Muscle Dynamics, LLC


Customized Fitness & Training
Muscle Activation Technique

Andrew Hoppert earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Concordia University Wisconsin in 2009. Shortly after his undergraduate studies, Andrew earned his certification and license as an Athletic Trainer (LAT,ATC). He also earned his personal training certification from the American Council on Exercise (ACE). He then was able to have the knowledge and skill set to work with clients who have pain or an injury.

Andrew continually strives to improve upon his practice by continuing to improve on a more in-depth thought process and becoming more precise with his skill set.  As a result, he is able to evaluate, discover, and address low quality muscular contractions with great proficiency.  He is then able to progress a client’s muscular system through an array of strategies.

Andrew opened Muscle Dynamics in 2016 and set out a goal to help all his clients to move, feel better and get stronger all at the same time. Andrew has experience working with all sorts of individuals ranging from all walks of life. Ranging from people who feel that they can’t exercise anymore to people who are confused on where to even start their exercise journey. He also works with elite athletes who are looking to take their game to the next level.


Forward Family Therapy, LLC


Somatic Therapy

Jennifer Kempfert, MS, LMFT earned her bachelors at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and went on to obtain her Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Edgewood College. Jennifer has experience working in hospitals, crisis centers, community mental health centers, and doing in-home therapy. She has worked professionally with children, adolescents, families, adults with chronic mental health challenges, couples, and the geriatric population.

Jennifer’s clinical services include child, adult, family counseling, couples, and psychoeducation, as well as group psychotherapy for children and adolescents. Jennifer also presents to the community on relationships, trauma informed care, and suicide prevention. Her treatment approach is eclectic, drawing from ongoing training in play therapy, somatic approaches, and Gottman couple’s therapy to name a few. Areas of primary clinical interest include anxiety, ADHD, depression, trauma, and improving relationships. Jennifer is part of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.

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