Storytelling - A Tradition Of Hope

One thing you will notice about us,
we love telling our Stories.

Our Stories are our vehicle of Hope. When someone goes through hell and comes out the other side, their Story is another persons’ Hope. Their Story signals to someone who is beaten down to keep fighting. It tells someone who has given up it’s possible. When you can bring Hope to someone who feels hopeless, you can change the trajectory of their life. What greater contribution is there?

You will also find that our Stories are our benchmarks and bragging rights for our Coaches. Our Coaches purpose is to create Stories. When we are creating stories, we are impacting lives. That’s our mission...so that’s our benchmark.

Our message to you is simple. We want you to be our next Story. And we want you to be someone’s Hope.

– Matthew Lister, Founder of Align

Marijo stretching

Marijo’s Story-Knee Pain Journey

Before I came here, I had a severe knee pain and I was always an active individual. I never gave it any thought to go from point a to B up downstairs. My job required, physical, enthusiasm. And, I had an injury and it nothing helped. And I became, I walked, badly. I couldn’t go up and down stairs.

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Jean

Jean’s Story-Neck Pain Journey

When I came in, I had a intake interview with Matt and it was very difficult with me. I was in tears a lot of the time because I was in so much pain with my neck. And I was to the point that I didn’t think that anything was ever going to be able to help me. And so, I was doubtful, but I thought, you know, what, if I don’t give this a try, I’m not going to know.

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Ray doing ropes excercise

Ray’s Story-Hip Pain Journey

When Ray came to Align he had nowhere left to turn. All the medical diagnostics had proven fruitless and he was looking at exploratory hip surgery, which he was less than optimistic about. To say that Ray has had a turn-around is a dramatic understatement. He went from bent over, sleeping in a recliner, with severe pain to 100-pound deadlifts, lunges, and hiking.

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