Our Story

When Chris and I first started on this journey together, we didn't know where it would take us. We just knew that we wanted to help people become their best selves. Chris came from a pre-med background, and I spent time learning Yoga and Eastern medicine. It seemed fitting that we should merge the two to find the optimal balance for achieving lasting health and fitness outcomes.


Biohacking seems almost an oversimplification of what we do, because the word implies a certain coldness. As if it has a mechanical and unemotional nature about it. But Chris and I see it as a critical starting point. Regardless of who you are or where you come from, I can bet you want to live a long, happy, and healthy life. This all starts within the human biology. If we can learn to take back control of that which we've become so detached from, we have hope for not just better individual h a better world and a higher state of consciousness.

We started as a blog, but have since grown into a full-service educational platform, making biohacking both accessible and enjoyable. And we couldn't be more excited about what has yet to come.

Colin Smith

Co-founder/Vp of Business Development

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The Team

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Colin Smith

Cofounder/VP Business Development

Colin is a graduate of the University of Maryland, receiving a degree in Business Management from the Robert H. Smith School of Business. After struggling with anxiety and depression throughout adolescence, he discovered the healing power of Yoga and mindfulness practices. In his senior year he became a RYT-200 Yoga teacher through Balanced Life School of Yoga. Colin is adamant that the only way to control the mind is to start with the body, which is why he's so passionate about biohacking not only as a means of living longer, but living fully as well.

Chris Varano

Chris Varano

Co-founder/VP of Marketing

A senior premedical student at the University of Maryland, College Park, Chris is a passionate neurobiological student and exercise enthusiast. Apart from school and exercise, Chris is deeply interested in the power of meditation and using scientific research and spiritual knowledge to address mental health. He enjoys writing about topics such as education, mindfulness, and diet and exercise.