Dr. Arianne Missimer is an award-winning IFM Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Registered Dietitian, Mindfulness Educator, author, and cancer survivor regularly featured on ABC, NBC, FOX, and CBS. As the Founder of the Movement Paradigm and one of 1900 people worldwide certified through the Institute of Functional Medicine, she has been making her mark in the health field for over 22 years. Starting off in personal training, becoming a licensed dietitian, pursuing her doctorate in physical therapy, and completing additional graduate work in Applied Mindfulness and Functional Medicine, have allowed her to bring her diverse professional and personal experiences to help her patients best. 

She continues to strive for excellence and has received numerous awards for her contributions to the health field including National Strength and Conditioning Association Sports Medicine Rehabilitation Specialist of the Year, American Dietetic Association Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year, University of Delaware Outstanding Alumni, Neumann University Physical Therapy Alumni award, Mainline Today Health Care Hero, and Mainline Today Power Women.

Dr. Missimer is a TEDX and keynote speaker, where she has addressed universities, conferences, Chambers of Commerce, colleges, summits, and more. She also presents nationally and internationally in the areas of movement science, nutrition, and mindfulness. She is a Master Instructor for Evidence Based Fitness Academy (EBFA) Global.

As a cancer survivor, mover, athlete, and America Ninja Warrior competitor herself, she is dedicated to educating professionals and the community and helping you lead your best life through powerful dietary interventions, movement, sleep, nervous system regulation, and mindset reframing techniques to empower you to heal your body, alleviate inflammation, and live with vitality.

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Dr. Becky Quintangeli, Director of the Women’s Health Program, has her Doctorate in Physical Therapy as well as a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training. Dr. Quintangeli grew up knowing she wanted to help others live the best life they could. After practicing as an Athletic Trainer for a few years she knew there was more she could offer and began her journey to become a Physical Therapist. Her extensive experience as an Athletic Trainer as well as her certifications in Pelvic Floor and Barefoot Training allows her to treat patients and clients with a whole-person approach in mind.

Dr. Quintangeli’s graduate research was conducted on the connection between the neck and vestibular system, which gives her another unique lens to look through.  She loves to help patients with chronic pain, orthopedic injuries, pelvic floor pain/dysfunction, and inflammation. Using our matrix, she aims to assess the underlying causes of why patients may not feel their best.

When assessing and treating the pelvic floor, her integrative approach helps patients get back to what they love doing. She understands relaxing and strengthening muscles is only half the equation to treating the pelvic floor. Creating proper habits and/or mechanics coupled with training the core from the ground up allows for improved quality of life.

Dr. Quintangeli also contributes to professional journals and podcasts and provides excellent usable education on the Movement Paradigm Women’s Health Community on Facebook. Make sure to check it out!

While attending school, her mom was diagnosed with cancer and began treatment. Sadly, her mom lost her battle while she was still attending her doctoral program. After watching her mom fight for her life, Dr. Quintangeli recognized how precious life, movement, and well-being are. Therefore, she is dedicating her career to providing the highest quality care for her patients through mindset, nutrition, and movement. Dr. Quintangeli wants her patients to feel educated, empowered, and able to live their best life.

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Annawyn, the Movement Paradigm’s Yoga therapist and teacher, began her journey with yoga 20+ years ago. She obtained her fitness certifications in 2006, 2009, and 2011 and began her yoga journey in 2012. She received her 200-hour Hatha Yoga Certification with the Spirit of Yoga, her 200-hour Ayuryoga™️  Certification at The Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico in 2015, her Kundalini training through Ithaca Yoga Farm with a 300-hour Spiritual Warrior Training (including Kundalini, Ayurveda, Enneagrams, Moon Cycles and more).  In addition, she infuses Reiki, Access Bars, Ayurveda, Sound Healing, Vibrational Healing, Earth Healing, and other modalities to assist the body, mind, and spirit in connecting to what makes you feel alive inside.

Raising money for the community and traveling have always been a passion of Annawyn‘s ever since youth. She cofacilitates healing retreats that help to inspire others to see the magnificent light that we each possess and help them live out their dreams by providing ancient technologies of wisdom and healing for those that are seeking methods to assist their bodies, minds, and spirits for overall wellness.  She leads Yoga Teacher Training programs and outside of yoga, she loves hanging with her friends, family, husband, and three sons on camping, traveling, and adventures of all sorts.


Caitlyn Reppert-Moyer, The Movement Paradigm’s Integrative and Functional Medicine Marketing Dietitian, assists in providing evidenced-based social media content about nutrition and health. Caitlyn obtained her B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics from West Chester University (WCU) in 2019. She went on to pursue her dietetic internship with Sodexo in 2022, where she obtained valuable, hands-on experience working with patients in numerous facilities such as Lehigh Valley Health Network, Promedica, and The Movement Paradigm. She obtained her RD license last fall of 2022. This May of 2023, Caitlyn also completed her Masters of Science degree in Community Nutrition. She has also written multiple research papers, in which she is looking to publish. For her Masters Degree Capstone, she wrote a systematic review on the effect of diet (gluten, wheat components, or FODMAPs) on the gut microbiome and gut integrity of those with Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity.

Caitlyn has a wide variety of prior work experience as well, such as being a Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) nutritionist and assisting in another dietitian-owned private practice. Currently, Caitlyn is an inpatient Clinical Dietitian within Lehigh Valley Health Network while also working with The Movement Paradigm. She has a strong passion for nutrition and the impact food can make in all stages of life!

Outside of work, Caitlyn loves going on long hikes with her family, gardening, traveling, and reading.