Posted on: Wednesday September 19, 2012
Ready to get into shape? If so, come join us starting October 1st at Encore! Emily Jederlinich, certified fitness trainer, is leading a class targeting cardiovascular endurance, strengthening and core stability. It is designed to challenge you throughout 12+ sessions and is appropriate for beginners, intermediate and advance exercise enthusiasts.
Each exercise is modified for individual needs and will help shape your body and work muscles that need attention. BEGINNERS! Do not feel discouraged if you can’t keep up at first, the exercises will be modified according to your needs and level. Classes will be small with no more than 10 women per class. Refreshments and healthy snacks will be provided!
Days the classes will be held: Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Time: 6:30-7:15 PM
Location: Encore Physical Therapy in the Westview Plaza
2609 NW 9th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
Cost: $10.00 drop-in or $100.00 monthly (12 sessions)
To sign up: Contact Emily at 541-740-5525 / email – email@example.com
First 5 participants get a FREE prize!
Emily Jederlinich is an ISSA certified fitness and senior fitness trainer, who specializes in creating exercise plans to meet individual needs. She is a graduate from Oregon State University who has earned an undergraduate degree in exercise sports science pre-occupational therapy. She has worked with a variety of individuals with many different ailments ranging from strokes, severe brain injuries to muscle sprains. With this experience, it makes her well equipped in helping encourage individuals reach their fitness and health goals.
Posted on: Monday January 23, 2012
We have moved to 2609 NW 9th Street in the Westview Plaza. We welcome anyone to come by for a visit and tour of the new facility!
Posted on: Wednesday January 11, 2012
The Oregon State gymnastics team, ranked No. 7 in the preseason coaches’ poll, opens the season at home this Friday Jan. 13th, against No. 4 Oklahoma at 7 p.m. Encore will be the proud sponsor of this event! Watch for us inside at the main entrance to Gill Colliseum. We are looking forward to seeing you there to cheer the Beavers on to their first victory of the 2012 season !!!
Posted on: Monday September 26, 2011
On Saturday October 29th, Encore’s physical therapists will be offering free pre and post stretching at the 1st Annual Runaway Pumpkin Half Marathon in Lebanon! Look for our booth close to the start and finish line! For more information on the event and for finish line injury prevention tips, click on the “Read more” tab.
Posted on: Wednesday September 7, 2011
Sunday, September 25th, Encore’s physical therapists were at the Corvallis Fall Festival Run bright and early to help runners get stretched out prior to and after the run. It was a cool morning, but excellent weather for a morning run! We had a great time and hope that all participating runners had an excellent outcome! Click on “keep reading” and take a look at our pics!
Posted on: Friday August 19, 2011
This will be an event for anyone interested in the anatomy of running, biomechanics of various foot strikes as well as prevention and treatment of the most common running injuries. This is an excellent chance to make a difference for yourself, so don’t run by this opportunity!
Posted on: Friday July 15, 2011
Encore is excited to offer a FREE 4 week series of Pilate entitled “Introduction to Core Concepts” instructed by Theresa Knight. This course will focus on location and activation of core muscles, using these muscles to support the spine, posture, uniform development, breathing, stable pelvis, shoulder girdle as well as movement and neutral spine.
Posted on: Monday May 2, 2011
Thank you so much to everyone for taking the time to fill out one of our raffle tickets at the garden festival on Sunday, May 1st!
Posted on: Tuesday February 8, 2011
Frank Hann, DPT, recently had an article published in the IN Corvallis Magazine February / March 2011 Volume 2, Issue 1 – “Ask a Professional.”
Posted on: Wednesday November 24, 2010
Plantar fasciitis is a fancy medical name for what’s commonly known as “heel pain.” “Plantar” means the bottom of the foot, “fascia” is a deep, thick connective tissue and “itis” means inflammation. Hence it is an inflammation of the connective tissue that spans from the toes to the heel bone on the bottom of the foot.