Austin, Texas


Join us in Austin, TX for our 3rd Seminar of 2022, scheduled for September 16-18, with Certification Course to follow! This Seminar is 12 hours of intensive interactive flexibility work. Learn how to take care of your own body and how to eliminate pain/injury while learning the standards for Range of Motion and the science behind flexibility. You will learn how to train your body back to optimal health with an ongoing program relevant to all needs and lifestyles. This program is for everyone.

If you are interested in becoming a UHP Certified Physio/Kinesiologist, please reach out directly to:

Joe Hippensteel, CEO | (928) 853-9914

Our 3 levels of Certification are listed below.



When: Sept 16-18, 2022

Where: Host Hotel + Venue TBA

Cost: $795 until Sept 2
$850 after Sept 2


Seminar Schedule: 

Friday, Sept 16: 2-6pm

Saturday, Sept 17: 10am-2pm

Sunday, Sept 18: 10am-2pm 


Certification Schedule: 

Sunday, Sept 18: 3-6pm

Monday, Sept 19: 9:30-5:30pm

Tuesday, Sept 20: 9:30-5:30pm

Wednesday, Sept 21: 9:30-5:30pm

Thursday, Sept 22: 9:30-5:30pm


Level 101
Cost: $2000 ($1150 plus seminar $850 Prerequisite)

101, Certified Physio/Kinesiologist, CPK, is to teach you the basics of working on other people. Learn how to direct others in an exact stretching protocol with progressive steps. You will also learn, with 10 hours of practice, how to work trigger point and tension release for faster progress and recovery. When in San Diego, you would work on each other and Navy SEALs.

Level 102
Cost: $3000 (prerequisite Level 101)

102 CPK Advanced level, is more advanced work on each other and explanations of how to work on or eliminate dozens of difficult conditions like bulging discs, carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis, torn rotator cuff, knee issues, neck issues, hip issues, migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, and many more.

Level 103
Cost: $3000 (prerequisite Level 102)

103 CPKE, Expert level, is Integration of this training into athletics and lifestyles. Our methods work for virtually every musculoskeletal condition but people have to learn how to train properly and when and how to use these practices in their lifestyles. Learn things like sitting in a chair properly, how to help other athletes train correctly and not keep re injuring themselves. You would also learn how to set up training programs properly integrating aerobic and anaerobic training, recovery days, wearing a belt and how flexibility fits into a proper four part warm up, all workouts, and lifestyles on a daily basis. You would also be taught some of the mental techniques, for example, how to meditate and control your metabolism and eliminate colds, sickness, or flu, literally, in under one hour.