What is your background & training?
I have a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and health science from the University of British Columbia and am a Registered Kinesiologist with the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists.
Prior to Treloar, I held several positions in university and national sports organizations including Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach with the Canadian senior women’s indoor volleyball team, Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach with Swimming Canada’s High Performance Centre – Vancouver, and Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of British Columbia.
What inspired you to choose this career path?
I struggled with injuries as a high school baseball player. Strength training helped me overcome those injuries and pursue my dream of playing college baseball. The healthcare providers I worked with during my rehabilitation helped support me through what was a really challenging time in my life. I became a strength and conditioning coach because I wanted to do the same for others
Why do you choose to work at Treloar?
Treloar is full of good people who are great at what they do and truly care about their patients and their community.
What are you personally passionate about?
I love showing people how strong and capable they really are. There’s no better feeling than helping someone achieve something they didn’t think was possible, whether that’s earning a college scholarship or playing on the floor with your grandkids.