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Amy earned her Kinesiology degree at the University of the Fraser Valley in 2014, specializing in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology. So far in her career, she has had the opportunity to practice in clinical settings, as well as in a general fitness and personal training setting, and exploring other areas of practice. She has enjoyed working as the team trainer for a local Ringette team, as well as helping with concussion baseline testing for various sports teams in the community. She continues to pursue education to improve skills, with particular interest in the affects of physical activity and nutrition on mental health.
Amy is currently working as the Long Term Disability Program manager that offers insured workers rehabilitation and support as they return to the workforce from disability. Amy takes pride in helping people break through barriers that keep them from work.
With a strong belief in the power of movement to help manage physical and mental health, Amy enjoys teaching and sharing her expertise, encouraging others to get moving.
Outside the clinic, Amy keeps hobbies of baking sourdough bread, strength and conditioning, yoga, multi-day backpacking, paddle-boarding, Spikeball, and cycling.