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Make Every Move Count locally presented by Kaiser Permanente
Join the American Heart Association for a free and interactive Community Conversation: Make Every Move Count.

Spring is around the corner and warm weather is calling us to get outside and get active.

Learn tips to get back into a fitness routine, how to stay active, and enjoy a virtual fitness demonstration with exercises that can be done at home or work to improve your heart health.

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Laurent Amzallag
CEO @Laurentamzallag.com and YalaFitness
For the last 25 years, Laurent has been a sought-after fitness expert. He was part of Oprah’s “Live Your Best Life” Tour, has been featured in ELLE Magazine and a guest on The Dr. Oz Show. He is a regular correspondent on NBC, FOX, CBS, and The CW Network. The President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports named him one of the country’s top 50 trainers. As a fitness entertainer, speaker and instructor, he is a catalyst for change and transformation using body movement to rewire mindsets. Laurent has led the warm-ups for national campaigns such as The Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, MS Society, Best Buddies, The Heart Walk and Children’s Hospital. Laurent is certified through NASM (National Academy Of Sports Medicine) and speaks fluently in French, English, and Spanish.
Sebastian Cohen, DPT
Physical Therapist @Kaiser Permanante
Sebastian brought more than 5 years of experience when he joined Kaiser Permanente in 2020. He values working for an organization that provides patients with a holistic approach to health care. His interest in physical therapy developed out of his own rehabilitation from sports injuries. He strives to use the most up-to-date, evidence-based interventions, as well as his own experience, to empower his patients to achieve their goals. Sebastian has a special clinical interest in manual therapy and rehabilitation of neurological conditions. Prior to becoming a physical therapist, he lived in China for several years where he worked in international trade and technology while learning Mandarin Chinese. The child of Argentinian immigrants and healthcare providers, Sebastian is a native Spanish speaker and hopes to pass this gift on to his two daughters. Sebastian holds bachelor’s degrees in English and Spanish Literature, a Certificate of Chinese Language and a doctor of Physical Therapy.
Elisabeth Kramer, MD
Internal Medicine Physician @Kaiser Permanente
Dr. Kramer is board-certified in internal medicine, obesity and lifestyle medicine. She was recognized as a top doctor in Washingtonian Magazine in 2021. Born and raised in Germany, she completed her medical education at Friedrich Schiller University. She moved to the U.S. in 2010 to focus on laboratory medical research investigating cellular pathways in neuroimmunology at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC. In 2017, she completed her internship and residency in internal medicine at MedStar Georgetown Hospital in DC, and joined the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group. Dr. Kramer is part of the leadership team for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Kaiser Permanente and is the Clinical Instructor of Family Medicine at the Georgetown School of Medicine, a Clinical Asst. Professor of Medicine at the GW School of Medicine and a Health Sciences and Asst. Professor at the Eastern Virginia Medical School. She is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a member of the AMA.
Larry Miller
Anchor @WUSA9
Larry joined the WUSA9 morning team in 2015 and anchors the news at noon along with GetUp DC. Larry grew up in Baltimore County, MD and lived in the Washington metro area before moving to Pittsburgh, PA. Prior to WUSA9, Larry worked as a Reporter/Fill-in Anchor at WBMA-TV in Birmingham, AL. He learned the art of storm chasing, challenged elected officials on the mismanagement of taxpayer dollars, and covered some of the city's most high-profile crimes. His work earned him an Edward R. Murrow and AP awards for hard news reporting. Larry got his start in Medford, OR where he spent three years working as a Morning Anchor/Supervising Producer. He holds a Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from Point Park University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Pittsburgh. Larry is also an adjunct professor at Prince George's CC teaching speech communication. When Larry isn't reporting, he's running. In 2021, he completed his first 100-mi endurance race!