My hope is that we never lose sight of the fact that there are still undiscovered "technologies" that exist within the physical body. Once explained, we can then optimize human performance and injury prevention by creating new thresholds for excellence in training elite athletes, performing artists, and lifestyle enthusiasts. ~ Dr. Veera
Dr. Veera Kharé Asher is a performance coach, scientist, entrepreneur and academic, with a unique background and expertise in strength and conditioning, as well as opera singing and technology. Based out of Marina Del Rey, California, she is the founder of KPERFORM™, addressing the Human Performance Ecosystem with various age, level and gender agnostic products, including her patent-pending Precision Form Training™ (PFT) system.
Dr. Veera Khare Asher is the only doctoral level (DMA) voice professional with the advanced training certification CSCS [Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist], USAW1 [USA Weightlifting Sport Performance Coach Certification], and specialist in targeting the proprioceptive field for improved performance of neural feedback systems.
She was appointed to the National Faculty at the United States Sports Academy in 2015, and later that year, joined the part-time faculty at Loyola Marymount University teaching applied voice and The Vocal Experience to non-music majors. She established a club with her students called LMU BeBraveLeaders Freestyle, focusing on improvisation to help reduce anxiety and build confidence in public speaking and singing.
Dr. Asher has established unrivaled collaborations between disparate disciplines of science and medicine, performing arts, strength and conditioning, athletic performance, injury prevention, LTAD (long term athletic development), military, and general health and wellness. She is focusing on Real-Live Events, Digital Applications and Phygital formats, integrating gamification, experiential challenges, distributed ledger technology and lockchain, with support of an extensive community of individuals with expert skills.