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jas-hayre Jas Hayre, Practicing Kinesiologist
B.Kin, BCAK Certified

Jas obtained a Bachelor of Kinesiology from University of Fraser Valley. Jas has also successfully completed a Sports Science diploma through Douglas College and an Urban Poling certificate. He specializes in muscle balancing, aqua therapy, isometric resistance training, corrective kinetics and proprioceptive 0neuromuscular facilitation.

Jas serves clients in Surrey, White Rock, Delta, Langley, and New Westminster. Jas speaks fluent Punjabi.

In his spare time, Jas enjoys swimming, basketball, football, and traveling.

Iris-PopovskiIris Popovski, Practicing Kinesiologist

Iris graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia and is now a registered Kinesiologist through the BC Association of Kinesiologists. Iris also successfully completed her Diploma in Human Kinetics from Langara College in 2009, with a strong interest in anatomy and physiology. During her studies, she worked with clients with a wide range of physical disabilities, implementing personal care services and assisting with activities of daily living; as well as promoting and maintaining physical, psychological and social wellbeing.

Iris is currently studying to obtain her Personal Training certification so she can share her passion for fitness and health alongside her love for helping people improve their function and gain their independence.

In her spare time, Iris enjoys working out, cooking, travelling and being outdoors. She speaks conversational Serbian and Croatian.

Huy NguyenHuy Nguyen, Practicing Kinesiologist
BSc Kin

Huy earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology and a Certificate in Active Health and Fitness from Simon Fraser University (SFU).  He is a practicing Kinesiologist and a member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiology (BCAK). He has also worked as a personal trainer for clients at the SFU Fitness Center with his certification from the BCRPA.  In working with his clients, he integrates his experiences to develop individualized exercise programs to assist them in effectively returning to health and activity.

As a very active individual, he is very dedicated towards helping people achieve their optimal health with an active lifestyle.  He strives on helping people reach their full functional capacity and helping them understand how gym based exercises can be translated into day-to-day activities.

Huy is continuously expanding his knowledge in the field by taking different course outside of the clinic.  He enjoys playing a variety of sports including volleyball and badminton.  He has played in high level badminton tournaments and has instructed in camps to introduce the game to youths.

Amara-Miles Amara Miles, Practicing Kinesiologist

Amara recently graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Human Kinetics and a Minor in Psychology. She is also a CFES Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer, and enjoys working in individual and small group settings to help set and achieve health and wellness goals.

While in University, she completed a practicum at Kelowna General Hospital, where she got to work alongside a Physiotherapist and Respiratory Therapist in developing exercise programs for people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. This furthered her passion in rehabilitation, conditioning, and maintenance of chronic diseases. Her volunteer work with the Special Olympics of British Columbia and the Canadian National Institute for the Blind is another passion of hers that she has a high level of care and respect for.

In her spare time, Amara loves being outdoors, and enjoys hiking, kayaking, and yoga.

Cara Bagry Cara Bagry, Practicing Kinesiologist

Cara recently graduated from University of the Fraser Valley with a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology and a minor in Psychology.

Cara’s interest in health and fitness began during her childhood as a competitive athlete in soccer and basketball. She discovered her passion for helping others to improve their abilities and gain independence while volunteering at Hope After Stroke Support Group, and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Club. While in University, Cara has worked as a physical rehabilitation student where she had the pleasure of working with Acquired Brain Injury clients. In addition, she has had the opportunity to shadow Amit Kumar at Life Skills Therapy furthering her knowledge in designing and implementing rehabilitation programs for stroke survivor clients.

In her spare time, Cara enjoys running, exploring the outdoors, and spending time with her pets.

Edwin-Dutt Edwin Dutt, Rehabilitation Assistant

Edwin successfully completed a Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant Diploma at CDI College in 2008. He has experience working with a wide range of clients including older adults, children, clients recovering from neurological impairments, and clients with mental health issues. He has experience implementing physical and cognitive rehabilitation, and gradual return to work programs for ICBC and WorkSafeBC clients.

Edwin is fluent in Hindi and Punjabi.