Danielle is a practicing kinesiologist with the BC Association of Kinesiologists. She holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology from the University of British Columbia. Danielle strongly believes that consistent movement is directly related to a healthy life for the body and mind.
She has spent the past 10 years working as a Kinesiologist and Alpine Ski Coach with varied groups of athletes from club to national level. She has worked in many different environments including clinic, strength and conditioning facilities and in-home gyms. She has worked alongside the Canadian Sport Institute strength trainers while training Provincial and National athletes. Danielle was the first female alpine coach to work at the National level in Canada and also managed the fitness program while the Women’s development ski team was on the road. Danielle has also worked with many rehab clients ranging from youth to seniors who have been impaired by car accidents, athletic injuries or work/life related aches and pains. She has worked with clients ranging from 9 to 92 years old. She is also an ICBC vendor that has worked with a variety of clients impacted by motor vehicle accidents.
Danielle works with each individual to set goals for the individual need (performance, pain management, lifestyle based). Her passion lies in educating and creating a fun environment in the gym or field. She believes in the overall importance of healthy eating, consistent exercise, good posture and a happy mind to create a well-balanced life and body. Danielle currently spends her active time mountain biking, skiing, practicing yoga and coaching soccer.
- Bachelor of Kinesiology (University of British Columbia)
- Standard First Aid and CPR C AED
- Kinesio Taping CKT1 Certification
- Level 3 Alpine Ski Coach (Canadian Ski Coaches Federation)