Kate graduated from the College of Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Studies (Hons) with Great Distinction. She fell in love with learning about the science of human movement while completing her undergraduate degree and was eager to continue her studies after graduation. Kate immediately applied for admission to the School of Rehabilitation Science and received her Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2020.
Kate began volunteering with Craven SPORT services in 2017, where she was first exposed to the ‘Craven Method‘. While completing her Master’s degree, she continued to work with the Osteoarthritis Exercise Intervention Program and the Strong(HER) program at CSS. Here, she gained a special interest in supporting older adults as they maximize their quality of life through movement.
In her personal time, Kate enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible. This includes long runs and walks by the river, Nordic skiing, snowboarding, and kayaking. A fun fact about Kate is that she backpacked through Europe twice during her undergraduate degree (and hopes to go back soon when she has the chance!).
Kate enjoys working with clients of all age ranges and abilities, and is grateful to be able to help her clients return to the activities that fulfill them.