March into Movement Instructors

 In General

ARPF is so grateful for these wonderful instructors who volunteer their time and energy to help us bring valuable programs to our community. We are thrilled to introduce you to our March into Movement instructors:


Taylor Temnick, Ed.D, LAT, ATC, CES, RYT-200

Taylor Temnick, Ed.D., LAT, ATC, CES, RYT-200

Taylor has been a board-certified and licensed Athletic Trainer since 2012 and is the Wellness Director for a primary care office in Florida. As an athletic trainer, Taylor has worked in the secondary, collegiate, and physical therapy settings providing immediate and emergent care, wellness promotion, and injury/illness prevention and rehabilitation. In addition to being a certified and licensed athletic trainer, Taylor is a NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist, an ACE Fitness Nutrition and Weight Management Specialist, an ARPF Brain Longevity Specialist, an American Heart Association BLS instructor, and a registered Yoga Teacher.


Lana Gelb, MS, BLS

Born in South Africa, Lana Gelb has lived & worked in 4 Countries. As an Exercise Physiologist (ACSM), International Somatic Movement Therapist (ISMETA), an Ageless Grace Trainer and a  Brain Longevity Specialist(ARPF), Lana offers a unique perspective identifying the causes of mental and physical dysfunction. Her work is based on combining elements of Movement with Cognition, which has been shown to be one of the most effective ways to activate & maintain brain function. At 77 years young, she aspires to inspire & to be a role-model to those who feel lost and don’t know how to start or where to find appropriate, relevant, simple solutions. She has been developing fun, beneficial programs for decades to make Brain & Body Fitness programs light and fun which sometimes can be heavy and repetitive!

She is grounded in the cutting-edge science of Neuroplasticity and is passionate about supporting her clients on how to change their brain to change their lives. Her most recent signature program was developed during the Pandemic and is a culmination of her 42-year career in Wellness Education.


Kerry Ruiz, BS, BLS

Kerry is a lifelong resident of BR/La and a graduate of Louisiana State University. Kerry and his wife Paula own Alive & Well Wellness studio where he instructs Tai Chi and Qigong, Brain Health exercises and coordinates community events. He draws on more than 30 years of business skills to make Alive & Well an incomparable customer service experience. He pulls from his experience as Director of Downtown Business Association and Live After Five to strengthen community outreach via their non-profit organization called Lighthouse for the Body, Mind and Soul. Currently, his greatest professional joy is using his Tai Chi training to help Veterans with PTSD and depression via the United States Veterans Administration across the US as well as members of the Baton Rouge Community and helping clients achieve Brain Health.

Kerry is the current Regional Tai Chi Liaison for Veteran Affairs and committee member of the LA Governor’s Council on Suicide Prevention for Veterans & their Families and the Mayor’s Advisory Council on Veterans Affairs.


Kimberlee Bow, MA, LPC, R-DMT, CT, ACS, BC-TMH, CFE/T, RSME/T, DAIS, RYT500

Kimberlee Bow is Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Dance/Movement Therapist (R-DMT), Sport and Performance Consultant, and author based in Douglas County, Colorado, focused on providing virtual services across populations through her business AbunDANCE Somatic Center. She has experience ranging from clinical to director level work. In addition to her professional experience, she is a passionate volunteer. Volunteering with organizations such as the Veterans Administration, Alzheimer’s Association, the Red Cross, and National Jewish Health, her passion for people and their communities is always in her heart. Prior to her career in the field, Kimberlee was awarded her Master’s Degree in Somatic Counseling Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, CO after completing her undergraduate degree in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology at the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO. Currently, she has returned to graduate school to advance her education with a doctorate in psychology.


Eve Adler, RN, E-RYT, YACEP, BLS

Eve Adler is a Registered Nurse, Registered Yoga Teacher, Qi Gong Practitioner, Health Correspondent, and Brain Longevity Specialist at ARPF. She is dedicated to creating accessible opportunities for healthy aging. Eve is currently the President of the Board of Directors of the Hawaii Yoga Institute, a member of the Board of Directors of The Society for the Research and Application of Nanlaoshu, a Health Correspondent for HealthCetera, and a Yoga Teacher in the Accessible Yoga Studio.

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