Emma has been a practicing kinesiologist since her graduation from the University of Victoria in 2018, along with teaching group fitness (spin classes and bootcamps), and working as a personal trainer. She takes a holistic approach with her clients, viewing them as a whole human being, not just an injury.
In her clinical practice, she has worked with a variety of clients from teenagers to people in their nineties; people recovering from and/or preparing for surgery, rehabilitating sports injuries, helping people return to work post-injury, and adapting sedentary lifestyles to include more movement. Emma believes that movement should be an enjoyable addition to life and not a chore to put on the to-do list. Her passion is helping others find the joy in living a healthy, active lifestyle.
Emma has been an athlete her whole life, from competitive swimming to rowing to triathlons, and now to anything that sparks joy (running and cycling being the main ones). She is currently working on her Masters of Counselling and cannot wait to merge her knowledge of the human body and movement with a mental health lens.
If you’ve been in a car accident, are recovering from an injury, or just looking for a better grasp on your physical fitness, book an appointment with Emma today.