Kinesiology is essentially the study of human movement, and its effect on health, society and quality of life. It has a broad multidisciplinary nature, covering a range of topics such as anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, and motor learning and control, particularly as they pertain to exercise science, athletic performance and long term health promotion.
What do kinesiologists do?
It really depends where you work! Your practical experience will dictate much of what you end up specializing in - most commonly you’ll find us working with people on exercises, teaching and correcting form and technique, either in a rehabilitation setting or with people looking to take their fitness and training to the next level. With my background in athletic therapy, I’m also equipped to do a variety of taping for athletes and brace fitting.
Why did you decide to become a kinesiologist?
I’ve been an athlete for most of my life and have always been fascinated with how the body works...
Taylor is our Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) who graduated from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy having completed 2200 hours of training in June 2017. Taylor belongs to the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC). She is trained in Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Relaxation Massage, and Therapeutic Massage. Taylor has been employed with Beaumont Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic for the last 7 years which has prompted her interest in helping people heal.
Taylor is currently booking massage appointments Mondays from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
Why massage therapy?
I’ve worked at Beaumont Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic as a receptionist/physio aid for the past 7 years. Seeing different injuries and seeing people heal is why I wanted to pursue a career in Massage Therapy. Whether you need to relax, reduce muscle tension or attain relief from chronic pain, massage can enhance y...