Chantelle Vaughan

Chantelle has had a lifelong passion for physical movement and exercise, a respect for its healing effects and a desire to empower others to heal themselves. She graduated from California State University, Sacramento, in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology. Chantelle returned to California State University, Sacramento, and earned a Masters degree in Physical Therapy in 2007.

Chantelle worked in Sacramento, CA for three years as a manual orthopedic Physical therapist specializing in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction prior to moving to Hawaii. She has continued her postgraduate education attending courses focusing on research-based practice of Cervical and Lumbar Spinal Disorders and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in women and children. Chantelle's motivation to specialize in treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction stems from witnessing women of all ages within her family struggle with various feminine health issues but failing to find relief.

Dance, whether teaching or performing, has been a part of Chantelle's life for some 25 years and continues to be a source of joy, motivation and energy.