BIO

Andreja has been a Practicing Kinesiologist for 20 years. She graduated from SFU in 1998 with a BSc. Kinesiology and later returned to SFU to complete a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Gerontology (the study of Aging) in 2005. Her love of learning has spanned the years of professional practice; and still continues, with her sights set on a Master’s in Rehabilitation Science. When it comes to leisurely reading her book of choice will be some heavy thick scientific text-book…over a fiction novel any day.

Andreja holds a mandate ‘to help people’ and is driven by science to find solutions. She takes a methodical approach in her exercise programming and looks to restore function, correct patterns, increase strength, enhance performance, condition for sport, and above all improve quality of life! Her clients range from severely injured to high functioning, and everything in between: MVA claims, musculoskeletal conditions, chronic conditions, pre- and post-op orthopaedic conditions, post-stroke rehab, sports injuries and healthy populations.

Andreja is well known for comprehensive musculoskeletal assessments and a focus on movement and technique within every program. She holds certifications in: Kinesio-taping, Functional Movement Systems (Level I/II), Active Isolated Stretching (AIS - Mattes Method), Functional Capacity Evaluation (Matheson System), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) Level I Exercise / (DNS) Level II Exercise, TRX - Suspension Training, and Trigger Point Performance Therapy. 

Andreja is a member in good standing with the BC Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) and has been an instructor for the BCAK Functional Assessment of the Spine and Extremities course for the past 10 years. She also served on the BCAK board of directors for 10 years and held the position of President in an effort to continue driving the profession of Kinesiology forward. In her spare time Andreja enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 young daughters, playing in the outdoors, running marathons, and working on her strength and conditioning.