Meet The Team
breanna czenczelewski, PT, dpt, AFO
Aquatic Physical Therapy Director
Breanna obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Ithaca College in 2006 and has over 12 years of experience working as an aquatic physical therapist. After joining the Muller Aquatic Center staff in 2015, Breanna completed an additional certification as an Aquatic Facility Operator from the National Recreation & Parks Association, which allows her to oversee our pool’s chemical balance on a daily basis. Breanna has completed advanced aquatic rehab coursework in orthopedics, balance, pediatrics, Parkinson’s Disease, and sports injuries. She’s a certified lifeguard through the American Red Cross, and she’s an active member of Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute (ATRI), Aquatic Exercise Association (AEA), and the American Physical Therapy Association’s Academy of Aquatic Physical Therapy.
paul twedt, pta
Physical Therapy Assistant
Paul has been working as a physical therapy assistant in Muller & Weber’s main office and at the pool for the past eight years. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications from San Francisco State University and obtained his Physical Therapy Assistant degree in 2010. Paul's interest in physical therapy started with endurance sports while competing in marathons and triathlons. In his free time, Paul participates in extended meditation retreats, back country trail running, and the science of bio-hacking for self-optimization. He’s currently training for his first 50k trail race! Paul believes the empowerment of health belong to everyone and strives to show his patients how daily decisions influence well-being.
Travis began working as our full-time Aquatic Director in May 2018 and oversees all aspects of facility management, program development, and marketing, in addition to working as an aide, lifeguard, and instructor. Originally from Colorado, Travis double-majored in psychology and geography at the University of Oregon, where he was a 3-time All-American track & field athlete. Prior to joining our staff, Travis spent 10 years working as a Division I track & field coach at University of Wisconsin and UCSB.
Lifeguard, Aide, Class Instructor
Shannon began working at Muller Aquatic Center in April 2019. She earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from UCSB in 2018. She is also a certified yoga instructor, having completed 350 hours of training. When’s she’s not working at the pool, you can find Shannon teaching yoga at CorePower Yoga or taking pre-requisite classes for graduate school. She plans to pursue a career as a physical therapist, which would allow her to combine her passion for rehab and her love of yoga!
Interested in joining our team? We are always looking for enthusiastic, friendly, knowledgeable individuals to teach classes and assist with our aquatic physical therapy programs. We also accept both undergraduate and graduate student interns. Please contact us for more information.