Ariadne Greenberg

Barrington, RI 02806-4750

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taking over a sloppy mess of a group ex program that has not been monitored. Instructors resistance to authority

13 Answers | Asked by User on Nov 19, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Nov 22, 2016

Hi Stacy First, congratulations on your position. Being a coordinator can be an intimidating position... especially if you come into a place where everyone else knows the system and each other. I think you have gotten some really good advice already. I also think you are starting out in a ...

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How did you learn anatomy?

12 Answers | Asked by Tom Borromeo on Apr 07, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Apr 09, 2016

I have used a number of methods. This was a long time ago, but one of the best classes I had in graduate school was anatomy, and we were tested throughout the semester. Having the time to focus on discrete areas was really helpful. I suspect you have less time to get it all, which is hard, bu...

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Many of my clients don't eat properly. I would like to be able to offer more nutritional advice for weight loss

12 Answers | Asked by Dianne Della Ratta on Apr 01, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Apr 01, 2016

I agree with Karin and Harris in what they say regarding the difference between behavioral change strategies and motivation as opposed to actual food and health information. Another issue with offering meal planning and detailed nutritional advice is that one must understand the law as it appl...

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What is the scope of practice for a Licensed Sports Nutritionist?

4 Answers | Asked by Chauncenia Carroll on Mar 31, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Apr 01, 2016

I would like to suggest you do a few things.... first look at the legal requirements for nutritional consultation in your state. From what I can see by a cursory examination your state seems to be relatively easy going, but it is important to check with the state..Here is some info on Colorado: ...

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Senior Fitness strength and cardio ideas

5 Answers | Asked by Lisa Hyman on Mar 16, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Mar 31, 2016

you have a range of responses here, and I think the ideas are good: make sure if they have specific conditions that they get medical clearance, individualize for the specific needs of the people who come to you, and so on. I will mention a couple of things that I have found generally helpful w...

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What makes your "Balance Class" successful?

15 Answers | Asked by Lindy Smith on Mar 22, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Mar 31, 2016

Hi Lindy I have been off the site for a while, so just read through the thread. It is an interesting topic. To me it sounds as though you are less asking about how to do a balance class, then how to take the class you are leading under the direction of the physical therapists and modify it to m...

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los angeles and orange county market research

3 Answers | Asked by Kevin McDowell on Mar 26, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Mar 31, 2016

Such research is available, but generally since it is costly to design and collect such research the companies that do so charge for it and do it for those who commission it. Your best bet is probably to research articles in industry sources, such as the IDEA magazines which often do articles on tr...

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Creating a better community

8 Answers | Asked by Andrew Slezak on Feb 09, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Feb 12, 2016

I am somewhat familiar with your area, having grown up in DC, and having worked in fitness there for about 10 years. I suspect your population has more money than time. To that end I imagine it will not just be a question of what sorts of programs you offer, but how flexible you are with timing, a...

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Looking to hire someone with NESTA yoga certification. Is this a good cert?

7 Answers | Asked by Vicki Elliott-brown on Feb 06, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Feb 07, 2016

btw there are TONS of yoga instructors out there now. Studios love running teacher training because it is a big money maker. So you should find, particularly if you offer pay that is industry standard for your geographic area, that you have no problem getting a wide choice of teachers. One sugges...

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Looking to hire someone with NESTA yoga certification. Is this a good cert?

7 Answers | Asked by Vicki Elliott-brown on Feb 06, 2016

Answered by Ariadne Greenberg on Feb 07, 2016

I would suggest if you are looking for a yoga teacher that you do not look for any 'certification' but whether they have an Alliance standing. There are several levels of Alliance standards.... RYT just means registered on the alliance, and indicates no level of training or experience. 200, 300, o...

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