Nexus Performance

Dan Van House 


Owner, Physical Therapist, Injury Prevention/Management Director

Dan holds a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science from the University of St. Thomas (2001) and a Master's of Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware (2003). With over 15 years experience in physical therapy settings and training facilities, Dan uses multiple treatment interventions including neuromuscular re-education, manual techniques and dry needling   to reduce pain and restore pain free function and optimize performance. 


Scott Stafford


Owner, Personal Trainer, Speed and Agility Coach, Athletic Performance Director

Scott has a Sports Physiology and Kinesiology degree from Rasmussen College and has worked as a trainer and movement specialist for the past 7 years. As a certified strength and agility coach and former high level athlete himself, Scott will utilize this suite of skills to improve our Youth Sports Performance programs.

Shane Dally

CMT, CSCS, NCSF (Certified Master Trainer), TRX level 1, CrossFit level 1, USAPL Club Coach, NSPA (Certified Sports Nutrition Coach), Iron Athlete Weightlifting Coach

Personal Trainer

Shane has 25 years of experience as a Personal Trainer and Rehab Specialist with degrees including MS in Anatomy and Physiology and BS in Exercise Science. As a competitive athlete Shane has competed in MMA, Power Lifting, Olympic Lifting, Functional Fitness, Wrestling, to name a few. Shane applies his knowledge to chase his passion and assist other athletes in improving their sports performance, as well as, helping the general population to improve their health, life, and fitness. 


Spencer Bradford


Personal Trainer

Spencer has been involved in the fitness industry for over 14 years and has a broad spectrum of experience including: kettlebells, gymnastics coaching, powerlifting, yoga and martial arts. Spencer is a strong believer that function follows form and has always put a particular emphasis on finding the correct movements and appropriate scaling for each and every client.


Matt Williamson


Diagnostic Movement Specialist, Massage Therapist

Since graduating from the Aveda Institute in 2002, Matt has treated 35,000+ clients and has 30,000+ hours of hands on treatment. Matt has always had a passion for helping people move without pain. In 2014 he realized that people need more than moving without pain. Since, his new life's work has been helping people restore human movement by removing pain in order to breathe and move well, allowing a return to training, sport, or whatever life activity you love!  

He has worked with Olympians (past and present), weekend warriors, kids, teens, you name it. He currently works with everyone from women in their 70's, kids, multi-sport athletes, to members of the Minnesota Vikings. He has also been a massage instructor since 2005.

Matt has a passion for learning and is on a continuous search for any methodologies that can help restore human movement as well as maintain emotional freedom. He is currently researching Body Language with an emphasis on facial micro expressions as well as RPR (Reflexive Performance Reset) - a manual muscle testing procedure to reset muscle integration to help restore body integration for movement. 

Oh, and ask him about food. After all, he did graduate from Le Cordon Bleu Culinary school in 2000.