Tanya Colucci has been in the fitness industry for over twelve years and is a Master Instructor for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). She is currently recognized as an IDEA Elite Trainer, and has spoken at many industry-wide conferences around the country. Tanya’s recent passion is bringing health, fitness, and wellness into the D.C. Public Schools as the founder of a new nonprofit, Infinity Wellness Foundation. She believes that overall wellness of the mind, body, and spirit are necessary for overall personal growth.
Some of Tanya’s highlighted speaking engagements have been at the IDEA Personal Trainer Institute, Mid-Atlantic ACSM Conference, MACMA, and guest speaking at local Universities.
Education: • MS — American University • BS in Exercise Science — Slippery Rock University Certifications: • NASM CPT, CES, PES • Paul Chek Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 1 • Reiki Master Certified-Energy work technique John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Therapist
Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Slippery Rock University, 1996 - 2000
Master of Science in Health Promotion Management, American University, 2001 - 2004
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Last Updated: February 13th, 2012
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