Graston Technique is a form of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization or better known as IASTM. It is the utilization…
Executive Lead Physical Therapy Aide
Janelah was raised on the beautiful island of Oahu, Hawaii. In 2021, she graduated from University of California, Irvine with a Bachelor’s of Fine Art in Dance Performance and a minor in Biological Sciences.
In her early childhood, she spent most of her time training in classical ballet. At the age of 12, she furthered her dance training with Pas De Deux Hawaii, by learning various dance styles such as ballet, pointe, jazz, contemporary, and hip hop. With Pas De Deux Hawaii, she danced competitively at prestigious competitions including Youth American Grand Prix, Spotlight Dance Cup, and The Dance Awards in Las Vegas. During her collegiate years, she primarily focused on contemporary and modern dance. At UCI’s Claire Trevor School of the Arts, she performed in many choreographic works by UCI faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students. Since high school, Janelah has been teaching dance technique. This sparked her interest in wanting to learn more about injury prevention and body mechanics to help people through rehabilitation and training.
In her free time, Janelah enjoys hiking, watching movies, and taking dance classes