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Deerfield Spa Appoints New Fitness Director
Date:2/11/2008

EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Deerfield Spa is pleased to announce the appointment of fitness director, Jeanine Clingingsmith, certified trainer and B.S., Exercise Science.

"Jeanine brings outstanding credentials to Deerfield's fitness program," said owner, Joan Wolff. "Her education and experience enable her to fine tune our offerings so guests not only get maximum benefit from their fitness regimen at the spa, but also learn skills to take home with them for continued improvements in health and wellbeing.

"Jeanine embodies the Deerfield promise," Wolf continued. "With all our weight loss and fitness programming, our pampering treatments and spa cuisine, we are first and foremost about laughter, friendship, nurturing, and warmth -- the things that really make people happy and healthy. Jeanine is easy to talk to and makes people of all fitness levels, ages, and walks of life comfortable working with her."

Clingingsmith has previously held positions as Health Fitness Specialist with Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems, Inc., New York, NY; Project Coordinator with Black Box Networks, Duluth, GA; and Spectrum-Certified coach with Spectrum Conditioning Systems, Port Washington, NY.

"I am thrilled to assume the position of fitness director at Deerfield, where people truly value health over hype," said Clingingsmith. "I look forward to introducing new equipment like kettlebells, which work the entire body with every maneuver; new classes like Yo-Wei, the phenomenon combining Yoga and strengthening; and new approaches, like getting people out of the gym and into the hills, onto a bike or skates, out on the lawn, or onto the sport court. The idea is to get people fit while having fun so they'll want to keep up their routine and results."

While with J&J, Clingingsmith managed a corporate exercise facility, designing and overseeing company-wide wellness programs, ergonomic exercise breaks, weight loss programs, pers
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