Corpore Sano supports the following organizations with their affiliation, financially or by volunteering our time.
Bike PT is Erik Moen’s bicycling continuing education program for the Physical Therapist. Physical Therapists will learn how to evaluate and work with bicyclists to remedy bike-related injuries and improve bicycling performance.
MI Athletic Club, located in the heart of downtown Mercer Island, is a state-of-the-art workout and fitness studio, complete with a Corpore Sano office to address physical therapy and bike fit needs right on-site. Find directions to Corpore Sano in MI Athletic Club here.
Evergreen Endurance Sports Coaching works with athletes of all levels and abilities, and can help you reach your goals in a variety of endurance sports, including triathlon, cycling, and running.
Jessica Kelley is the coach and owner of Evergreen Endurance. As a working mother, she understands what it means to lead a busy life and is an expert at helping people with hectic schedules find time to train. She prides herself on being extremely responsive and accessible, and giving each athlete the attention he or she deserves. For more information about Jessica’s coaching and background, including a comprehensive list of services, go to Evergreen Endurance.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is a national professional organization whose goal is to foster advancements in physical therapy practice, research, and education. Erik Moen is both a member and a Washington State Delegate to the APTA House of Delegates, serves on their PR Advisory Panel and Health Information Technology Task Force, and is a member of their Sports and Private Practice sections. He has also authored APTA’s Bike Right, Bike Fit resource material.
PTWA’s mission is to advance the physical therapy profession in the state of Washington through compassion, accountability, representation and excellence. Erik Moen is an active member.
NASS is a multidisciplinary medical organization dedicated to fostering the highest quality, evidence-based and ethical spine care by promoting education, research and advocacy. Erik Moen is an active member.
The NSCA is working to bridge the gap between science and application. They are the worldwide authority on strength and conditioning, supporting and disseminating research-based knowledge and its practical application to improve athletic performance and fitness.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is the global governing body of the Paralympic Movement. The IPC is a non-profit group that organizes the Summer and Winter Paralympic Games, and serves as the International Federation for nine sports, for which it supervises and co-ordinates the World Championships and other competitions. The IPC is committed to enabling Paralympic athletes to achieve sporting excellence and to developing sport opportunities for all persons with a disability from the beginner to elite level. In addition, the IPC aims to promote the Paralympic values, which include courage, determination, inspiration and equality. Erik has been serving as a Physical Therapist/Soigneur, otherwise known as body mechanic, for the USA Paracycling team. He has made recent trips to Beijing and Manchester.
The United States Olympic Committee‘s mission is to support U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes in achieving sustained competitive excellence and preserve the Olympic ideals, and thereby inspire all Americans. The USOC is the moving force for support of sports in the United States that are on the program of the Olympic, Paralympic, Pan American and Parapan American Games.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) is a non-profit organization whose main job is to regulate and promote cycling internationally. Their mission is to develop and promote all aspects of cycling. This is because cycling is more than just a competitive sport. It is also a leisure activity and an environmentally friendly means of transport.
USA Cycling is a family of organizations that promote and govern different disciplines of the sport, which work as one to build the sport of bicycle racing, assist with athlete development and sustain international competitive excellence. Erik Moen is an active member.
The WSBA is the governing body of bicycle racing in the state of Washington. They are dedicated to promoting and improving bicycle racing in the state of Washington and the Northwest.
The Marymoor Velodrome Association (MVA) is a non-profit, volunteer organization that manages educational and competition programs at the The Velodrome in Marymoor Park located in Redmond, Washington. Membership consists of local racers, enthusiasts, and their family & friends. From May through September the MVA manages the promotion of over sixty Track Racing events, as well as seventy days of cycling classes. The MVA provides the opportunity for skill development for adult and youth cyclists and racing experiences across all skill levels and ages. Corpore Sano is a sponsor of MVA and Broadmark track cycling team.
USA Track & Field (USATF) is the National Governing Body for track and field, long-distance running and race walking in the United States.
Running Times is the print and web magazine for the highly competitive runner, reflecting the beauty, power, and effort of the competitive sport of running.
All the latest news for Northwest runners, from Portland to Seattle and everywhere in between. Find a calendar of events, results, tips and resources. Also features high school running news.
Race Center Northwest features the latest news on running, plus events calendars for running, triathlon and duathlon, and results.
Competitor is an online source for news, training and nutrition tips. They also feature a running route finder and race calendar.
USA Triathlon is the sanctioning authority for more than 2,000 diverse events, ranging from grassroots to high-profile races nationwide. They work to create interest and participation in a variety of programs, including camps, clinics, races and educational opportunities. Team Corpore Sano is a registered USA Triathlon Team.
Cascade Bicycle Club is a non-profit organization creating more livable communities by promoting health & recreation through bicycle activities, advocacy, & education. The Cascade Bicycle Club produces the largest and most recognized bicycling events in the Pacific Northwest, including Chilly Hilly and STP. Corpore Sano supports Cascade by participating in the Bike Expo, providing rider support stations for events such as Bike to Work Day, and is a financial supporter of the Ride Ref program.