Company: Balanced Lifestyle LLC
Location: Aurora, Colorado, United States
Moses Khan, Owner at Balanced Lifestyle LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physical training and mathematics instruction.
Following obtaining an Associate of Science in physical sciences, summa cum laude, from Houston Community College, Mr. Khan followed with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics, magna cum laude, from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas.
Turning his attention to physical training, Mr. Khan obtained a massage and sports therapy degree from ICT Kikkawa College in Toronto and completed strength and conditioning courses with the, Tudor Bompa Institute. He later continued his education with a master’s degree in exercise physiology and kinesiology with an emphasis in sports science and nutrition from the University of Texas at Austin in 2009 and a Master of Applied Mathematics from the University of Colorado Denver in 2018. Mr. Khan’s educational interests have been involved in enhancing human performance and recovery maximally while minimizing on injuries and using mathematical modeling towards nerve regeneration and understanding maximal blood flow better at minimal cost of the heart.
Mr. Khan is registered as a massage therapist in Colorado, Texas and Ontario, Canada; a licensed massage therapy instructor; and a licensed continuing education provider. He was certified as a personal trainer by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) in 2009.
From 2007 to 2010, Mr. Khan excelled as a RA/TA/massage therapist with the University of Texas at Austin women’s soccer and tennis teams and from 2020 to 2014 for women’s basketball at UT Austin. On addition, he served as an adjunct professor with Austin Community College from 2010 to 2012 and an adjunct professor and strength and conditioning coach with Concordia University of Texas from 2011 to 2014. While prospering as a fitness supervisor, personal trainer, massage therapist, instructor and continuing education provider with Omni Barton Creek Resort and Spa from 2011 to 2015, Mr. Khan also made an impact as professor and instructor for a personal training certification program at the Personal Development Center at UT Austin.
Mr. Khan then served as manager-on-duty, personal trainer and massage therapist with the Colorado Athletic Club, Tech Center in Denver from 2016 to 2017, an adjunct professor with Johnson & Wales University in Denver from 2018 to 2019 and a licensed massage therapist with the Four Seasons Hotel in Denver from 2017 to 2021. He currently provides superior education as an adjunct professor of mathematics with Metropolitan State University of Denver and adjunct professor with the Community College of Aurora and as a licensed massage therapist with Omni Hotels and Resorts in Broomfield.
After Mr. Khan left the Canadian military service in 1989, he became heavily involved in martial arts. He participated and won many competitions in [kung fu] and kickboxing. The fascination led him to believe he was going to have a career in law enforcement as a police officer, which prompted his work experience in private investigation and security. He was accepted into the police force, but he decided to take a different career trajectory after becoming certified as a personal trainer. He discovered a passion for the human body, physiology and kinesiology, which was largely stimulated by his years of experiencing different injuries that resulted from his involvement in martial arts and enthusiasm for competitive soccer and power lifting.
After working with world-class athletes, martial artists, quadriplegics, paraplegics and other individuals of different backgrounds in the personal training, rehabilitation and massage therapy arenas, he went back to school in the United States to gain more knowledge about his passion, but he also studied mathematics, which is one of his strong suits. Soon after he became a teacher when one of his mentors, John Ivy, asked if he wanted to be an educator, in 2003 he resolved to start his own business, Balanced Lifestyle, LLC.
Mr. Khan hopes complete three publications in three years. His books, entitled “Sports Massage,” “Universal Rules of Fighting,” and “How Smart Are You? You Are Smart Enough to Make Yourself Happy,” draw from his extensive experience in martial arts and offer unique insights from the scientific perspective of biomechanics. They also contain ideas he has discussed with many of the world-class athletes with whom he has worked.
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