Jessie graduated from Simon Fraser University under the Active Health and Rehabilitation Concentration in Kinesiology. Her senior studies centered around workplace health and safety and return-to-work prescription, leading her to achieve a Certificate in Occupational Ergonomics. The focus of her studies also included musculoskeletal injury and rehabilitating movement control. She is certified under the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) as a practicing Kinesiologist as of 2023.
Jessie is an avid advocate for trying new things regardless of age, gender, or experience. It is from learning new sports, skills, and techniques as an adult that she recognizes how much one must understand themself to have a positive time trying something new. Because of this, she is a firm believer in teaching physical literacy to all age groups so everyone can enjoy their form of physical activity fit to their way of learning.
In her free time, Jessie fills her schedule with recreational sports. She is part of a volleyball and ultimate frisbee league. She is also training to perform her first figure skating program in competition. If it’s not on land, you can probably catch her at Jericho Beach where she is a Level 1 Basic Skills Kayaking Instructor and guide to all ages.
Nicole graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from Capilano University and is currently registered with the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK).
Nicole is passionate about helping individuals in recovering from injuries and unlocking their full potential. She combines her love for biomechanics, anatomy, and physiology with a client-centered approach to make rehabilitation accessible and enjoyable. While she finds satisfaction in working with a diverse range of clients, her primary interests lie in the fields of chronic pain management and neurological conditions.
In her leisure time, you can find Nicole dedicating herself to training at the gym, dancing, hiking, or cruising on her motorcycle. In the future, she is considering the possibility of pursuing a Master’s in Physical Therapy to further her expertise and impact in the field.