Jane graduated with a kinesiology degree in 2016 and has been personal training since 2015. She works with many different demographics, but has a special interest in improving quality of life and fitness in older adults.
Jane became a Fascial Stretch therapist (FST) to better treat her clients. Through FST she treats chronic pain and tightness, and can help restore mobility and range of motion.
Outside of work, Jane likes to ride her bike, hike and rock climb. She also likes to travel and is always looking for new places to explore.
Jarrod is a Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology – Certified Personal Trainer (CSEP-CPT) and athlete performance trainer. He is currently entering his final year in Kinesiology at the University of Calgary. Jarrod has a passion for helping people with injuries of all types, and his goal is to return people to a pain free and active quality of life; an interest that he first cultivated during his own battles with injury.
Prior to university, Jarrod played elite hockey and trained heavily in martial arts. As an active and outgoing individual, Jarrod can usually be found in the mountains hiking, climbing, or camping. Another one of his hobbies is animation and video editing, which he has been doing for over 4 years.
Erika received her Kinesiology degree with Honours from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo. She continued on to complete the Pedorthics program at Western University, graduating with distinction.
Erika first gained an interest in Pedorthics while volunteering at a clinic in Waterloo. While there, she witnessed the wide range of ailments that orthotics can help, and the large numbers of people who are affected by these issues. Soon after graduating from Western, Erika became certified as a Pedorthist and is a member in good standing with both the Pedorthic Association of Canada and the College of Pedorthics of Canada.
Outside of Pedorthics, you’ll find Erika in the mountains skiing, snowboarding and hiking.