Togo was certiﬁed in KMI in 2004. He was born and raised in Japan. He came to the US in 1979 and graduated from Loma Linda University with a B.S. in Mathematics (1983), Biomathematics (1984), M.P.H. in Biostatistics (1986), and B.S. in Physical Therapy (1988). He is also certiﬁed in Paul St. John’s Neuromuscular Massage Therapy (1993) and Hellerwork (1995).
He started his physical therapy practice in Hawaii in 1989. His work is inﬂuenced by works of Stanley Paris, Gregory Johnson, Brian Mulligan, John F. Barns, Paul St. John, Lawrence Jones, Jean-Pierre Barrel, John Upledger, Erl Pettman, Diane Lee, Janet Travell, Florence Kendall, Shirley Sharman, Dub Leigh, Jack Painter, Robert Petteway, Joseph Heller, Donna Bajelis, Judith Aston, Moshe Feldenkrais, Thomas Myers, Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford, Larry Goldfarb, Jeﬀ Haller, Sonia Ricotti, Jon Gabriel, and many others.
Togo’s curiosity of Anatomy and Structural Integration led him to go through Thomas Myers’ Certiﬁcation Program. He is interested in organizing the human structure against gravity and movement with eﬃciency as well as bringing togetherness of mind, body and spirit.
His desire is to share his knowledge and experience to assist in clients’ healing process and in awareness of who they are, what they want, and what their purpose are in life through structural and functional integration.