As a dancer, Alice A. Baker Dailey has always been familiar with the body. She consulted an osteopathic doctor while studying physiology, which motivated her to pursue exercise physiology. She began her career after obtaining a Bachelor of Music in piano performance from the University of Oklahoma in 1968. Before venturing into physical fitness, she served as an elementary music teacher, a piano teacher, and with Steak and Ale Restaurants of America, Inc., and with Neiman-Marcus in Dallas, TX. Later, she established Alice Ann Baker Exercise: Therapeutic Conditioning, serving as president for ten years from 1980 to 1990. During this time, she bolstered her qualifications with a Master of Science in exercise physiology from the University of North Texas and became a student provider of continuing education credits. The master’s thesis she wrote for her course in exercise physiology was published in Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport in 1986. In addition to her primary work in physical fitness, Ms. Dailey also served as an exercise physiologist for Texas Instruments, HealthCheckUSA, International Athletic Club, the Verandah Club, and Goodbody’s. She was also a consultant for Region 10 Education Service Center and for RepublicBank.
In 1988, Ms. Dailey founded Oasis Mind-Body Conditioning Center, an exercise studio she operated for more than 20 years. She became a gold-certified Pilates teacher through the Pilates Method Alliance and a certified fitness instructor through the American College of Sports Medicine. With her certification and her dance background, Ms. Dailey has been able to provide clients with more information and combine deep core and inner core workout movements in order to make lasting changes in the body.
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