169Krisen Day

Physical Restoration, Movement Analysis, Pilates, Sports Focused Training, Pilates-based Rehabilitation, Dance, Kettlebell.

Krisen Day was born and raised in Wyoming. She earned her Bachelors of Science and Dance degree with certifications in Pilates and Labanotation (a system of analyzing and notating movement) from Texas Woman’s University in 1996. She spent 3 years in Seattle where, along with performing, she trained Seahawks players, Pacific Northwest Ballet dancers, and was the Director of Rehabilitation for the Washington High School for Performing Arts. She moved to the East Coast and split her time between Massachusetts and New York while she pursued her dance and film career.  While there, she owned and operated 3 Pilates Studios, taught at UMASS, Mt. Holyoke College, University of Hartford, Cooley Dickinson Hospital, and guest lectured for several sports teams, health organizations, and performance groups. Along with her certifications from the PhysicalMind Institute, Physical Conditioning Center, and Polestar Pilates Education, she received advanced certifications in Pilates-based neurological rehabilitation, rotational sports assessment, and gait analysis from Polestar. She is also a certified kettlebell instructor (Kettlebell Concepts), and has further training though Polestar’s rehabilitation series, MELT,  and Hannah Somatic Education.  She founded Prana Physical Arts and Momentum Pilates Centers prior to opening The Fix: Physical Restoration in 2006 intending to remind every-body that by restoring our physical health we can renew our lives.  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.

 

 

 

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MELT, Yoga

Enilse discovered Yoga (and body/mind awareness techniques) in 1985 while living and studying art in Paris, France. She has been practicing and teaching Yoga for over 27 yrs. In addition to yoga, she teaches meditation,Yoga for scoliosis, Restorative Yoga and other fitness classes at Red Mountain Resort, in Ivins, UT. As a full MELT Instructor since 2012, she shares MELT Hand & Foot to help persons or all ages live balanced, joyful, pain free lifestyles. MELT Method is not just an anti-aging technique, it is a whole body approach that creates a healthy, stable body- a perfect complement to Pilates, dance, yoga and/or other fitness programs. Enilse is very excited to get Southern Utah hooked on feeling better with MELT! She teaches monthly Workshops at THE FIX () and is available for private or semi private sessions by appointments (most Saturdays).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jazmin parker

Pre-Ballet

Jazmin Parker started dancing at the age of 8 in the Ballet School Makarova in Ensenada Mexico. At the age of 15 she began to take ballet more seriously and knew that she wanted to teach, so she started to volunteer to teach the little girls in her ballet school, then other age groups in other local ballet schools. When she moved to Salt Lake City, she continued her dancing education in Salt Lake City Ballet were she performed.  She started her own class in a community center for girls between the ages 3-6 years old. Jazmin is looking forward to continue her schooling in dance at Dixie State University so she can help inspire girls and young women to enter into the world of dance.

 

 

 

 

 

JEnnie Jones

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Jennie Jones began dancing in Salt Lake City, Utah. After performing for a season with Colorado Ballet, she returned to the University of Utah to finish a BFA in Ballet. While performing with Utah Ballet at the University, Jennie continued teaching at the school where she had trained growing up, Children’s Ballet Theater under the direction of Julie and Stacey Orlob. After graduating, she explored modern dance in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. There she was a dancer for Contemporary Dance Wyoming while directing the Junior Repertory Company of the school at Dancer’s Workshop, and had the opportunity of dancing with national companies such as Elisa Monte Dance and Diavolo. After returning from an LDS mission in southern Chile, Jennie moved to St. George, where she now enjoys dancing with St. George Dance Company, teaching at Dixie State University and other local studios, and spending time with her husband and son.

 

 

 

 

 

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Licensed Massage Therapy

Vickie has lived in St. George for 5 years.  She has been in practice for 8 years.  She graduated from the College of Massage Therapy in 2006 and has over 1,000 hours of training in massage and bodywork.  Her specialties include: Swedish, deep tissue, sports, reflexology, and hot stone.  She began her career in a chiropractic office, then ventured out on her own.  She offers her clients a safe haven to receive true therapeutic touch for chronic pain, recovery, and relaxation.  Massage is imperative to maximizing athletic performance, preventing injuries, and reducing recovery time. It also supports general well being and relaxation.  She tailors each session to individual needs.

 

 

Bill Wilsted

World Combat Fighting Systems
Mr. Willsted is a Senior Defensive Tactics Instructor for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security along with being an instructor in the complete martial arts system of Wu Ji Chyuan Fa “All Origins Martial Method” taught by the truly amazing Master Thomas Garriga. Mr. Wilsted is also a certified instructor of Felix Valencia LAMECO Eskrima and holds a black-belt in Kuk Sool Do & Hapkido; and has spent years training between the martial arts of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, Yip Man Wing Chun, and Seidokan Aikido along with a few others. He has also had the joy of briefly training with both former UFC Light Heavy Weight Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and later on with UFC veteran Jeremy “Gumby” Horn.

 

Linda Gundmondson Wilson

Ballet
Linda was allowed to dance with Virginia Tanner at the age of 3. She continued to study all sorts of dance throughout the Salt Lake Valley from many other very notable teachers. She moved to El Paso,Texas where she luckily found her place with the very wonderful Ingeborg Heuser and the UTEP Civic Ballet. She spent all of her high school years focusing on ballet technique and performance. Miss Heuser warned her she would want to teach someday. She returned to SLC to join Ballet West under the direction of Willam Christiansen and later under Bruce Marks. After rising to the rank of soloist she decided to head east. She went on a short stop-over to Minneapolis (mid-west) where she remained until she retired from the stage. There she was a principle dancer with Loyce Houlton’s The Minnesota Dance Theatre and Myron Johnson’s Ballet of the Dolls. Thanks to her husband Deward for pushing her to the dance scene in St. George, Utah. It’s happening!