Wondering how the professionals at Studio B are different than others in the industry? We are committed to collaborating across our disciplines to help you optimize your life. Not by trying to fix something that’s broken … because you aren’t broken. We work to incorporate what’s great about you whether it came from hard times, easy times, or random genetic code into who you want to be and evolve it. Deb, Tracy, Wendy, and the rest of the crew at Local News Durango did an awesome job helping us tell our story.
Coworking, or flexspace, is all the rage in the era of remote work. After all, what better way to build professional relationships than by sharing a workspace?
But, what if there was a flexspace designed specifically for coaches and therapists? And, what if that coworking space had a full team who could provide mental and physical health services? To make it even better, what if it had a full time administrative assistant who managed all referrals, appointments, insurance, and billing?
The more Stacy Reuille-Dupont thought about this idea, the more she wanted to make it a reality. Sure, it was something that had never been done before—at least not in Durango. But why should that stop her? After all, she was a professional psychologist with her own private practice. Her background in exercise management and physical fitness had opened her eyes to the power of integrative care. She had seen excellent results from combining nutrition, massage, acupuncture, and behavioral health, and she wanted to be able to provide all of these services under one umbrella. …
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For Stacy Reuille-Dupont, Studio B is the culmination of a career that began in exercise physiology and later branched into psychology as she became fascinated with how her clients’ physical health affected their behavior and their mental health.
Ultimately, the goal for clients at Studio B is peak wellness.
Reuille-Dupont is convinced – from her background beginning work as a personal trainer focusing on fitness and later in her career working with patients as a clinical and somatic psychologist – that the interplay of fitness, nutrition and psychological well-being are key not only to overcoming addictions, destructive behaviors and mental illness but to achieving wellness.
Studio B integrates a clinical psychological approach to deal with mental health along with a fitness clinic, giving it a hybrid feel of both a psychologist’s office and a fitness studio. …
where she and Jack Llewllyn got together to discuss how our psychological health impacts our physical health and vice versa. I’ve known Jack a long time, back to my days as the Fitness Director at the SunUte Community Center in Ignacio, CO and his days at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO. We had a great time reminiscing and talking about how much more we now know about health from the inside out –
We help people who are interested in optimizing their lives to become as healthy and balanced as
possible. Our clients are
interested in exploring aspects of themselves, not to find what is wrong, but to look at what is. They find the gifts of past experience, accept it as part of who they are now, and turn it into a strength to
become their best self