Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it. 


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When we think about getting healthy,

we often jump to thinking we need to schedule in 3-5 hours of exercise at a gym and often neglect to think about what we are doing the other 80 hours a week.

The majority of us are lacking movement in our daily lives.

We sit at our desks at work.

Look down at our phones.

Watch hours of TV on the couch.

Is this you? 

Count the number of hours you are inactive.

Ask your self...

Can hours of inactivity be solved by exercising for 1 hr a day?

How can we expect our bodies to perform in...


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when our bodies have been damaged by hours of inactivity?

Is it surprising when this results in an injury, pain and fatigue?

There is a Better Way!!


Before starting any exercise program get a Kinesiologist to first assess your movements.  Our Initial Kinesiology Assessment includes a full personal health history and various mobility, movement & strength assessments.  It provides a solid baseline for movement that leads to custom exercise programming focused on reducing pain, restoring function and increasing your personal fitness safely.

Functional Movement Assessment

How does it work?


Registered Kinesiologists first screen your mobility, function & strength to determine your current level of movement quality & fitness level.

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Custom Corrective Exercise Programming is Prescribed for those who need to improve movement baselines.


Train at a higher level, return to activity faster post-rehab, enjoy a better quality of life.

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WHO BENEFITS?   Everyone, but more specifically!

People recovering from any type of surgery - once your doctor gives you the green light to start exercising again.

People with past injuries - once your physiotherapist has discharged you from their care.  Prevent a re-injury by training safely.

People living with a chronic disease - osteoporosis, arthritis, obesity

Athletes - decreases your risk for injury and increases your performance in your sport.

Pre & Post Natal Women - every birthing experience is unique and every woman's body has a difference health & exercise history.  The correct exercise program before and after the baby is born is critical to support, not damage a women's body during the natural musculoskeletal changes that occur during this time in a woman's life.

Seniors - mobility and balance training become increasingly important to maintain as you age.  A corrective exercise program will keep the body performing at its best.

Office Workers - sitting is the new smoking.  If your job requires you to sit for extended periods of time, your body needs a corrective exercise program to function properly.