Lauren is a graduate of Langara College’s Registered Massage Therapy program with experience treating a diverse range of clientele. Among several massage outreaches with a variety of populations, she especially enjoyed her time at iCORD, learning to help people affected by neurological conditions reduce their pain and achieve their goals. Before deciding to become an RMT, Lauren did her Bachelor of Science at UBC in Cognitive Systems, developing her fascination for the nervous system in all its complexity. As an RMT, she has channeled this passion into practical applications to help improve her clients’ quality of life, one person at a time. She takes a person-centered approach, making sure to understand each person’s individual goals and concerns in order to construct a plan that best supports their needs.
Outside of Massage Therapy, Lauren enjoys playing the piano, exploring nature, and playing with her dog, Juno.
Lauren is a graduate of Langara College’s Registered Massage Therapy program with experience trea...
Yasmin completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology and Master of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia.
Yasmin began her physiotherapy career working in a variety of areas in the hospital, including treating patients with neurological conditions, in both the ICU and wards. Helping individuals navigate the changes during their first few days after a neurological injury proved to be a challenging but rewarding experience. Yasmin completed her physiotherapy training at GF Strong, treating adults with conditions including stroke, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome and more. In the community, Yasmin enjoyed working at the Physical Activity Research Centre, assessing and assisting persons with spinal cord injuries in an adaptive gym environment. Yasmin has additional training and experience with those who have chronic pain.
Yasmin has gained a deep appreciation for the journey one takes with a neurological condition, from the hospital to the community. She combines her experience and passion for physical activity to empower an individual to reach their highest potential and meaningful goals.
Outside of the clinic, Yasmin enjoys riding her bike, hiking, or walking her dog. She loves exploring farmer’s markets, and trying new recipes or restaurants.
Yasmin completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology and Master of Physical Therapy at the University of ...
Khush is a licensed physiotherapist with over a decade of experience in USA and Canada. She holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from India and master’s from the University of Buffalo, NY. She has worked in many settings, from Critical Care to outpatient clinics and rehab facilities.
Khush is a lifelong learner and practices evidence-based physiotherapy care. She is skilled in treating conditions that affect musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiorespiratory system. Her clinical interest lies in treating clients with movement difficulties, post-surgical, post-injury, vestibular rehab, dry needling and more.
Khush’s approach to care is holistic and inclusive. She enjoys learning about activities and goals that interest and motivates her client. She partners with them in developing their exercise program, educating them, and taking time to figure out what works for them.
In her free time, Khush likes to spend time with her family and travel. She likes to relax by reading books and playing board games. Outside of that, she stays active through running, swimming, and hiking.
Khush is a licensed physiotherapist with over a decade of experience in USA and Canada. She holds...
Victor graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia. He was awarded with the School of Kinesiology Major International Entry Scholarship for his academics and sports achievements before joining UBC.
Victor has previous experience working with Physiotherapists and Osteopaths in Hong Kong where he grew up. He specialized in biomechanics and focused on spinal cord injuries during his studies.
Victor has a functional movement screen certification and believes that movement can improve one’s mind and body regardless of limitations. Victor is open to working with clients of all ages and physical abilities. He strives to be as inclusive as possible.
Victor is fluent in French, English and Spanish. He can also converse in Cantonese.
In his spare time, Victor enjoys running and lifting weights. He enjoys watching sports such as soccer, rugby and basketball. As a french citizen who grew up in Hong Kong, Victor enjoys travelling and listening to people’s life stories.
Victor graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia. He was a...
Kevin completed his Bachelor of Sciences in Biomedical Physiology at Simon Fraser University. During this time, he played rugby with SFU and dabbled in research on ice hockey head injuries — even assisting with some publications.
He later travelled abroad to study physiotherapy at The University of Melbourne in Australia where he was involved in various sporting and high performance teams as a student, trainer or physiotherapist. Some of these teams included the Moorabbin Rugby Club, Coburg Football Club, the Brumbies Super Rugby Team and Box Hill United SC. It is through his studies as well as previous experiences locally at the Royal Columbian Hospital, George Pearson Centre and Stan Stronge Pool that he developed a passion for neuro-rehabilitation.
Kevin comes from both a sports and neurological physiotherapy background having worked in both areas in Melbourne prior to returning to Canada. He has an interest in gait biomechanics, movement disorders and acquired brain injuries and concussions — having a few head knocks himself among other things. Kevin still enjoys playing sports as a weekend warrior, hiking and is also an avid enjoyer or Dungeons and Dragons and other tabletop games.
Kevin completed his Bachelor of Sciences in Biomedical Physiology at ...
Sandra has 10+ years of experience working with a wide range of clients in her clinical practice including two-time Olympic Canadian’s Men’s Field Hockey team since 2014. Sandra’s Nutritional Coaching has included clients with concerns and specific goals including improving anxiety, mental health, neuropathy issues, weight loss, gastrointestinal corrections-all while improving a sense of personal well being with Nutritional and Vitamin protocols. Sandra understands that not every body is the same and her “just for you” Nutritional programs are always based on your bodies specific needs and designed to fit your unique life with ease and flexibility.
Sandra has 10+ years of experience working with a wide range of clients in her clinical practice ...
