I have been a Physical Therapist and fitness coach for more than eight years. I graduated from Andres Bello University, Chile (2006) with a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and a Masters degree in Physical Therapy. In addition, I completed two postgraduate diplomas in orthopedic manual therapy focusing in the evaluation and treatment of dysfunctions of the spine and limbs.
I worked in one of the most prestigious orthopedic clinic in Chile for four years as Head Physiotherapist and Ergonomic Adviser. During the same period I worked as assistant professor of Biomechanics at the physical therapy department of the Americas University, Chile.
In 2010, I visited Vancouver and decided that this would become home base in the following years after being enchanted by the culture, nature and people of British Columbia.
Since the beginning of 2012, I have been working as an independent personal trainer. I use my broad experience and knowledge base with a diverse range of clients to meet goals that include improvement of fitness levels, weight loss programs, athletic training, strengthening programs and rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries. In addition, I am working as a personal trainer at the Arbutus Club, one of the most prestigious private clubs in British Columbia and Canada.
I am passionate about sports, including soccer, tennis, biking, running and also Yoga. I enjoy going for hikes and camping trips to the wonderful outdoors of British Columbia.
Kinesiology degree, Andres Bello university, Chile
Physical therapy degree, Andres Bello University, Chile
Orthopedic Manual Therapy in spine and limb dysfunctions diploma, St. Augustine University.
American council of Exercise, personal trainer certification
First aid certification, St. Johns Ambulance, Vancouver