Jenn Chang DPT, received Bachelor degrees in both General Biology and Dance in 2008 at UC San Diego and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2011. Having over 20 years of formal dance training in ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, hip hop and break dancing, she has always been immersed in the study of movement. To supplement her dance training, Jenn found Yoga to be the best modality to strengthen her body, increase flexibility, and gain a new level of awareness. What was especially important to her was the focus on the breath while transitioning from one pose to the next, which is a concept that has enriched her dance practice, both in the studio and on the stage. Jenn has been teaching dance and gymnastics for over 10 years to both adults and children and has a true passion for teaching others. As a clinician, her background enhances her understanding of biomechanics and augments her skills as a manual therapist in order to provide her patients with the best quality of care. Jenn’s treatment approach focuses on increasing body awareness and re-balancing the body as well as facilitating the healing and retraining of damaged tissues for optimal functional mobility and pain free movement.
Rachel Krentzman RPT, E-RYT, is the owner and director of Embody Physical Therapy & Yoga. She received her degree in Physical Therapy from McGill University (Montreal, Quebec) in 1996 and has worked in a variety of acute care, rehab and outpatient facilities. After healing herself from a severe back injury using yoga and related therapies, […]
Sarah received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from San Diego State University and her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Point Loma Nazarene University. She has had a passion for health and movement sciences for over 10 years, dating back to high school where she took her first Athletic Training class. Her primary areas of […]
Shannon Linzer, DPT, OCS, CSCS, RYT200 earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Boston University in 2009. In 2013 she achieved Board Certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. She has been a vinyasa yoga teacher since 2014 and complements evidence-based physical therapy practice with vinyasa’s flowing mindfulness. When not treating patients or reading up on […]