Dawn Hoff, Clinical Exercise Physiologist

Dawn Hoff, MS, CES, RCEP, EIM Credential Level III is originally from Onalaska, WI.  She earned her BS Degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Fitness and her Master’s Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. Her graduate thesis, “The Physiological Effects of 8 weeks of Yoga Training “ was published in the ACE Journal in 2005 and Dawn was nominated for the New Investigator award at the 2005 AACVPR National Conference.

Her professional certifications include the American College of Sports Medicine Clinical Exercise Specialist, American College of Sports Medicine Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider, Heart Saver – Basic Life Support and Heart Saver – AED.  She has also earned the Exercise is Medicine Credential: Level 3 from the American College of Sports Medicine. 

Dawn is a member of the Wisconsin Society of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Health and Rehabilitation (WISCPHR) and is a member of the speaker’s bureau through VMH.  In addition, Dawn teaches Restorative Yoga classes at VMH.

Dawn currently lives just outside of Viroqua with her husband, son, and three dogs.  She is the assistant gymnastics coach at Viroqua High School and enjoys running, cooking, and working on indoor and outdoor home projects.

 
Current Position: Clinical Exercise Physiologist