Physiotique Studio offers personalized sessions that guide you in fine tuning your physicality.
In a supportive and tranquil environment, exercise and movement sessions are developed respecting each person's unique body and original movement patterning. Each session is coached to be practiced with safe alignment and at the appropriate pace for each individual.
Most of the people who come to Physiotique Studio are excited about achieving a certain goal, whether it's accomplishing silky smooth pirouettes or just walking with more ease. Many have already finished formal physical therapy but want to go deeper in learning how to make life even better by creating easy and comfortable movement patterns that become part of everything you do.
Meet Jennifer Davis
MSPT • Dancer • Trainer
Jennifer is always thinking about how the human body moves.
Born and raised in New York City's vibrant arts culture, Jennifer learned to appreciate the creativity expressed in the way each individual confronts their challenges and achieves their goals.
Jenny survived a debilitating accident as a five year old and upon discharge from the hospital a wise surgeon recommended she be enrolled in dance classes to help her regain freedom of movement.
She began in a Modern class and continued with Ballet training. She was lucky to study with many of the most experienced, dedicated and unique dance teachers New York City had to offer.
Her interest in exercise training began as a teenager in the early 1980's with Pilates sessions at Corolla Trier's studio. She studied teacher training with Peter Vaillancourt, learning about teaching Pilates to dancers using reformer and trapeze.
Jennifer went on to dance professionally for almost 20 years, touring in Europe, China and through out the united states. Jennifer retired as a soloist from Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre under the direction of Patricia Wilde.
Jen's continuing fascination with movement helped her earn a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island in 2001. Clinical affiliations included Marika Molnar's Westside Dance Physical Therapy and Hasbro Children's Hospital. She has specialty training in Dance Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation, Functional Dry Needling, Stott Pilates Certification, Pilates Academy International Suspension, Manual Physical Therapy and Orthopedics. Jen is a member of International Association for Dance Medicine and Science.
She has most recently been part of the Physical Therapy team at University Orthopedics at Kettle Point, East Providence Rhode Island where she specializes in Dance injury Rehabilitation and serves as physical therapist for Festival Ballet Providence.