About Cameron

Cameron is a Registered Kinesiologist and has completed a bachelor of Human Kinetics the University of British Columbia, and a Sport Science Diploma from Langara College. Since 2006 he has been the Athletic Director and exercise physiologist at The Bentall Centre Athletic Club in Vancouver where he started the Witness Your Fitness Wellness clinic in 2007. As of June 2012, Cameron and his family moved to Squamish, and is now very happy to be offering his services in the Squamish Community.

Cameron has worked with the full spectrum of clients from the beginner to the elite, and has had great success in creating personalized, effective, and engaging strength training programs for individual client needs.  His specialties include Myofascial Assisted Stretch, fitness evaluation, outdoor recreation leadership, finger point acupressure, and promoting health and wellness through as many ways as possible. His goal is to leave you feeling inspired… not expired.

In 2011 Cameron become involved Ohashiatsu which is a unique form of body work involving stretch, touch, and finger point acupressure along the eastern Ki energy meridians. It is based on thousands of years of eastern philosophy and methods of healing adapted to meet the needs of the western world.  In his practice, Cameron combines Thomas Myer’s Posture Train theory, Ohashiatsu, and Kinesiology for the therapeutic touch.

Cameron believes in continually learning and to expand his knowledge base, and community volunteerism to find ways to help peoples body’s function better and pain free.  He considers himself an outdoor junkie and known by some as the curator of interesting hats. Movement appeals to him and fun always follows him. Cameron likes playing guitar, and time spent with his wife Johanna and daughters Gabriela and Julianna. As a family they spend time climbing, mountain biking, downhill skiing, lake jumping, camping, socializing in Squamish, and cooking delicious meals.

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