Hartland Movement Center provides comprehensive, science-backed movement, recovery and nutrition strategies to our active adult, spinal cord injury and traditional clients. Our master trainers, movement specialists, massage therapists and nutritionists
meet our clients at any stage of their health and fitness journey. We craft custom regimens that meet the restrictions and support the goals of individual clients. Together, we provide the support, education and training to help our clients of any age move and live optimally.
Anita Krier’s passion is for helping people live in comfort and confidence. Her relaxed and personal training style ensures each client is comfortable while learning how to better move their bodies. Anita works with each client to create more value and achieve results for optimum movement. Her services are customized specifically to individual needs, priorities, and preferences. Her work helps clients reduce injury and pain, speed healing, restore function, and fuel success.
Anita’s specialty is movement-related pain, physical impairment, and sports performance. She offers testing, teaching, training, treating, and therapy that can transform lives. Together, with her clients, Anita can identify problems, then find and fix causes using soft tissue therapy and your own natural movement as medicine.
Aurelien Van Stichelen
Aurelien Van Stichelen was born in France. After 6 years as a successful fitness trainer in Washington DC, he is now proudly a Wisconsin resident. He has always been a sports enthusiast: First head coach and soccer player in France, he then fell in love with golf when he came to the USA. In addition, Aurelien worked with Fabien Lefevre, Olympic champion of slalom canoe and kayak, which was a personal enrichment for him and perfected his understanding of professional athlete needs.
His goal: Bringing you into a new world of body comprehension. In order to do that, he’s using a rising European Scientific Method. Herewith, he will draw your profile and define your Biomechanics Preferences. By designing a workout adapted to your body’s natural preferences, he will optimize your session, maximize your performance, reduce the risk of injury and help you reach the best version of yourself.
His training style: set long-term realistic goals and develop custom programs suited for your need. In training, one size doesn’t fit all.
If you want to know more about the Biomechanics Preferences, please visit Aurelien’s Website.
Mark Peter’s dedication to the Active Adult group at Hartland Movement Center is backed by the desire to help sustain bodies as we start to age. Mark believes that our bodies are meant to move, and without safe and consistent movement, we can quickly lose the ability to move comfortably. Mark helps active adults challenge themselves physically and maintain a high quality of life by focusing on strength, balance, stability, and stamina training.
Mark has had decades of sport and fitness training. He was a young club and collegiate gymnast and competed into his 30s. He went on to become the Director of the Boys Program for Swiss Turners, a local gymnastics club. He’s played state league tennis, ran dozens of races, and competes in high-performance go-kart racing.
Mark embarked on his personal training journey in 2018 through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He’s currently studying to be a movement specialist through Gray’s Institute, pursuing a certificate in Advanced Functional Science. Backed by his training and lifelong passion for movement, Mark helps adults 45+ ensure they are fit for life.
Susan Sternkopf is Hartland Movement Center’s Yoga and Thai Massage specialist. With over 17 years of yoga and massage experience, Susan is dedicated to helping people reach their movement goals. Susan has spent her life coaching indoor and outdoor sports, and her leadership style helps students build confidence and progress toward their goals.
Susan’s relationship with her students start with trust. With that relationship, each student can safely and comfortably challenge themselves. With practice and dedication, every person’s strength, flexibility, balance, and mindfulness will increase as they learn to release inner tension.
Elise Eaton believes that the way we fuel ourselves determines the difference between a well functioning machine and a depleted one. Her nutrition philosophy helps clients take responsibility for their own wellness and wellbeing through education and support. Through her work as a holistic nutritionist, Elise’s goal is to help clients embrace the lifestyle changes that will positively affect their health by challenging them to reach beyond their comfort zone.
Elise has enjoyed working with athletes who are looking to improve their performance by supporting their body’s specific needs. Elise’s philosophy follows the mind-body connection with the belief that good nutrition and the biochemistry of high-density nutritious foods supports both physical and behavioral health to create balance and wellbeing.
Elise’s broad base of knowledge includes her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from UW-Madison and Bachelor of Science in Nutrition, Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine, and National Board Certification in Acupuncture, Digestive Health Specialist from Loomis Enzyme Institute, Post Graduate work in Traditional Naturopathy. & an ICF accredited Life Coach.