what does "KINESIS" mean?

Kinesis as a word from the early 17th century: from Greek kinēsis ‘movement’, from kinein ‘to move’. It is also explained by Aristotle as a particular type of energeia.

– Google

“An elaboration of Aristotle’s energeia is potentiality and actuality. The concept of potentiality, in this context, generally refers to any “possibility” that a thing can be said to have. Aristotle did not consider all possibilities the same, and emphasized the importance of those that become real of their own accord when conditions are right and nothing stops them. Actuality, in contrast to potentiality, is the motion, change or activity that represents an exercise or fulfillment of a possibility, when a possibility becomes real in the fullest sense.”

– Wikipedia

Exercise For You

Exercise is Medicine Canada (EIMC) is a movement to encourage a health lifestyle among Canadians. This initiative is committed to the belief that physical activity is integral int he prevention and treatment of diseases and should be regularly assessed and “treated” as part of all healthcare.

Are you suffering from an injury or disease that is limiting your ability to move and exercise? Are you medically cleared for independent or supervised exercise? Using our knowledge and skills we can help you overcome these barriers and reach your goals of a healthy lifestyle. 

  • Chronic Illness / Injury
  • Low Back Pain
  • Whiplash Associated Disorder
  • Sprains / Strains
  • Pre / Post - Surgery
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Active Rehabilitation

These are ICBC approved exercise programs to help recover from a car crash.

Functional Movement

This is the application of a screening tool to assess movement capabilities and quality

Personal Training

Whether it is a specific goal or for general health and fitness, personal training can help achieve it.

Make an appointment

Use the contact form below and we will send you a confirmation within 24 hours. Alternatively, if you would like to access our Online Booking platform, click here to be re-directed — You can browse available appointments and find a time that works best for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much will does an appointment cost?

Appointment fees vary based on the type of service and length of appointment. We offer in-person, hybrid and online-only program appointments; these can be individual fees or part of a program package. You can view specifics on our cost page, or contact us to discuss customized packages!

What if I am covered under my company medical benefits?

Private insurance companies and extended health benefits have begun to recognize Kinesiology under the Allied Health Services. If you’re unsure, try looking at the same area of services as Physiotherapy and Registered Massage Therapy. If you don’t see Kinesiology listed, try calling your service provider to inquire about adding Kinesiology under your coverage!

How do I get ICBC coverage?

As of April 2019, ICBC allows coverage within the first 12 weeks following your car accident including up to 12 Kinesiology visits; along with Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy and Counselling. If your ICBC claim was before April 2019 then you will need to get approval from your Case Manager at ICBC before booking your appointments. If you’re claim is older than 12 weeks, we can always contact ICBC to request an extension on your treatment time frame!

How do I know what type of program is right for me?

We are happy to discuss your options and goals with you in order to determine the best course of action. This can be done through email or over the phone! If required, we can also do a short ‘Discovery Session’ online with you to ensure the platform suits you.

Do I need equipment to do your programs?

If you don’t have any exercise equipment at home, that’s OK! The beautiful thing about the human body is it’s capacity to challenge itself. We can adapt programs and exercises to what you have available or no equipment at all. We still guarantee you’ll see improvements and gains towards your goals!