This will be the first of many posts which spotlight the bio’s of the people who will be providing their expert knowledge and passion on our website. These professionals are the ones who will be making Share It Fitness everything it can be and more. Take a second to read about our pro’s and what they do. These health, fitness, and sport experts are willing and able to help you reach all of your goals, it just takes that first concious decision to change for the better on your part.
Natasha Tininenko PT, DPT
Natasha received her Bachelors in Health Science from the University of Arizona. She went on to earn her Master’s and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ. She has managed physical therapy practices in AZ, IL, and CA over the past 10 years.
Natasha was first exposed to yoga through her extensive dance training. She began teaching Hatha Yoga in 1998 and has been trained in alignment based therapeutics through Professional Yoga Therapy and Purna School of Yoga. She specializes in working with individuals on modifying their yoga practice to help rehabilitate from spine or extremity injuries such at rotator cuff, degenerative disc disease, and arthritis. She has been using yoga along with traditional physical therapy to treat clients in the outpatient physical therapy sector for over 10 years.
Natasha enjoys educating and empowering clients to make necessary changes to improve their overall health and function. She applies her experience as an amateur triathlete and certification in mat pilates with clients who desire to enhance their level of fitness. She is a skilled manual therapist and utilizes a variety of modalities including Therapeutic Yoga, Joint Mobilization, Massage, Active Release Technique, Strain-Counter Strain, and Kinesio Taping.
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