Because elevating athletics takes a village



Owner, Physical Therapist


Boston College 2001, BA Economics

Pacific University 2013, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Jon is a former baseball player, distance runner, and Ironman triathlete. He has opened and managed health clubs in DC, co-founded a non-profit in Portland, produced running and triathlon events in China, and ranched in eastern Oregon. With over 15 years of coaching, racing, and strength & conditioning experience, his extensive background in athletics and movement science compliment his clinical skills in orthopedic manual therapy and Fascial Counterstrain (www.counterstrain.com). His focus is emphasizing injury pre-habilitation and long-term athletic achievement. In his personal time, he enjoys running in the mountains, building with his hands, having a beer with his wife Lindsay, and exploring with his children, Julia and Bauer, on waterfall hikes and adventures.

“I love what I do and never feel like I am going to work. Applied anatomy is my passion.” – Jonathan Eng

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Village Office Prima


University of Houston 2000 BA Theater/Dance

Tam is a dancer with 23+ years of teaching under her dance wrap. As a professional dancer for a number of dance companies, she volunteered time to outreach programs, sat on the board of non-profit dance organizations in both Houston and Dallas, and had the pleasure of stage managing many dance performances.

As a teacher, she established performing dance companies, which provided her students with opportunities to express their love of movement to a wider audience, thus encouraging the next generation of teachers and performers. She retired from teaching in 2013 to pursue her DPT, but found a new calling when she embarked on a summer adventure in 2015 and found home in the PNW. After meeting mentor and friend, Jon Eng, she discovered she had a knack for front office management. This Texas transplant now enjoys exploring new terrain and taking in any unique experiences.