Postural Restoration Trained
4521 Brittmoore Road, Building 4545 Elite Academy
Houston, TX 77041

Heidi Johnson


The Metal Chapter Performance & Strength, LLC

PRT Credentialing Earned: 2014

PRI Courses Completed:

Myokinematic Restoration
Postural Respiration
Pelvis Restoration
Impingement & Instability
Cervical Revolution
Occlusal Cervical Restoration
PRI Integration for Baseball
PRI Vision Integration for the Baseball Player
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2015

Heidi is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Level II Coach through USA Weightlifting.  She is also pursuant in being only one of the few specialists who are trained in postural restoration.  She holds both undergraduate and masters degrees with a concentration in Kinesiology, Biology, and Education.  Recognized as one of the premier strength coaches nationally, Heidi champions to serve athletes young and old and help guide them to healthier and more dominant performing careers.  Heidi continues to establish her reputation as an outstanding leader in the health and fitness industry due to her scientific approach to training, experience with program design, and certifications with the Postural Restoration Institute.

Heidi has a unique ability to relate to student athletes, professional athletes, personal clients, and other professionals due in part to her extensive professional background and her athletic resume.  Before college, Heidi trained and competed with USA Track & Field on the international circuit.  She then moved into competing as a 3-sport athlete at Cal State Fullerton.  After college, Heidi was drafted into the Women’s Professional Fast Pitch League (WPF) and was a prominent player of the National Champions Orlando Wahoos.  In between professional fast pitch seasons, Heidi served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Florida and subsequently was hired as Director of Strength and Conditioning for Olympic Sports at the University of Kentucky.  With more than 8 years of coaching experience at the collegiate level, Heidi moved on to tackle the challenge of becoming an US Bobsled athlete as well as training professional athletes in a range of sports. Throughout all her exhaustive responsibilities of coaching and competing, Heidi has remained consistent with her insatiable desire to learn and grow in the field of exercise science and postural health.

“I believe we should be persistent in having the best coaching and scientific approach to human function that is available and to bridge the gap between physical therapy, health, and performance.”

Heidi now resides in Northwest Houston and continues to provide her clients with world renowned and inspirational training.  Heidi has contributed frequently to nationally-recognized publications and specializes in strength training, program design, corrective exercise, athletic performance and weight loss.

At the time of PRI Credentialing, providers are required to submit verification of current licensure or certification status to determine eligibility for PRI Credentialing. It is the responsibility of credentialed providers to update the Postural Restoration Institute if their license or certification has expired, been suspended, or revoked, so that they can be removed from the PRI Find a Provider map. As Postural Restoration Institute places this responsibility on providers, it cautions consumers that they should not rely on Postural Restoration Institute’s website as evidence of a provider’s current licensure or certification status. Instead, the Postural Restoration Institute recommends that patients and clients wishing to verify a provider’s current licensure or certification status contact the relevant regulatory boards or reach out directly to the provider to ask for current verification of his or her licensure or certification. The Postural Restoration Institute is not liable for and disclaims any responsibility for services performed by PRI Credentialed providers.

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