Monthly Archives: July 2010

Jessica Vuong


Jessica Vuong

Practicing Kinesiologist

Email: jess@moveo.ca

 

Jessica completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology with a concentration in Active Health & Rehabilitation at Simon Fraser University. She is certified under BC SportsAid and is keen on pursuing other certifications in the future. Jessica started out as a co-op student at Movéo in 2015, learning from the numerous knowledgeable practitioners at Movéo. She is now eager to be able to combine the hands-on experience in the clinic with knowledge she has acquired through various courses and textbooks to lead her own clients through their recovery. Jessica enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, snowboarding, and playing ultimate. She personally believes that healthy movement is maintained by incorporating variety into her exercise routine.

 

Aisling Whelehan

Aisling Whelehan 

Student Kinesiologist

Email: kin@moveo.ca

 

Aisling is currently completing her Kinesiology degree at SFU in the Active Health and Rehabilitation concentration, and holds a certificate in BC SportsAid.

A North Vancouver native, she played a wide variety of sports growing up and is passionate about health and wellness. She enjoys hiking, yoga, cycling, and being active outdoors. Aisling is continually amazed by the power and capability of the human body and enjoys guiding patients to optimal health and performance. 

 

Ryan Tseng

Ryan Tseng 

Student Kinesiologist

Email: kin@moveo.ca

 

Ryan is currently completing his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Physiology at Simon Fraser University. His interest in weightlifting and being physically active has sparked a genuine passion for health and overall fitness, which has led him to pursue further knowledge regarding the discipline of rehabilitation. Ryan is particularly fascinated by the human body and the physiological adjustments it makes during exercise. While working at the clinic, he aims to learn more about exercise prescription and help people improve their quality of life through exercises that are both functional and progressive.