This Wednesday’s luncheon will feature Allen Christensen, Director of the LiVe Well Center who will lead a panel of exercise specialists and a dietician. No mater what your age or fitness level is, the St. George LiVe Well Center has programs to help you live the healthiest life possible, with services focus on improving health and wellness through: physical activity, good nutrition, better sleep, managing stress.
At this luncheon, we'll learn the results of the Chamber's Healthy Business Challenge!
About Our Presenters
Allen was recently hired as the new manager for the St. George LiVe Well Center. Allen loves meeting new people and is thrilled to be working with such a vital team that strives to help others be active and live their best lives possible. Allen holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Education and a certificate in Gerontology from Brigham Young University. Allen also holds an MBA in Health Administration from the University of Colorado Denver. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in Health Education from A.T. Still University, with his research focus interest in social determinants of health. Allen and his wife, Alisa, have three children: Ian (4 years), Naomi (2 years), and Micah (7 weeks). Allen and Alisa lived in St. George between 2011-2012 while Alisa was completing an internship at Dixie Regional Medical Center and loved the St. George area. They enjoy traveling and finding good food spots along the way.
Lucy Sorenson, RDN, CD, CLE
Lucy Sorenson MDA, RDN, CD is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Dixie Regional Medical Center. She graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and a Masters in Dietetics Administration. She has worked as a dietitian for 10 years with focused emphasis within LiVe Well on weight management, diabetes, mindful eating, sports nutrition and eating disorders. She has a certificate in adult weight management. She enjoys teaching classes and doing community presentations and is passionate about helping others make lifestyle changes through mindfulness and intuitive eating.
Kevin Weston received his Master’s degree in Applied Exercise Science from Concordia University Chicago and his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University. He is a certified Exercise Physiologist from the American College of Sports Medicine and has additional certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the Cooper Institute and is a certified balance and mobility instructor. He has worked professionally in the preventative health industry since 2004 and specializes in functional exercise. Kevin loves sharing his passion for physical activity and human movement.