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Happy Administrative Professionals Day!

Administrative Professionals Day – April 27th, 2016!

Administrative Professionals Day is observed in the workplace in the United States and other countries around the world. On Administrative Professionals Day employers and supervisors will recognize their Administrative Professionals and highlight their importance to the company.

Administrative Professionals Day started during World War II. There was a shortage of administrative personnel, particularly in the United States and it was created to help boost interest in secretary/administrative professional jobs. Administrative Professionals Day was originally called Professional Secretaries Day and lands on the Wednesday during the week of Administrative Professionals Week.
Many work environments across the world observe this event, including us here at San Luis Sports Therapy – Paso Robles!
We want to take a moment to recognize our Administrative Professionals here in the Paso Clinic. Suzette Moore, Lindie Basti, Emily Plale and Antje Knott!

Thank you for all you do at San Luis Sports Therapy – Paso Robles! Your hard work and dedication is greatly appreciated! Happy Administrative Professionals Day!


Suzette MooreSuzette Moore

Suzette was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and educated by Mother Nature on Maui for 5 years before moving to Paso Robles in 1985. Formerly a seamstress of wedding gowns and pizza costumes, Suzette began her venture at San Luis Sports Therapy in 2001.

As Office Manager she has enjoyed watching San Luis Sports Therapy grow. Other than being the best mother in the world to her two wonderful children, Suzette enjoys the craft of reverse engineering. If she likes something (jewelry, clothing, art, etc.), she will find a way to take it apart and recreate it, perhaps even better than it originally was.

Suzette’s Motto: “In the end, only three things matter: How much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”

Lindie BastiLindie Basti

After moving from Cemtral California to the Central Coast, and graduating from San Luis Obispo High School, Lindie attended Cuesta College attaining her Associates Degree, then transferred to Fresno State where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration.

Lindie was inspired to pursue a career in the healthcare field by her uncle Johnny. Johnny was diagnosed with polio when he was young and told he would have limitations with his condition. Johnny has been able to overcome adversity and challenges to live a happy and successful life. Lindie accredits her uncle for teaching her the importance of true determination, and to never give up. Lindie also enjoys country music, visiting amusement parks & spending time with her husband, family, & friends.

Lindie’s Motto: “Do what you love, live life to the fullest, it takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.”

Emily PlaleEmily Plale

Emily Plale is a Massage Practitioner and a Physical Therapist Aide with San Luis Sports Therapy. She has enjoyed being an employee for Team Movement for Life since March of 2011 and loves working with new patients every day.

Emily is a native of Paso Robles and graduated from Paso Robles High School in 2011. She continues contributing to the community as the Head Color Guard Coach at Paso Robles High School. She also recently completed schooling in the art of massage from the California Holistic Institute, where she plans to continue her schooling to become a Massage Therapist.

In July of 2014 Emily married her high school sweetheart, Stephen and has 2 cats and 1 dog.

Emily’s motto:
“Live in the moment, what is in the past is now just a memory.”- Unknown

Antje KnottAntje Knott

Antje was raised in Paso Robles and attended school at Bauer/Speck, The Fine Arts Academy (in Atascadero) and Paso Robles High School. She was born in Grand Haven Michigan, her father was in the United States Coast Guard which relocated them from Michigan to Alaska, where her younger sister Ansley was born, and lastly to California. While she is technically a Michigander she considers Paso Robles her hometown and has roots in the community and a love for our little, but fast growing, town.

Antje shows her support for the community by participating in events such as the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. Relay for Life is a national event but the money raised in our community stays in our community to support those battling cancer by supporting anything from cancer research, to meals, or even transportation to medical appointments. Antje enjoys being part of the fun, out-going and positive atmosphere at San Luis Sports Therapy! Give us a call; she would love to chat with you about all we have to offer here at San Luis Sports Therapy!

Antje’s Motto: “A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor.”


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