PILATES REFORMER AND STABILITY CHAIR TRAINING
WORK HARDENING / CONDITIONING
Exciting news KTW friends! WE’RE MOVING! In late January, 2017 we will be trading spaces with the Canadian Cancer Society, located at 1780 Regent Street in the Times Square (beside Ripe Restaurant). That means we will double our space, add more Kinesiologists, more equipment, more services and a few other surprises we will save for…Continue Reading...
MEET DENISE AND TINA
They’re both passionate and experienced Kinesiologists, who love what they do and always look forward to helping their clients.
PROMOTING HEALTH AND PREVENTING DISEASE WITH EXERCISE AND MOVEMENT!
Denise Maki is a Registered Kinesiologist licensed with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario and she has over 25 years of experience in the field of rehabilitation. Prior to opening Kinnect to Wellness in 2011, she held positions in ability management, exercise prescription and intervention, pain management and functional assessment.
Tina Treitz is a Registered Kinesiologist licensed with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario and she has over 25 years of experience in the field of rehabilitation. Prior to opening Kinnect to Wellness in 2011, she held positions in ability management, exercise prescription and intervention, pain management and functional assessment.
In 2009, Tina Treitz and Denise Maki conceived the idea of starting a Kinesiology practice that would better meet the injury rehabilitation and general exercise needs of Sudburians. Both Tina and Denise have been working in the field of rehabilitation for over 15 years and over these years had noticed a gap in care when moving from the clinic to the gym. Kinesiologists could provide the guidance needed to cross that gap with fewer injuries and with an increased likelihood of success for a full recovery.
Once the idea for a Kinesiology wellness centre was conceived, Denise and Tina began discussing the benefit guided exercise could have for many populations in Sudbury, in particular: type II diabetics, people with osteoporosis, arthritis, chronic pain, Parkinson’s disease and other neuromuscular diseases and in oncology. Denise and Tina are enthusiastic about promoting exercise as medicine for treatment of various conditions, as well as, general fitness for everyone for life.
Kinesiology is the science of human movement with a focus on how the body moves and functions. A kinesiological approach applies the latest evidence based principles to preserve and enhance movement in all settings and populations. The College of Kinesiology of Ontario regulates and registers Kinesiologists and upholds standards of practice in the field.