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Kinesiology

Nathan Layte, BKin (Hons), NLCK, FMS
Nathan Layte, BKin (Hons), NLCK, FMS

Nathan completed his degree in Kinesiology (Honours/Cooperative) in 2015 at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Nathan is a Certified Kinesiologist with the Newfoundland and Labrador Kinesiology Association and certified to administer the Functional Movement Screen. During his degree and post-graduation, Nathan promoted and delivered health care in clinical and non-clinical settings to a variety of individuals with diverse fitness backgrounds and health conditions. Employed as a kinesiologist, Nathan assessed functional limitations and implemented strength and conditioning programs designed to improve overall strength and function. Nathan’s academic background and commitment to continuing education has aided in developing fitness programs for athletes and client’s with neurological diseases, arthritis, musculoskeletal injuries, etc. Nathan’s focus has always been on providing a pleasant environment with an informative, holistic approach that will move people closer to achieving their health and fitness goals. In Nathan’s spare time, he enjoys resistance training, juggling, jump rope, ice hockey, and reading.


 
Kayla Rector, BKin
Kayla Rector, BKin

Kayla originally hails from Parrsboro, NS. She finished her Bachelor of Kinesiology degree at Acadia University in Wolfville, NS in 2012. Afterward she moved to Toronto, ON to study Fitness and Health Promotion at George Brown College. Kayla’s internships with the Strength and Conditioning department at York University Varsity Athletics and at a private gym/therapy clinic, Totum Life Science helped develop her skills in exercise for both fitness and rehabilitation. She has created and taught periodized exercise programs to a number of differing clientele including able bodied elite level athletes, patients with Parkinson’s Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Brain injuries, Mental Health issues, various back and joint problems and countless other musculoskeletal injuries and ailments. She has also provided dry land training for hockey players, figure skaters, and swimmers, who had ACL injuries, rotator cuff injuries, etc.