R.Kin, BSc Kinesiology and Health Science
AJ is a licensed Kinesiologist (R.KIN) and a member of the Ontario Kinesiologist Association (OKA). She completed her Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology and Health Science at York University.
Her clinical experience as a Kinesiologist and Physiotherapy Assistant consisted of working with patients with orthopaedic injuries, elderly clients, and mothers. Her fitness experience as a personal trainer, group exercise specialist, and dance instructor consisted of training athletes, children, and the general public.
She was hired as the Kinesiologist involved in the work of a lab study done at McMaster University in 2021-2022, which main goal was to determine how whole-body physical exercise effects swallowing function in patients with dementia. It is still in the process of being published.
AJ is a retired competitive dancer and a lover of all movement. She currently enjoys strength training, hiking, bouldering, and leisurely dancing.
AJ's goal is to teach health strategies in a sustainable way for longevity. She hopes to teach people that anyone can thrive and live their healthiest with the right guidance.