“Exercises alone are not enough. It is the organization, instruction, and the sequencing of the movements, specific to the body or sport, applied at the right time in the periodization.” – Scott Herrera
What is a ‘Center of Excellence‘?
ELDOA™ School of Training
SomaTraining Texas Institute
SomaTherapy Texas Institute
Legacy’s Tenets of Wellness:
• Sunlight Exposure
• ELDOA™ L5-S1 Daily
• Mastery of the Gravity Line and Management of Your Physical Body
• Limited Use of GMO Foods & Grains
• Use of Dry Sauna & Stress Management
• Blood Sugar Regulation
In 2008, Legacy Sport & Wellness Center opened in Dallas, Texas with an innovative approach dedicated to teaching sports performance and wellness.
Recognizing the need for a different way and better results, Scott Herrera spent more than twenty years traveling throughout North America to study from the highest regarded experts in their respective fields – strength and conditioning, corrective exercise, and osteopathy.
For our innovative approach, it was necessary to construct a new business model, using a system with better exercises and more specific exercise instruction performed in an environment conducive to change.
At the core of Legacy’s approach are three key components:
- Each Person is an Individual – there are no protocols
- Client Education is the Foundation for Permanent Change
- Structure and Function are Inter-related
Athletes and clients who visit Legacy Center receive a customized home program specific to their needs. Private and semi-private sessions, and weekly group exercise classes support people on their path to permanent change.
Examples of group classes include: ELDOA for General Wellness, Abdominal Training, Basic Conditioning, Myofascial Stretching for Athletes, Myofascial Stretching for Wellness, and ELDOA for Back Pain. In addition to Legacy’s exercise system and group exercise program, the Center offers traditional weight-lifting (global training) and cardio-vascular training.
Legacy has been using ELDOA with our clients for over fifteen years and teaching ELDOA group exercise classes for more than a decade.