Elizabeth received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo, Ontario. While in school, she spent her summers managing musculoskeletal injuries in tree planting workcamps in British Columbia. Seeing the prevalence of work-related injuries in the tree planting industry motivated her to pursue a Masters in Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of British Columbia. In her WorkSafe BC funded research Elizabeth analyzed a repetitive strain injury intervention that utilizes motor learning. When she moved to Vancouver she also started working at the Strive Centre, running physical activity programs, such as chair fitness, yoga and stretch & strength, for individuals with acquired brain injuries.
Working with a variety of injuries, Elizabeth observed how important of a role the mind plays in rehabilitation for all injuries. Fascinated by the capacity of our brains to adapt and believing that small changes, with time and repetition, can make a big difference, Elizabeth loves working within the mind-body relationship to help clients achieve their personal goals.
Outside of work Elizabeth loves to swim, climb, forage, and explore BC in her camper van with her husky.
Elizabeth received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo, Ontario....
Emily is a Master of Science in Physiotherapy ‘22 graduate from Glasgow Caledonian University, UK. She also graduated with a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education from Queen’s University, Kingston, ON. Her favourite placement during her Physiotherapy degree was at an in-patient neurological rehabilitation unit in the west of Scotland, which sparked her interest in working in this field.
During her undergraduate degree she also gained experience volunteering in an adapted exercise gym for members of the Kingston community who had mobility impairments. She has also worked as a physiotherapy aide at a musculoskeletal clinic in Ottawa.
She is originally from Ottawa and has recently moved to North Vancouver and is currently enjoying exploring all the trails! She was drawn to the Neuromotion team by the friendly and outgoing atmosphere and is looking forward to working with clients to help achieve their goals!
Emily is a Master of Science in Physiotherapy ‘22 graduate from Glasgow Caledonian University, UK...
Nicole earned her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of British Columbia (UBC). She is a registrant in good standing with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of British Columbia (CSHPBC) and is certified by Speech-Language Audiology Canada (SAC).
Since 2017 Nicole has been practicing in a wide variety of clinical settings, including acute care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, and community. Most recently Nicole worked at GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre, where she honed her clinical experience working with adults with acquired neurogenic injury (e.g. stroke, traumatic brain injury, anoxic brain injury) and neurodegenerative conditions (e.g. Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Primary Progressive Aphasia). She is passionate about professional and educational development and consistently strives to meet the highest standards of clinical practice. Nicole is a clinical instructor at UBC where she supports speech-language pathology students in their endeavour to develop clinical and professional skills necessary for clinical practice. Nicole has supported research in swallowing (dysphagia) and is a published author of a systematic review with respect to dysphagia research.
Nicole’s approach to therapy is rooted in her empathy towards every client and their family members. She is passionate about supporting her clients with their communication and swallowing goals. She recognizes the utmost significance communication and swallowing plays on her clients’ life participation and prioritizes her clients’ needs accordingly. Nicole enjoys working with her clients’ family members, providing education and support to empower them with strategies to communicate with their loved ones. She firmly believes that therapy should to the highest extent possible fit the needs of daily life, be practical, and rewarding. Nicole enjoys the collaborative process in her role and celebrates her clients’ unique abilities and goals.
Nicole earned her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of British C...
Emily Tse is a practicing Kinesiologist registered with BCAK. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with a Specialization in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. Upon completion of her degree, she spent a couple of years working in a community centre teaching adapted exercise classes for seniors with neurological conditions. This is where her passion blossomed and flourished. She has taken courses in fall prevention, personal training, PWR certification and Bobath/NDT related courses. She continues to take courses to improve her knowledge and skills in working with the neurological population.
After many years of living and working in Montreal, Emily and her family have decided to head out west,
Emily enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, outdoor skating and long walks along the sea wall.
Emily Tse is a practicing Kinesiologist registered with BCAK. She obtained her bachelor’s degree...
Kalliopi earned her Bachelor of Science degree, double majoring in biomedical science and psychology, at Brandon University in Brandon, Manitoba. During her time there, she worked as the student athletic therapist for the Men’s Basketball team for two years, sparking her interest for physiotherapy and rehabilitation. She then completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Manitoba in 2019.
During the physio program, Kalliopi found she had a special interest in neurology and followed that passion to British Columbia to specialize in neuro-rehabilitation. Kalliopi works with clients of all ages and uses evidence-based practices to create individualized treatment plans for each unique client. She loves to learn about each clients’ personal goals and tries to find fun and meaningful activities and treatments to help reach them. Kalliopi has additional training in pediatrics, Myndmove therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and post-concussion therapy. She is also certified in Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT) for adults with stroke and brain injury. Kalliopi works in the clinic, does home visits, and practices Tele-Rehabilitaion.
Outside of work, you will find Kalliopi exploring Vancouver, watching hockey, or traveling the world, always stopping in Greece to visit family!
Kalliopi earned her Bachelor of Science degree, double majoring in biomedical science and psychol...
Cameron graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia. Before university he played soccer for team Canada and badminton for team Alberta. Cameron has previous experience working in long-term care geriatrics and with children with disabilities. He seeks out work with different client populations, ages, and abilities.
In his spare time, Cameron enjoys volleyball, running, plyometrics, playing/listening to music, and boardgames.
Cameron graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia. Before...