Adam Fujita has been a licensed physical therapist since 2009. He served as a university adjunct instructor from 2005 through 2007. He is one of several founders of The Solstice Scholarship- a scholarship for physical therapy students promoting their philanthropic involvement in their community and profession. Adam has been involved in Sports Performance and Consulting since 2008. He has been competing in ultra-marathons since 2009, including: The Lumberjack 100, The North Country Trail 50, and the Au Sable River Canoe Marathon 120.
GET TO KNOW DR ADAM FUJITA
The mission of The Process is to explore concepts and observations of the human condition so that others may reconnect to their true essence and be a gift to themselves and the people around them.
Embrace the Ongoing
The Process embraces the ongoing, ever-becoming of our adventures and self-discovery – work, athletics, craft, career, personal goals, relationships, art, creating – that there is never an arrival. Only participation in The Process to continually progress, improve, enjoy.
While striving “to be the best” or “to win” works in games and races, that approach is vastly limited when applied to avenues such as your career, work, art, or life – Such matters of importance are not built with an end-goal or finish line.
Can I win at my job? Not so much. Can I become evermore immersed in The Process that I create a business that provides my clients and I such life-giving energy; connecting them (and myself) to universal, generative creativity and truth? That there is a more joyful and positive exchange beyond commerce?
Now there’s a thought.
A continual focus on The Process opens you up to rediscovering and giving your essence to the entirety of it all not just achieving but rather an uncovering of deeper fulfillment.
A brief history…
I love to teach.
I love to learn.
The Process came out of my passion to learn and share that which energizes me.
The roots of The Process were initially found in the orthopedic physical therapy world.
Over 9 years of practicing a highly detail-oriented, down to the minutiae of human movement style of treatment,
I started to gain a deeper understanding of craft;
that it was more than a result.
It was more than the injury and restoration of efficient mechanics.
It possessed the physical-
But some amazing things started happening when I would incorporate concepts of the mind/consciousness and concepts of one’s energetical essence.
Eventually I started to see limitations within that job.
I found myself unable to create a congruent vision and mission of The Process throughout the company.
I continued to see growing successes with my patients experiencing The Process.
I saw successes of The Process implemented in those I managed.
I continued to learn. Study. Practice. Revise. Reimplement.
I was gaining more perspective for myself working through and wrestling with The Process.
My clinical practice was giving more joy to myself and my patients.
My ultra-marathon racing career was transforming. I was having better finishes. The whole training season was unveiling itself as a gift of greatness.
So The Process started as a sports performance endeavor. Teach people how to move better and how to engage in their training equipped with better mechanics, knowledge and wisdom.
The Process: Sports Performance was an amalgamation of post-graduate level rehabilitation science, concepts of the mind and consciousness and the exploration of our truer selves.
Experience The Process
In the entirety of life’s aspects…
“So The Process model naturally expanded to do just that. For an individual, a corporate team, a clinic, a group of friends. Restoring that life-giving energy you’ve had the whole time.”
I chose sports performance because I wanted to work with people BEFORE THEY WERE INJURED. The convention of American health care is very backwards, limiting and frustrating. Why not improve movement efficiency, performance and safety now to create better joy, fun and health? Why wait until the problem presents as a pain and breakdown? Why do we have to wait until someone gets worse/injured to then help them get healthy? See? Backwards.
But it quickly grew beyond just the physical performance. I was able to engage in The Process in the entirety of my life aspects. And that is where fun and joy were found.
So The Process model naturally expanded to do just that. For an individual, a corporate team, a clinic, a group of friends.
Restoring that life-giving energy you’ve had the whole time.
Finding truer perspective to uncover greater fulfillment
Allowing greater gift to be given
It will help discover what truly matters to you, how to make the mundane a gift, how to re-see that the daily can be life-giving.
Ready to experience The Process in your life?
Book an appointment today!