About Us

Physio Ed. programs are developed by medical professionals and clinicians to meet the unique needs of movement and aging. We use an evidence-based approach that focuses on building balance, strength, endurance, and flexibility. Though advanced in methodology, classes are designed to be multi-level and approachable for the participants. We’ve used our connection to medical research and practices to design programs that make real-life improvements. Participants benefit from lower instances of chronic conditions such as osteoporosis, balance issues, and hypertension. Our cognitive approach to fitness engages both the brain and the body. This clinical approach is shown to increase the brain’s processing speed and memory, while also improving overall mood. Physio Ed. classes are more than exercise. We deliver proactive healthcare, helping to improve and avoid many of the common pitfalls of getting older.

Gregory Jones

Gregory Jones

Executive Director

Gregory's professional background spans the fields of public safety and education, having real-world experience in law enforcement and emergency medicine prior to becoming Director of Health and Safety for the American Red Cross. In 2004, Gregory took the opportunity to explore online learning platforms, recognizing the potential of technology to revolutionize traditional health education models. As part of a national team of educators and programmers he developed some of the earliest versions of online courses that were available to all, irrespective of geographical barriers. Today, Gregory is acknowledged as an industry leader in online learning, constantly exploring ways to leverage technology and advanced teaching methods to improve learning outcomes. He believes technology used correctly can help to democratize access to health education and resources, creating a more equitable and accessible future.

Kathy Doubleday DPT, OCS

Clinical Director

Dr. Kathy Doubleday is an accomplished Physical Therapist who graduated from the prestigious Physical Therapy Doctorate program at the University of Southern California, earning numerous awards and accolades for her performance. After completing her studies, Dr. Doubleday began practicing Physical Therapy in various settings, including clinics, hospitals, and outpatient facilities. Her expertise in the field quickly earned her the respect of peers and colleagues. She now owns her own outpatient clinic in Ojai, California that specializes in healthy aging. In addition to her skills as a Physical Therapist, Dr. Doubleday is a strong advocate for patient rights and access to care. She believes that quality healthcare should be available to everyone, regardless of financial resources or socioeconomic status. She has dedicated her career to providing top-notch care to all of her patients, and to advocating for policies that support equitable access to healthcare.

Morgan Rotella

Content Specialist

Dr. Morgan Rotella has experience treating a wide array of orthopedic conditions and is a certified specialist in vestibular rehabilitation, treating dizziness, imbalance, fall prevention, and concussion management. She is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys exploring the national and local parks.

Cameron Prendergast

Cameron Prendergast

Content Manager

Cam has been a personal trainer, yoga instructor, and health coach for over ten years. In that time, he has worked with clients in a variety of settings and locations ranging from physical therapy clinics, and gyms, to yoga studios, homes, and mental health facilities. He specializes in injury prevention, functional movement, and strength training based on bodyweight movement and yoga, with the goal to lessen the impact of the aging process. He is also a writer, musician, and end-of-life planner. He lives in Oxnard, California with his wife Lauren and their Dachshund mix, Murphy.