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  Weekly Newsletter 06/26/24

This is the last week of June and we have made a few changes to improve the Newsletter, but first…

It is with sadness that we share the news of the passing of Guy VOYER, MD, DO.

Guy passed away unexpectedly Sunday night at his home in Marseilles. Guy and his wife, Lydie, had just returned from teaching and seeing patients in the Dominican Republic. Many members of our community have been touched by Guy’s hand in some fashion. Guy is the Founder of the ELDOA, SomaTraining, SomaTherapy, and the Osteopathic Programs, and has treated or mentored many of the members within the Legacy community. Essentially every program that we offer at our Center in Dallas is based upon his work. Guy has consulted and treated some of the most difficult cases within out wellness community…often, cases in which modern medicine could offer no solution.

His techniques and methodology of training helped Scott build his elite sports performance practice.

Guy’s funeral is scheduled for July 2 in Marseilles. For those who are unable to travel, Claudia and Legacy are planning a remembrance at the Center in Dallas. Details will follow.

Exercise & Events

Saturday, June 29
9:00 am Myo-fascial Stretching (MFS) Workout
9:30 am ELDOA Classic Group Workout
10:30-1:30. Open Sauna

Wellness News. On June 22, the Legacy Lecture Series featured Nutrition Club as a Complimentary Tutorial with Mia. Info on Grass-fed, grass-finished meats and news about the Legacy Butcher Box was shared A discussion was led on articles listed in a previous Newsletter and a Q&A session resulted in some lively conversation. Legacy Kombucha was served to those attending, much to their delight.

In the Lifestyle and Recovery Center/Training Table News the new Legacy freezer was introduced and details on Legacy’s Butcher Box were talked about. See the Training Table section of this Newsletter for information.

Sports News. John Franklin-Myers continues to make news.

Education NewsSummer School dates and Course Curriculum are listed in the Education section and enrollment has begun. ELDOA Level 1&2 Combination Certification Courses runs from July 18-21.

Legacy plans to host a series of Sauna Workshops for Clients and a Certification Course for Students in July (Workshops) and August (Summer School). Information in the Education News section.

If you are new to our community or our weekly Newsletter and have yet to participate in the Weekend Wellness Series, we invite you to do so. This Weekend Wellness Workout is outlined in the Exercise Calendar.


Group Exercise Class


Summer School schedule and Curriculum is set. It begins August 8 and runs through August 17. For course detail see the Education Section of the Newsletter. Enroll for Summer School. Contact Claudia in the Business Office for Payment Plans.


Summer School

Legacy News

June – July Legacy Calendar: Exercise & Training Information


June 29: 9:00 am MFS
9:30 am ELDOA Classic Group Workout
10:30-1:30 Open Sauna

July 4: Holiday Schedule – Closed July 4

July 6: 9-10:30 SomaTraining Workout – Tribute to VOYER
Free to all who want to join us. A live stream of exercise class will be available. Details to come.



Intro1 is the code to use for an introductory ELDOA workout at $25.00 for your first ELDOA group workout. This is for the first ELDOA per user. You can’t beat this offer!



In the month of June, Friday mornings, Claudia will be working with clients on ELDOA and/or their Home Programs. Sessions are organized into 30-minute blocks of time and begin at 10:00 am.

We recommend a client arrive 10-15 minutes early to warm-up before their session begins and Claudia will recommend 1 or 2 things to do upon completion of the TUTORIAL Session.

The purpose of this session is to improve upon exercise quality and training.

Sessions run every 30 minutes and can be scheduled directly with Claudia in the Business Office.

For an optimal outcome, clients do their program during the week, come for the 30-minute tutorial on Friday and then come to ELDOA Classic on Saturday morning.

Purchase a Series of three sessions for $65.00

or one private session for $25.00

Wellness News

This Weekend’s Wellness Workout Series begins at 9:00 am with a 30-minute Myo-fascial Stretching Workout (MFS). At 9:30 a 60-minute ELDOA Classic Group Workout . MFS is beneficial for every person and is an excellent compliment to the ELDOA. The more active you are, the more you need MFS.

Open Sauna runs from 10:30 to 1:30.

If you missed last weekends Wellness Series, Scott taught a combination of a FLO Session followed by one hour total body MFS. Myo-fascial Stretching is so beneficial for active people that Legacy plans on teaching 30 or 60-minute workout sessions throughout the summer.

