites mind, body, and soul. Love is the breath that makes every movement heal and strengthen your body, your concentration, your confidence, and your faith in yourself. Love makes you get to your workout, makes you do every rep, makes you give it your best, and fills you with joy and endorphins while doing it. Love is the reason you set goals and then do everything possible to achieve them. Love is the reason you're doing this. Love is the source. Keep that in mind always.
A lot of my clients come to me with complaints of difficulty sleeping, and it’s no surprise given the number of distractions available to take our attention away from that all-important task of shutting our minds down and resting properly every night. Whenever I ask “What’s keeping you up at night?” the answers I hear are always similar: the computer, social media, TV, and in some cases, sleep-altering substances such as caffeine, nicotine and alcohol. Why has it become so hard to engage in precisely the behavior that is easiest for humans during our infancy? Babies love to go to sleep, and do it frequently. Why, oh why, does this become so difficult once we become adults?