Alex Brown

Personal Trainer

Personal Training

Alex Brown received a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Belhaven University in 2020 along with the Refiners Award for outstanding improvement.

Upon graduating Belhaven, Alex received his Personal Trainer Certification from the American Council of Exercise (ACE). After working with clients at YMCA Plano, he began a virtual personal training program where he was able to work with clients from across the country.

Alex’s primary focus with all clients is to support their movement goals and allow them to become more kinesthetically aware. Along with being a Personal Trainer, Alex is also a Bruce Wood Company member.

Josh Ramos


DARI Motion Capture, Physical Therapy, Wellness

Dr. Joshua Ramos was born in Boise, Idaho, but has lived in DFW for most of his life. While he knew he always wanted to be a part of the medical field, he also had a strong love for music, with a focus on concert violin and contemporary vocal performance. It was during his time as a musician and vocalist at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts that he decided to pursue a career in medicine while still being involved with the arts. He received a Bachelor Of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Arlington, followed by a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas State University.

During his time as a physical therapist, Josh has worked with various diagnoses in both orthopedic and neurological realms, ranging from ACL reconstruction and shoulder impingement to cerebral palsy and stroke.

Josh is a firm believer that every patient is more than their diagnosis and takes the time to understand the requirements and demands for each patient to create functional and creative plans to help them reach their goals. His goal is to create a space for artists of all mediums to have a place to receive care from professionals who understand the stresses that the arts can put on the body, both mentally and physically, in order for them to reach all their goals on and off the stage.

Julia Buckelew


DARI Motion Capture, Dance Studio Rental, Physical Therapy, Pilates, Wellness

From a young age, Dr. Julia knew she wanted to be a physical therapist. This dream led to her earning a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from LSU and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from TWU.

Dr. Julia then went on to become a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist. She has completed more than two hundred hours of ongoing dance-specific continuing education. Including reformer and mat Pilates, as well as achieving certifications in dry needling, Progressing Ballet Technique, and more.

In addition to serving on the Auxiliary Board for ATTPAC, she is an Adjunct Professor of Dance Kinesiology at SMU- Meadows, and partners with several dance companies throughout DFW as their staff physical therapist.

Mary Parker


DARI Motion Capture, Dance Studio Rental, Group Class, Massage Therapy, Personal Training

With a heart deeply rooted in understanding the challenges athletes face, Mary brings her expertise as a Licensed Massage Therapist and a certified specialist in Sports Massage to empower clients on their wellness journey.

Mary has witnessed firsthand the impact of injuries on athletes. Her passion for supporting athletes’ recovery journey sparked her deep dive into understanding the world of human anatomy, dance movement, and functional mobility.

With her in-depth knowledge and commitment to excellence, Mary crafts personalized programs that cater to artistic athletes of all levels.

Stephanie Rushing



Stephanie Rushing is a registered dietitian and nutrition consultant. She has vast experience as a nutrition expert. Stephanie has obtained multiple degrees in nutrition, exercise physiology, and sports nutrition and is a certified eating disorder specialist.

Travis Morrison


DARI Motion Capture, Dance Studio Rental, Group Class, Physical Therapy, Wellness

Dr. Travis brings expertise to our team with his experience as a professional dancer and fellowship training in Orthopedic Manual Therapy.

A Dallas native, Travis graduated from UT Dallas with a Bachelors in Molecular and Cellular Biology before pursuing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at UT Medical Branch in Galveston. But his commitment to excellence didn’t stop there—Dr. Travis completed a rigorous Fellowship Training, dedicating three years to refine his skills and become a clinical expert in orthopedics.

Dr. Travis has a longstanding connection with the world of dance, having grown up in Dallas he began pursuing his passion for dance locally. He took his artistic pursuits to new heights by performing professionally with esteemed companies like the Colorado Ballet and City Ballet San Diego.

Since returning to his roots in Dallas, Dr. Travis has continued to grace the stage as a recurring guest artist with local dance companies, including Chamberlain Performing Arts, Contemporary Ballet Dallas, Royale Ballet, Tuzer Ballet, and Ballet Dallas.

When he’s not working diligently to empower his patients on their recovery journeys, you can find Dr. Morrison conquering indoor and outdoor rock climbing challenges.

Travis’s unwavering dedication lies in providing exceptional support and empowerment throughout the recovery process. His mission is to help dancers, performing artists, and all patients alike fully achieve their movement goals.

Nutrition is the science of understanding and optimizing the relationship between food, health, and well-being. At Bravo Physio & Wellness, our dedicated dietitians collaborate with clients to create personalized nutrition plans that support their goals, enhance performance, and cultivate a balanced and nourishing approach to food. We empower individuals to make informed dietary choices, ensuring they fuel their bodies effectively.

Frisco Square

8861 Coleman Blvd,
Frisco, TX


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Dallas Satellite - Bar Method

5560 W Lovers Ln,
Dallas, TX


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