I hold a Bachelor of Kinesiology with a major in Adapted Physical Activity from the University of Alberta (2021). I am currently pursuing my CSEP-CEP certification while continuing to take classes at the University of Alberta to further advance my knowledge in the field of kinesiology.
I have an NCCP coaching certification in figure skating, but I also coach a variety of different sports throughout the year including speed skating, power skating, track and field, and cross country.
I have experience coaching youth sports and creating exercise programming for a diverse group of individuals and tailoring each program to fit their specific needs and goals. I also have experience in conducting fitness testing to athletes of all ages.
Sports and fitness have always been a major part of my life. Growing up I was a competitive figure skater and pursued track and field in my late teens so a degree in kinesiology was extremely appealing to me.
Continuous learning is important to me, and kinesiology provides an excellent platform for this as there is always something to learn. The field of kinesiology is broad and there are so many different directions the degree can take you which was one of the many reasons I chose to pursue a career in this field.
I look forward to continuing to learn and advance my knowledge in kinesiology by expanding my skill set to include ergonomic assessments and functional capacity evaluations as well as compression sock, orthotic and brace fittings. I am excited to work alongside and learn from all the knowledgeable staff at the clinic.
I also look forward to working with clients of all ages and abilities to develop a relationship with physical activity while helping them achieve their personal goals.
In my free time I enjoy running, hiking, biking, and skiing. I frequently visit the mountains to enjoy all the outdoor activities they have to offer. When I am not outside, I enjoy reading educational books or research. I also love a good binge-worthy Netflix series.