Coaching that incorporates your body and mind.



Improving and maintaining the soundness of mind and body, requires scrutinizing key elements of nutrition, sleep and supplementation according to the needs of each individual.



The physical, cognitive, social and emotional domains of performance must all be considered and optimized to truly achieve sustainable high performance. All four of these domains are linked and can directly influence one another.
Optimal levels of variability within a training program allows each person to train smarter and more effectively.



Work + Recovery = Performance

Just like a training program, how each session is planned effects short-term recovery and has a direct impact on the success of the long-term program.

Recovery is an essential component to achieving optimal results. When designing a training program, the prescription and selection of recovery methods are equally as important as choosing exercises. Closely monitoring and adjusting the dynamic interplay between stress and regeneration are crucial to sustainability and injury prevention.



  • Institute of MotionApplied Health and Human Performance Specialist AHHPS Level 1 & Level 2
  • Community College of Denver- AAS Surgical Technology (Pending)
  • Institute of Motion/Anatomy Trains- ANATOMY LIVE EXPANDED Dissection-2018
  • Dr. Sears Certified Health & Wellness Coach-Approved of National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coaches (NBC-HWC)
  • Gut Health Specialist/Dr. Robynne Chutkan- The Gut Bliss Guide to SIBO
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine CPT
  • University of Chicago-Understanding the Brain: The Neurobiology of Everyday Life.
  • Duke University-The Brain & Space.
  • Power Plate® USA ambassador
  • Professional Hip-hop Dancer & Instructor


About Nile & Client experiences:

Greetings to you! My name is Nile Bratcher.

I am a health and fitness coach living in Superior, Colorado with my wife of fifteen years. I was born in Denver, Colorado, but I was raised in Chicago, Illinois most of my life by a single mother.

I served as a dance instructor for children and teenagers for many years during my early career as a fitness coach. This multifaceted experience taught me how to be flexible in my coaching and adaptable in my approach. My time spent as a dance instructor, performer and competitor helped mold my career as a fitness and health professional.

From 2005, I’ve served as a certified personal trainer and health coach. My knowledge of movement is interdisciplinary and has allowed me to help hundreds of people of various backgrounds overcome movement limitations, injuries and health challenges.

In 2018, I enrolled in a cadaver dissection course held in Boulder, Colorado. This in-depth educational experience opened my eyes to the world of dissection and surgical technology.

My newfound passion has led me to seek a degree in Surgical Technology and Sterile Processing Technician license. The curriculum involves health sciences such as, pathophysiology, anatomy & physiology, virology, pharmacology, anesthesiology, medical terminology, microbiology, patient care, surgical technology equipment and procedures. I plan to graduate by the end of 2022.

One of my favorite quotes says, “There are two mistakes on the road to mastery: Not starting it and not going all the way.” I’m elated to continue my studies into the wonders of the human body. I look forward to updating this section again in 2022 after clinicals.


I welcome you to contact me for more information
about any of my services or methodologies.