PT, CSCS – Master
Move Forward To A Healthier You!
Maggie specializes in exercise and therapeutic movement and her treatment approach starts with the premise that movement is healthy. She believes a key to treating injury is to identify movement patterns that contribute to pain and injury and then restore healthy movement. After a thorough assessment, carefully selected exercises are prescribed to promote muscle balance, good posture and body awareness. Maggie’s clients learn to move in ways that facilitate well integrated movement. Conversely clients learn to recognize habitual patterns that limit their athletic performance or lead to recurring injuries. Movement therapy is done in conjunction with other treatments including manual therapy and physical therapy modalities.
Maggie Miller, PT, CSCS has over 20 years’ experience as a physical therapist with a focus in treatment and prevention of orthopedic and sports injuries. In addition, she has 6 years experienced as a sports conditioning and fitness specialist. She earned her BS in physical therapy from Northwestern University and holds certifications in ergonomic assessment and strength and conditioning of athletes. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Sports physical therapy section, and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She has lectured at WA Strength and Conditioning Association annual meetings in the areas of ACL injury prevention and core stabilization. Her passion is helping clients “move forward” beyond physical limitations to an active, healthy lifestyle.
PTA, ACSM-CPT, AFAA certified Group Fitness Instructor, Advanced LeMond Cycle Certified Instructor – Expert
Yasuyo was born in Japan and moved to California in 1969. Her father was a 4th degree black belt in karate and trained her for 10+ years. She picked up kick boxing in Colorado where she trained for 6 yrs. Her formal teaching on Bainbridge started at Family Martial Arts where she was sidelined after an injury. She got back to regular exercise when she joined BAC in 2005 and started cycle classes. She loved it so much she became a certified cycle instructor through LeMond Fitness and started teaching classes. Shortly after that, she earned a Group Exercise Instructor certification through AFAA.
If that wasn’t enough, she also went and earned her Personal Trainer certification through ACSM (ACSM-CPT). To enhance her skills to help clients get back to fitness after injuries, Yasuyo earned her degree in Physical Therapist Assistant from Olympic College. Yasuyo is available for personal martial arts instruction as well as general personal training and physical therapy through KPT at BAC.