Linda Brown’s education includes a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy and a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in rehabilitation, and has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) for over ten years. Her background includes owning and operating a health club where she established an in-house physical therapy clinic and Pilates studio for members wishing to optimize their athletic performance. For seven years, she was the director of the rehabilitation team at a local nursing home, helping elderly patients recover from injuries and surgeries, regain mobility, and enhance their physical and emotional well-being.
An avid, lifelong athlete with many accomplishments, Linda understands all of the aches and pains a weekend warrior or an elite level athlete experiences. She has completed grueling endurance races including American River 50-mile Run four times, Raid Gauloises 1000km Adventure Race, Racing the Planet 250km, primal quest adventure races and multiple marathons, ultra marathons, and 100-mile bike races as well.
Linda loves coaching people at all levels and has helped both runners and bikers through the finish line of short and long distance races.
California State University, Sacramento
MPT | Master of Physical Therapy
BS | Bachelor of Exercise Science
American Physical Therapy Association
2004 – 2019