Nikita completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Victoria in 2020. Given her experience in team sports, Capoeira, dance, and full-time studies and desk work, she understands how disruptive pain can be and is eager to help expedite her clients’ return to both work and play. Nikita believes that correcting dysfunctional and compromising movement patterns is the key to life-long, injury- and pain-free movement, and therefore, that any person can benefit from kinesiology. Nikita embraces each individual’s needs and their access to other therapeutic modalities in integrated multidisciplinary healthcare settings. She is inspired by the body’s infinite capacity to heal and looks forward to helping clients deepen their understanding, appreciation, and connection to their bodies.