Our Professional Staff:
AquaFit has recruited some of the most
experienced fitness instructors and personal trainers. Each is required to maintain State and/or
national certifications and many offer private instruction on a
If you would like to join the AquaFit
team please view our employment opportunities page.
AquaFit Fitness Personnel:
Ms. Moore holds an
impressive resume of professional health and fitness
certifications. She is a certified personal trainer, which
demonstrates expertise in “risk factor screening, fitness
assessment, nutrition, exercise science, exercise
programming with appropriate progressions, instructional and
spotting techniques, lifestyle modification coaching and
professional scope of practice,” according to the
requirements of the American Council on Exercise.
is a certified Group Exercise Instructor, which demonstrates
her understanding of anatomy, kinesiology, exercise
physiology and instructional techniques including class
design, cueing and injury prevention. She is also certified
in Cardio Kickboxing instruction, water aerobics and CRP/AED
and first aid.
for fitness began in high school where she ran cross county
for Hopewell Valley High School in New Jersey and held
Mercer County’s cross country and mile record. After
attending college and receiving an Associate’s Degree in
Special Education, Moore began teaching aerobics at the
Fitness Corner health club in Pennington, NJ, nearly 16
years ago. She relocated to Rock Hall, MD, in 2000. Since
then, she has taught a multitude of very popular fitness
classes for Kent County Parks and Recreation, Queen Anne’s
County Parks and Recreation, Kent Athletic and Wellness
Center and Washington College. In her spare time, Moore can
be found jogging the country roads in Kent County with her
husband, Steve, or running after their six children, who
range in age from two to 15.
Sean Madden, Trainer
Jill Payne, Trainer
Chris Willis, Trainer
Certified Massage Therapist
My name is Karen Unruh. I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2007 when I graduated from Potomac Massage Training Institute in Washington, D.C. (www.PMTI.org). I am trained in Swedish (relaxation), Deep Tissue (focused on tension relief), Pregnancy, Geriatric and Hot Stone massage.
I offer client-centered sessions tailored to your needs. If you're not sure what style of massage is right for you, we will figure it out together. During your session, you will be covered by a sheet and blanket at all times, except for the areas I am working. If you've never had a massage I can answer any questions you have. I have heard many people say they don't get massages because they are ashamed of their body. Please don't feel that way. All are welcome to come and enjoy a massage with no judgments!! Some people also say that massage has hurt them in the past. That is not my style.
The professional electric-lift massage table supports clients weights up to 350 pounds, and is easily lowered far any client that needs a transfer onto the table from a wheelchair. If you have trouble lying on your back, you can lay on your side for the massage.
In my life before massage, I graduated from the University of Maryland in 1978 with a degree in Law Enforcement, and recently retired fro ma 33 year career in the FBI.
Please call me for an appointment: 410-404-0155. I am available almost anytime that AquaFit is open. I look forward to working with you! And remember AquaFit sells massage gift certificates for the special people in your life.
Want to invest in your health?
Consider getting frequent massages as a part of your health
and wellness plan. The benefits of massage are numerous, and
if you enjoy the occasional massage, just imagine how
wonderful frequent massages would be. Massage can benefit
you in a number of ways. Some find massage relaxing and a
good way to escape the stress of a busy life. Others use
massage to relieve pain from injuries or repetitive
activities. With many different types of massage offered,
there is a massage that will fit your body’s needs. Whatever
your reason and whatever your schedule, consider a massage
plan an investment in your overall health.
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Some of the Benefits of Massage
Enhance overall well-being
Ease tension, stiffness and pain
Enhance immunity by stimulating lymph flow
Exercise and stretch weak, tight, or atrophied
Help athletes of any level prepare for, and recover
from, strenuous workouts
Improve the condition the skin
Increase joint flexibility
Lessen depression and anxiety
Promote tissue regeneration, reducing scar tissue
and stretch marks
Reduce post surgery adhesions and swelling
Reduce spasms and cramping
Relax and soften injured, tired, or overworked
Alleviate low-back pain and improve range of motion
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