Dana has not only made me more mobile but has helped me understand my body functioning so I can move better–more powerfully and accurately–both on and off the field. Overall, I owe her a lot!
Over the past 15+ years working as a mobility, breathing and mind-body coach in pro sports, my career and life have evolved to put me on a mission to help EVERYONE—not just elite athletes—BREATHE BETTER, MOVE BETTER and FEEL BETTER in their bodies and minds, and, ultimately, be happier, healthier and more successful in their lives.
I truly believe that, regardless of our histories, current circumstances and, even, chronic mental and physical challenges, we all possess our own unique means within our bodies and minds for optimal performance and joyful living.
That’s why I created this website: to EMPOWER YOU with access to the resources I use both, professionally with clients, and, personally, in my own life to unlock and cultivate our full potential!
So, whether you’re here looking for ways to help yourself or, as a coach or trainer, looking for ways to assist your clients, this site is designed for you.
Thanks for letting me be part of your journey to
PERFORM BETTER & LIVE BETTER!
Nicknamed the “Mobility Maker,” Dana Santas CSCS, E-RYT, is a breathing, mobility and mind-body coach in professional sports, the yoga expert for CNN Health, author of the book “Practical Solutions for Back Pain Relief” and an international speaker/presenter on ways to help people breathe, move and feel better in their bodies and happier and healthier in their lives.
Specializing in training athletes in MLB, NHL, NBA, NFL, MLS, PGA, WTA & WWE, Dana is currently a coach/consultant for the Orlando Magic, Tampa Bay Rays, Philadelphia Phillies, Atlanta Braves, Toronto Blue Jays, Houston Texans, Tampa Bay Lightning & World Wrestling Entertainment, and has experience consulting/training with more than 40 teams and hundreds of pro athletes worldwide.
She also proudly works with U.S. military and veterans and previously served as exclusive yoga trainer for the Boston Fire Department.