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Krisen Day & Toning A Woman’s Body
June 18, 2014 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Join us on Wednesday June 18th at The Fix St. George (969 N 3050 E, St George, UT 84790) As the beautiful Krisen Day gets us into shape! You will need to come prepared as she will not be lecturing us on HOW to tone our bodies, but demonstrating and we will be DOING the exercises!!! So bring your yoga mat if you have one, workout clothes and a water bottle and get ready to lose some fat, tone your muscles and firm your B’s & B’s (Breasts & Buttocks)!
Physical Restoration, Movement Analysis, Pilates, Sports Focused Training, Pilates-based Rehabilitation, Dance, Kettlebell.
Krisen Day moved to St. George this spring (2013) from the East Coast after retiring from dancing and acting professionally. She was certified in Pilates and movement analysis as part of her Dance and Science degree in 1996. She has participated in the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science conferences, and is a member of Pilates Method Alliance and IDEA, She has guest lectured and taught for several sports teams, health conferences, and arts organizations. She founded Prana Physical Arts and Momentum Pilates Centers prior to opening The Fix. She was also head of rehabilitation at the Washington Performing Arts High School. She founded The Fix: Physical Restoration, LLC. in 2006 intending to remind every-body that by restoring our physical health we can renew our lives. Her work is an outgrowth of training in dance, Pilates, movement rehabilitation, movement analysis, ergonomics, somatics, healthy living, and over 20 years of teaching. Krisen has a B.S. with certifications in Pilates and Labanotation (a system of analyzing and notating movement) from Texas Woman’s University. She is certified by the PhysicalMind Institute, The Physical Conditioning Centre, Polestar Pilates Education, Kettlebell Concepts, and is further trained in MELT and by the Somatic Systems Institute. She has advanced teacher training in neurological rehabilitation, rotational sports assessment, and gait analysis from Polestar. Krisen’s choreographic and performance endeavors give her a platform to experiment with her ongoing interests in body dynamics, limits, and function, as well as relationships and perspective.