Janet Nelson, M.S., C.O.E., ACSM
Physiologist and Educator
Janet practices both Applied and Clinical Physiology. Physiology is the science of muscle, organs and connective tissue in terms of form and structure. Applied Physiology is more concerned with the purpose and function of these systems and how the entire human body functions together. Therefore, Janet’s treatment sessions specialize in diagnostic and manual hands-on tissue therapy. Her practice focus is education based, whether lecturing to a group or working one on one with her patients.
As a C.O.E. (Certified Office Ergonomist), Janet is well versed in understanding the postural issues resulting from the demands of the workplace and work associated travel. She is qualified to assess and implement change resulting in improved body position, reducing the load on the body and in many cases immediately reducing pain. During the diagnostic assessment of her patients Janet utilizes muscle and nerve response testing methodologies that allow her to identify the root cause of the movement dysfunction or reported pain.
Janet’s approach results in a comprehensive diagnostic map creating the path for treating not only the movement dysfunction and associated physical pain, but also the root causes of both. Drawing from her specialization in soft tissue therapy, Janet utilizes soft tissue system/movement based therapy techniques that treat problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.
Janet has 26 years experience treating competitive and elite athletes, ballerinas, and chronic motion injuries from the work place.
Jenna Zabrosky ERYT200
Experienced Registered Yoga Instructor
Owner of Yoga with Jenna and Lululemon Athletica Ambassador
Jenna Zabrosky ERYT200 is a San Diego based yoga instructor, trained and certified in Vinyasa, Hatha, and Power yoga. Jenna is also a Lululemon Ambassador for the La Jolla, CA store. Her strong and creative vinyasa classes challenge students to develop their asana practice, through skillful alignment cues and adjustments. She creates an environment where both beginning and experienced students feel free to explore the boundaries of their practice without feeling intimidated. Jenna encourages students to see yoga as a tool for empowering and changing their lives, not just physically, but spiritually and emotionally as well. Jenna first came across yoga in 1999, just after high school. After being a competitive springboard diver, yoga seemed like a way to keep her body flexible and strong. Yoga's influence made an immediate and profound impact in her life, and continues to do so today. After a decade and a half of practice, Jenna decided to share yoga's life changing effects by completing the 200 hour RYT comprehensive yoga teacher training program at La Jolla Yoga Center. Over time she has crafted her classes to make each a refreshing and new experience, with creative sequencing, yummy adjustments, and fresh playlists.