Holly Clemens

Anatomy Trains Structural Integration Certified Teacher

Certified to assist:

  • Dissection lab (in person courses)

Holly Clemens, Ph.D., LMT, is honored to be part of the Anatomy Trains family. Holly is a certified Anatomy Trains Teacher for Movement. In addition to teaching Anatomy Trains for Movement courses, Holly is an assistant for the Anatomy Trains Fascial Dissection workshops.

Holly is a Professor of Sport & Exercise Studies at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) in Parma, Ohio and has been teaching at the College level for 25 years. Her teaching expertise includes exercise physiology, kinesiology, exercise prescription and program design, motor development, women’s health, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation/first aid. At the college, Holly assists with movement-based strength and conditioning training for the various athletic teams.

She has been involved in the fitness industry for 30+ years teaching a variety of health, fitness and wellness activities to individuals and groups and serving as a consultant for corporate wellness businesses. Holly also coached for 8 years at a private gymnastics club from various levels to Elite level gymnasts. She has been honored to serve as a presenter for numerous health, fitness, and wellness workshops in the United States.

In addition to being a Professor at Tri-C and a Licensed Massage Therapist, Holly is an ACSM-Certified Exercise Physiologist, ACSM Credentialed Exercise is Medicine-Level 2, NSCA-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA Certified Personal Trainer, Fascial Stretch Therapist-Level III, Yoga Tune-Up Level I Teacher, Yoga Alliance E-RYT500, and American Heart Association Basic Life Support CPR/AED Instructor.

“Engagement, enthusiasm and relevance” best describe my teaching philosophy. I believe students learn best when they are actively involved in the learning process and have an enjoyable learning environment.  I love to engage students in my courses by using diverse teaching methods and, encouraging their use of a variety of cognitive skills. I am always looking for those ‘light switches to turn on’ when students can apply and synthesize the information into their own lives.  As an educator, I want to inspire students to learn about Anatomy Trains and the neuro-myofascial system and apply it to their own practices. Students are more motivated to learn when they see how the material can be used to understand something about themselves and their clients.