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About Taylor Somerville

Taylor Somerville

Taylor Somerville founded Symmetry after working in the investment business for 15 years. Going through a divorce in 2014, Taylor discovered breath work as a way to deal with the stress and anxiety in his personal and professional life.  Through breath work, Taylor was able to learn how to respond to stressful situations in a productive manner rather than reacting.

In 2017, after seeing the positive changes in himself, Taylor felt a calling to help others with improving their own stress management, anxiety, athletic performance and overall health and wellness. We all struggle with these issues at some point in our lives but there are tools we can use to better prepare ourselves to handle stress. Now, Taylor focuses on teaching you these tools to empower yourself. He wants you to take control of your life and help you improve your life.  

 

Taylor felt a calling to help others with improving their own stress management, anxiety, athletic performance and overall health and wellness

Taylor is affiliated with XPT, founded by Laird Hamilton and Gabby Reece. Through XPT, Taylor gained extensive knowledge into breath work, heat and ice contrast therapy, and XPT’s breath, move and recover lifestyle. In 2018, Taylor became one of the first XPT certified coaches and recently became one of the first master coaches.  As a master coach, Taylor will certify the next generation of XPT level 1 coaches.

In addition to Taylor’s XPT certification, he also holds the Art of Breath certification, is a Crossfit Level 1 trainer and has a certification in CrossFit’s  Aerobic Capacity program.   He also writes a weekly newsletter, The Long Game

Taylor incorporates all of these practices in coaching his clients. 

Taylor with the Memphis City Council following a presentation discussing breath work and stress.

Taylor working with the Shelby County Commissioners on the importance of proper breathing for stress management.

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