Sarah Graham, MS, PT 

Sarah has practiced physical therapy in Colorado since 1992, specializing in dance medicine for the past 19 years.  She has an extensive background in manual therapy and is certified in Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation.  Previous experiences include:  serving as the company physical therapist for the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble for five years, treating principal dancers from Colorado Ballet and Wonderbound, as well as providing physical therapy services for national touring Broadway shows.  She is a member of the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science and currently serves on the physical therapy staff of Colorado Ballet.

 

 

 

 

 

Jan Dunn, MS

Jan is a dance medicine and Pilates specialist, Franklin Method Educator, currently living in Princeville, Kauai (HI) where she is co-owner of Pilates Plus Kauai Wellness Center.  She is also Wellness Editor for the online blog, 4dancers.org.  During the many years she lived in Denver, she was adjunct faculty of the University of Colorado Department of Theatre and Dance, and co-founded the Department's Dance Wellness Program.  Jan has been active in dance medicine since 1981. She was President of the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS) from 1993-1997, served as the Executive Director from 1997- 2001, and was on the Board of Directors of IADMS from 1991-1993/ 2002-2011. She is currently on the IADMS Education Committee. Jan and Sarah were the dance medicine providers for the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble from 1998-2003.  From 2005-2008, Jan was the Coordinator of Dance Wellness Lab for the department of Theater and Dance, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA.  She was the co-chair of the International Dance Medicine Conference in Taiwan in 2004 and founding chair of the National Dance Association’s Committee on Dance Science and Medicine, 1989-1993.  Jan was on the dance faculty at Colorado College, Connecticut College,  School of the Hartford Ballet, Florida State University, and Washington University.  She originated The Dance Medicine/Science Resource Guide, co-founded the Journal of Dance Medicine & Science, and has presented and taught internationally for over twenty-seven years.