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All About Kind Kinetics Physio - Yoga - Pilates

Welcome to Kind Kinetics, where movement and wellness come together! My name is Pam, and I'm a Physiotherapist and movement enthusiast. From dancing and ballet at 4 years old, to swimming, hockey, and badminton as I grew older, I've always had a passion for physical activity. As an adult, I've returned to ballet and dance, relighting the passion and fun I had as a child. After a trampolining accident and injury, I decided to pursue a career in Physiotherapy and specialize in sports and movement rehabilitation. I have extensive experience working in a variety of settings, including rugby and sport, a neurological respite center, and many years in a private physiotherapy clinic.

At Kind Kinetics, I offer a variety of classes and services, including Pilates, yoga, and fitness, to help you achieve your health and fitness goals. Whether you're recovering from an injury, managing a chronic condition, or just looking to improve your overall well-being, I'll work with you to create a tailored plan that fits your needs. My goal is to help you move better and feel great, all while having fun and enjoying the journey. Let's get moving together!

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my beloved dogs and staying active through a variety of activities, including swimming, cani-cross and long-distance running. I also love to challenge myself with new physical pursuits, such as exploring different types of movement and exercise.

When I am sitting still, I enjoy crochet and crafting, which are not only fun hobbies but also great ways to improve fine motor skills and hand dexterity.

As a fun fact, did you know that movement has been shown to have a positive impact on mental health, and can even help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression? Regular exercise has also been linked to a lower risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Movement is not only good for the body but also for the mind, and that's why I am passionate about helping my patients to move better and feel better. Another fun fact, if you are looking for a way to improve your balance, try standing on one foot with your eyes closed. This will challenge your proprioception, or the ability to sense the position of your body in space, which is an important aspect of balance and overall movement.

With my diverse range of interests and expertise, I am committed to helping my patients achieve their goals and lead an active, healthy lifestyle.

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