About Us

You want a life without joint pain. We’ll teach you how… without drugs or surgery. 

Joint pain affects millions of people around the world. Sadly, the medical community often tries to solve joint pain with harmful drugs or worse, invasive strategies like injections or surgery. 

We are small team of medically trained professionals devoted to one thing: teaching people 50+ how to live pain free, the natural way. It’s never too late for the body to heal and recover. We’ll show you how. 

Join Our Community of Over 50,000 Good Lifers

Are you a Good Lifer? A Good Lifer seeks the natural approach to joint pain and is proactive in learning alternative solutions to conventional medicine. 

Learn More About Our Team

Founder & Head Coach Todd Kuslikis, MMT, MPA

Coach Todd received his initial training in health at the Blue Heron Academy of Healing Arts and Sciences in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He advanced through their 600 and 1200 hour programs and started a successful medical manual therapy practice treating patients with a holistic approach including manual manipulation, exercise and stretching rehabilitation, nutrition, herbal medicine and acupuncture. 

He went on to study Nursing at Western Michigan University and received his Masters degree in Public Administration with a focus on public health and non-profit management from Grand Valley State University. Todd’s passion for helping people led him to become the Closed Head & Spinal Cord Injury Program Director at Health Care Associates & Community Caregivers. During this time, the desire to reach a greater audience with the critical, preventive health information he learned led him to start A Shot of Adrenaline, one of the largest bodyweight exercise resources online and soon after, Feel Good Life, a resource helping people 50+ eliminate joint pain using natural techniques.

Fun Fact: Todd and his wife Allison now travel full time in a large 41ft 5th wheel RV with their 4 precious kids (age 7 and under).  Allison shares more of their adventures on Instagram.

Content Director and Executive Assistant Feel Good Life | About UsTaryn Sowa, PTA

Taryn started working with Feel Good Life after 8 years working in Outpatient Physical Therapy in Chicago, IL. She is trained in manual therapy and joint rehabilitation as a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. Taryn earned her degree from Baker College of Muskegon, MI and she went on to take additional training provided by Maitland-Australian and Movement System Impairment Syndromes. During her time with one-on-one patient care, Taryn worked with people ages 10-100 and treated numerous different diagnoses.

When she became a mother, she knew she wanted to continue her passion for helping others to heal naturally and avoid surgery. 

Taryn enjoys serving the Feel Good Life community and raising her family, which includes her husband, two children, and two pugs. 

Feel Good Life | About UsCustomer Service Manager Brianna Wright

Brianna is the Feel Good Life Customer Service Manager and full-time student. She is currently enrolled at Ferris State University in the Dental Hygiene program. She recently got married to her husband, and they have three kids. Her favorite thing to do is spending time with her family and friends!

Feel Good Life Manifesto

A good lifer is that courageous person inside anyone 50+ that believes age is not a number, it is a feeling. Life is not a series of years stacked up but a series of experiences that have brought fulfillment to their life. Retirement is an opportunity to feel more, to be more, to enjoy more.

A good lifer is pain-free, full of spirit and smiles for no reason at all. S/he values the body they were given like a treasure and cares for it every day.

A good lifer is independent and strong.

A good lifer controls their thoughts and directs them towards positivity, impact and vitality. A good lifer does not complain about a situation but chooses to take responsibility for what they can control.

A good lifer realizes the wisdom they have gained over the years holds tremendous value for generations to come and desires to pass on this wisdom.

A good lifer still has much they want to accomplish, people they want to impact and love they want to share.