Education is a Foundational Pillar within our Center. The Education is not limited for Student Practitioners who are enrolled in our school. Every day, with our clients, we spend a few minutes sharing information about how their body works so they can achieve the results they desire. Not one client has ever found the information to be of no use. Most of the time we spend education clients comes in their Private Sessions and during “Covid time” we expanded the education into Tutorials and brief Workshops for the clients.

In our Newsletter we have a section devoted entirely to every aspect of our educational program and we have a new feature titled “Your Body”. Here we plan to share useful tips and action steps coupled with some interesting images of the anatomy. In the month of July, Scott plans to teach a Lecture about Your Body – Beyond Sciatic Plan: the Benefits of Myo-fascial Stretching.

If you are new to the world of Sauna and would like to learn more about many of the benefits, Legacy Sport & Wellness Center plans to host a 2-hour Workshop for clients and community members twice in the month of July – July 13 and July 27. Enrollment is limited so please contact Claudia in the Business Office.

Cardiac Center News

If you are new to our community, or have not visited our Center in Dallas, we have an area in our gym dedicated to Cardiovascular Health and Training. Clients use the area for a proper warm-up to their private sessions and group workouts. On the white board in the Cardiac Center there are several different workouts clients can choose to do. Each workout targets a different part of the cardiovascular system. The Cardiac Center is used for aerobic training programs and testing, too.

Sports Performance News

Last week, Scott hosted a Camp for Professional Hockey Goaltenders. The Camp was one of our special Regen Camps that we host at the end of the professional hockey season. Prior to Covid, Cleo and Scott ran these camps for professional players each year immediately following the end of the season. These Regen Camps are specifically designed to address the needs of the players before they begin an organized Off-Season Training Program. In doing so, players are able to immediately address injuries sustained during the season or in the play offs, and to correct them before they begin their off-season training. Originally the Camp started with players for the Dallas Stars, but as the word spread, more players from different teams around the League traveled to Dallas to attend.

July 1, the Center hosts a different style of camp for professional players. This camp is a pre-Training Camp Program for NFL Players. The purpose of this camp is to fine-tune and prepare players for Summer Training Camp and the grueling 17 game season. There is no other camp like this one: very specific exercises are used on different days, which are customized for the player and his position on the team. Players build and refine training, recovery, and lifestyle habits which they carry into the regular season.

Both camps, the Legacy Regen Camp and our pre-Season Football Camp, utilize the exercises in Guy VOYER’s SomaTraining Program.

June Sports Tip:

Upon completion of your summer activities or games, allow time for several specific Myo-fascial Stretches (MFS). MFS following a workout is optimal because your body is warm and you want to normalize your tissue from the work session. If your time is limited after a workout, then do your stretches at night – TV Stretch/ELDOA.

Lifestyle & Recovery Center

The Dry Sauna is running hot!

To learn about some of the benefits of Dry Sauna and sweating, we have two Sauna Workshops scheduled -July 13 and July 27. These workshops are about two hours in length and are guided by Scott. The class size is limited. Contact Claudia in the Business Office.

Indoor and Outdoor Recovery options are available.

Legacy’s four-hour Sauna Certification Course (SomeTraining Program) is offered in Summer School. To enroll, go to eShop on the Legacy website. This is scheduled for August 9 from 5:00 to 9:00 pm.

Topics of discussion include the importance of sweating, what is the optimal time for a single sauna session, what is the optimal temperature to use in a Dry Sauna, how to use cold water exposure by itself, or in combination with the dry sauna, and the importance of drinking water.

As part of the Course Theory, all the participants complete the Ruffier (Pulse) Test. This simple test can be used in different aspects of a Wellness or Sports Performance Program including the length of time in a Sauna Session and exposure to cold water.

the Training Table News

the Training Table is where Wellness and Sports Performance begin!

the Training Table is an area we have dedicated within our Center where clients can sit, relax, and enjoy farm fresh high quality meals from Chef Corey and Mia Fradenburg.

Legacy and Mia are making Kombucha!
Legacy Kombucha is ready and there are two flavors: one is Ginger and Berries and the other Ginger, Citrus and Herbs.

In our Newsletter, the Training Table is a section devoted to all topics related to nutrition, cooking, and wellbeing. In the coming months we will expand upon all these topics.

The Legacy Butcher Box – Mia

Big News: we’ve got our beef website ( up and running! There are some limited cuts available right now, along with the option to preorder a Legacy Butcher Box to be fulfilled when the whole cow comes. If you missed our nutrition talk after last Saturday’s class, we had a great discussion on taking control of your health by knowing where your food is coming from and one way to start is by eating high-quality meat, especially grass-fed AND grass-finished beef. Go ahead and get started by stocking up your freezer! If you’re not in the DFW area, I’m offering “meat consulting” to essentially provide this service but for wherever you’re located—I will find the farms and work with them to curate a package just for you! Reach out if interested:

Eucalyptus Essential Oils – Claudia

Yes, Oils, plural.

