Krista’s love and fascination for the way the human body moves started at a young age as a competitive dancer, and she decided to turn that love into a career. In 2017, she graduated from the University of British Columbia - Okanagan with a Bachelor Degree in Human Kinetics and a specialization in clinical exercise physiology.
Since then, Krista has been very fortunate to work with a wide variety of people experiencing various challenges. Her career experience has ranged from teaching group exercise classes at retirement homes, to creating lifestyle and exercise programs for people with diabetes, cardiac complications, pulmonary ailments, and cancer. Krista has also gained a vast amount of knowledge on rehabilitating orthopedic injuries and prescribing exercise for back pain relief. On top of this, she is always thrilled to have the opportunity to work with clients that are simply interested in living a healthy, active lifestyle.
One of the skills that sets Krista apart from other Kinesiologists is her ability to perform Shockwave Therapy. Her skillset allows her to use shockwave to alleviate a client’s pain, and then exercise to strengthen their body afterwards. This combination of therapy can create lasting results that keep you on your feet and out of the doctor’s office. Krista’s favourite feature about shockwave is that it holds the ability to heal many people that have lost hope or have been told that nothing can help to relieve their pain.
When not in the clinic, Krista can be found stretching things out on her yoga mat, exercising in the gym and doing anything and everything with her Corgi dog, Kip. But most importantly, Krista enjoys spreading her love for movement with everyone she meets.