The mind's first step to self-awareness must be through the body.
George Sheehan
reconnecting movement

Frustrated with injuries?  Unsure which movements will support your goals?

Confused by all the treatment and training options out there?

We provide the answers, connect you to the right practitioners and deliver exemplary training to give you the freedom in movement you deserve!

Essential Kinetics takes your health endeavours seriously.  We know the movement demands that are essential for achieving and regaining optimal function in all your activities, from work to sport to everyday life.


 Recognized leaders in movement retraining services

Your body constantly adapts and re-learns how to move in response to injury, pain and to the demands of activity.  Loss of healthy joint motion, movement variability and impaired motor control coupled with external stressors are the premise of chronic pain and recurrent injuries and best overcome through graduated movement integration and reduction of stressors that the body has become sensitized to.  With Essential Kinetics you get access to the latest approaches derived from sport science and health research and proven training techniques that let you to achieve the next level in your fitness.

Retraining movement capacity and variability with control through all of your available joint ranges is an important and effective adjunct to physiotherapy, chiropractic or alternative treatments.  We take the question out of which treatment is best for you, connect you to the right practitioners and work with them to bridge the gap from health to fitness.

Advance your health with the best team beside you every step of the way!





The team at Essential Kinetics is excited to be continuing their own education with world-renowned clinicians, including:



Trial Laywers of BC Conference 2016.  Soft Tissue Injury: Building a Better Community of Practice.  Keynote speaker - Jordan Smith, Apr 2


Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science with Dr. Greg Lehman, Apr 9-10


Neuro Orthopaedic Institute: Explain Pain, Apr 28-29


Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS): A Developmental Kinesiological Approach to Exercise, May 14-15


Postural Restoration Institue (PRI) Myokinematic Restoration, Oct 8-9