The Heart of Our Program: Volunteers

On behalf of the Bridging Bionics Team, we thank you for your commitment and time dedicated to volunteer for our program.

Our charitable non-profit organization is based in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado and offers advanced technologies that assist neurologically impaired individuals. Our goal is to help our athletes regain their mobility to move and walk again. Volunteers are an essential part of fulfilling this mission.

Here are a few ways you could help:

Program Assistants: Volunteers for our program are specially trained to assist our physical therapists and personal trainers to work with our clients. All program assistants are trained to assist with our advanced technologies including the Galileo whole body vibration systems and a range of bionic exoskeleton suits.

Special Event Volunteers: Bridging Bionics hosts several special events throughout a given year. As we are a charitable organization, we depend on our dedicated volunteers to make all of our events successful. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: event set-up, parking attendants, wait staff, registration crew, live auction spotters, break-down and clean-up crew.

Join Us

We operate out of the Snowmass Club in Snowmass Village and Midland Fitness in Glenwood Springs. We are open Monday-Friday, typically, from 9 am – 5 pm. Program assistant times vary according to physical therapist demand and an athlete’s special needs. Please show up early for your volunteer sessions to assist with set-up and to greet athletes.

All volunteers must complete the following paperwork before being trained to work with clients and the equipment. Please complete and submit the below forms to

If you are interested in being a program assistant, our scheduling manager will be in touch to schedule your first training session. Please bring the original copies with you to your first scheduled training session.

For further information, contact us at: or (970) 379-0721

Our Equipment

We offer physical therapy and personal training combined with advanced technologies such as whole-body vibration and exoskeleton suits.

The essential equipment, which is available for clients to use include (but is not limited to):

  • A raised physical therapy platform mat 
  • A Galileo Neuromuscular Tilt Table
  • Galileo Mano
  • EksoGTTM Bionic Exoskeleton Suit
  • Indego® Bionic Exoskeleton Suit

Communicating Effectively

Communicating effectively and respectfully towards people with disabilities is an important part of our volunteers and staff’s roles. Please be sure to read this important information to ensure we all communicate appropriately to ensure the inclusiveness of our environment.

Inside you will find:

  • The Ten Commandments for communicating with people with disabilities
  • Wheelchair Etiquette
  • Person First Language