Gregory Jones

Gregory Jones, Executive Director

Greg oversees daily operations at Physio Ed. He is directly involved with the development of new classes and services offered to our community. Greg comes from a public safety and education background creating a perfect fit for overseeing our safe, well-organized programming. He began a career as a park ranger, working in emergency response and education for Arizona State Parks. After moving to California, Greg accepted an executive leadership position as Director of Health and Safety for the American Red Cross. His experience in program development, training coordination, and dedication to public service provide a knowledgeable, practical approach to delivering Physio Ed. services to our community. 

Dr. Kathy Doubleday DPT, Clinical Director

Dr. Doubleday graduated from the nationally-acclaimed Physical Therapy Doctorate program at the University of Southern California, scoring many academic awards along the way. As well as providing outstanding therapeutic results, Kathy continues to be an advocate for patient rights and access to care. She has earned the respect of peers, academics, physicians and surgeons for her thoughtful approach and highly successful patient outcomes. She continues to practice physical therapy at her clinic in Ojai, California.

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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.