Our Burnaby Kinesiologists deliver kinesiology services at:
- Willingdon Community Centre – 1491 Carleton Avenue
- Cameron Recreation Complex – 9523 Cameron Street
- Edmonds Community Centre – 7433 Edmonds Street
Please note, we do not have private offices at the above City of Burnaby locations.
Willingdon Community Centre:
Cameron Recreation Complex:
Edmonds Community Centre:
Burnaby Kinesiologist’s Hours:
Call 604 783 8300 to schedule an appointment with a Burnaby Kinesiologist.
- Monday: 9 am to 8:30 pm
- Tuesday: 9 am to 8:30 pm
- Wednesday: 9 am to 8:30 pm
- Thursday: 9 am to 8:30 pm
- Friday: 9 am to 7 pm
Kinesiologist Burnaby Testimonials:
I’m so glad my lawyer recommended Marie to me. From our first meeting, Marie put me at ease and made me feel positive about my outcome. I had considerable chest pain from an automobile accident fifteen months previous. I had been through physiotherapy and massage treatments but my chest pain was constant. Marie met with me weekly and taught me exercises that I could also carry out at home. She also emailed me a chart of exercises so I could tick them off when I did each one (at home) which was very helpful. I loved the individual attention Marie paid to me in helping me to regain my strength. Through Marie’s exercise program and encouragement I have improved to the point that I have attended a low-impact exercise class at my community centre and could keep up with the others. My chest pain has gone away. -J.M.
I would highly recommend Nova Active Rehab. Marie crafted an exercise plan that targeted my injury in a way that Physiotherapy wasn’t able to achieve. She was very patient in teaching me the proper techniques to make the exercises most effective for my recovery. I am glad I was able to work with Marie, it was a great experience. -C.A.
Marie was fantastic! She really took the time to customize my care. I could tell there was a lot of thought put into the exercise routine she planned for me. I would highly recommend her as a skilled, encouraging and knowledgeable Kinesiologist. Thank you, Marie. -J.M.
Daryl studied at Simon Fraser University, where he acquired a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Active Health & Rehabilitation. His philosophy includes active living as an essential element of a balanced lifestyle as he has felt the benefit with and the detriment without. His goal is to help others see that same benefit and incorporate the same outlook. When he’s not training clients you’re likely to find him quickly moving his feet, pushing down on two pedals, moving low to moderate amounts of weight, and shredding dance floors around the city.