Many people don’t know that, as with so many of the essential oils available, there are more than one variety. While the physiological characteristics may overlap, each oil has its own characteristics and uses. This is due to different monoterpene and ketone content.

Eucalyptus is a genus of more than 700 species of flowering plants (trees or shrubs). Most species are native to Australia. Eucalyptus plantations are grown in other countries because they are fast growing, have valuable timber, or can be used for pulpwood, honey production, or essential oils.

Benefits and uses of eucalyptus oil: relieves stuffy nose, clears respiratory complaints, eases sore muscle and joint pain, post-surgery pain reliever, promotes oral health, promotes scalp health and clears lice, boosts immunity, disinfects wounds and cuts.

Eucalyptus Globulus, produced from leaves, is best used in daytime and has a cooling effect on strong emotions. Like other varieties, it aids in concentration. This oil can reduce fever, which other types do not do. It may counteract homeopathy remedies.

Eucalyptus Radiata is a bit stronger and is more for evening. Also produced from leaves, it is refreshing and acts as a stimulant, helping with mental fatigue. Use with care in the presence of high blood pressure or epilepsy.

Eucalyptus Smithii is a more gentle oil and is best used with children.

Dives Oil is quite strong with a camphorous, minty fragrance. This variety can increase circulation. It can also soothe arthritis, rheumatism, sprains, and help headaches. It can encourage motivation during times of increased exhaustion.

Lastly, Eucalyptus Citriodora, which is cultivated in many countries including South Africa, is phenomenally calming and relaxing to the nervous system as well as the respiratory system.

Essential Oils are truly fascinating

Water Bar News

Water is a big deal at Legacy. In fact, water is Nature’s First Medicine.

Buy water in bulk during the month of May. Prices will increase due to shipping costs doubling. We are working on a solution. One idea is a Water Club for those who buy in bulk. We have several clients who take advantage of this service. Once details are fleshed out, we will invite you to participate.

Sixty cases of Vellamo were delivered last week. This water has a pH value of 8.3 for those who seek alkaline water. And the taste is delicious. An additional 80 cases of various Legacy waters arrived Thursday. Another Texas summer is close at hand: staying hydrated is easy with Legacy’s Water Bar.!


Summer School




ELDOA 1&2 Combination Comprehensive Certification Course: July 18-21 in Dallas
Instructor: Scott Herrera

July 19 6:30 pm Introduction to MFS Workshop

July 20. 6:30 pm Introduction to SomaTraining Workshop

NEW: Introduction to Pelviology is coming to Legacy

Summer School at SomaTraining Texas is organized into two blocks of education.The focus of Block 1 is Exercise and Training. The focus of Block 2 is Strapping and Therapy. Additional Workshops and live lectures from Summer School are being considered based upon demand.

In addition to Fascial Normalization, Pumping of the Pelvis and Truck has been requested. Enrollment for Summer School as at:


Summer School 2024


Block 1: August 8-11

Thursday August 8. Day 1 Strengthening of Lower Limb
Friday, Aug. 9 Lower Limb Day 2
Aug. 9 Sauna will be taught from 5:00 to 9:00 pm
Saturday, Aug. 10 9:00 to 11:30 am Workshop: Introduction to Pelviology
Saturday, Aug. 10 Squat & Posturology: How to Organize a Global Movement Day 1
Sunday, Aug. 11 Squat Day 2

Block 2: August 12-17

Aug. 12 Strengthening of the Upper Limb. Day 1
Aug. 12 6:30 pm Tentative Workshop
Aug. 13 Upper Limb. Day 2
Aug. 14 ELDOA Specific (SomaTraining) Day 1
Aug. 14 6:30 pm. Workshop ELDOA 4 Review & Introduction to Pelviology
Aug. 15 ELDOA Specific Day 2
Aug.16 & 17 Fascia Normalization of the Lower Limb
Aug. 16 6-8:00 pm Workshop Volumetric-Hand Refinement of Fascia Theory

Great news for 2024-2025: Pelviology Certification Courses will be taught in Dallas at Legacy! Details will follow in next week’s Newsletters.

We ask all ELDOA Practitioners – at any level -to visit the official ELDOA website – – to make sure your contact information is accurate.

Your correct contact information is very important: so potential clients can find you and so you can receive important information from the Founder and Administrative Office in Dallas.

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