Heather Tercier is a practicing Kinesiologist in the field of injury rehabilitation with over 15 years of experience. She is CSEP-CEP certified and also has training in Motivational Interviewing and myofascial release techniques.
Heather works with injured individuals in a treatment capacity and is passionate about assisting injured individuals with a mandate of working with them to return to their regular lives and routines.
Outside of work Heather loves spending time with her two daughters and husband.
In the role as AKA’s President, Heather is proud to lead the Board as AKA’s focus is to become regulated.
Nicole Kennedy is a practicing Kinesiologist in the field of injury rehabilitation and is also CSEP-CEP certified. She works with injured individuals and assists them in their return to work and regular routines.
Outside of work Nicole enjoys staying active, camping and riding her horse.
In the role as AKA’s Treasurer, Nicole is excited to work with the board as it strives to become regulated.
Luv Kular is a practicing Kinesiotherapist and Manual Osteopath in the field of injury rehabilitation, prevention, pain management and performance and health optimization. Luv possesses multiple certifications and has a Masters of Science in Kinesiology with a specialization in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation and Athletic Conditioning, and treats a wide spectrum of conditions and patients at his multi-disciplinary clinic to help individuals live healthy, pain and injury-free lifestyles.
Outside of work, Luv enjoys spending time with his family, friends and puppy.
In his role as the AKA’s Director of Education, Luv is passionate about seeking out initiatives and learning opportunities to enhance the standards of practice and recognition of Kinesiologists/Kinesiotherapists in Alberta through professional continued education.
Nick Chapman is an Exercise Therapist at Millard Health. In this role, Nick performs functional assessments and is the treating exercise therapist for the Chronic Psychological Injury Program to assist workers in coordinating a safe, successful and sustainable return to work. Nick graduated from Simon Fraser University with a BSc. in Kinesiology and certificates in Occupational Ergonomics and Health and Fitness. He is an active member with the AKA as well as CSEP as a certified personal trainer (CPT).
Outside of work Nick enjoys cycling or spending time in the mountains with his loved ones.
Nick joined the AKA Board of directors in the Summer of 2018 and is our current VP of Marketing. His focus is to highlight educational and career opportunities for current, new and upcoming kinesiologists in Alberta.
In the business environment I am an organizational wizard with a passion for leadership, efficiency, accuracy, and customer service.
Outside of work, my other passions are people, cycling, and fitness. For over 18 years I combined both work and cycling, and at the age of 38 I won Canada’s first Olympic Cycling Gold Medal beating competitors half my age. I continue to share my cycling experiences and knowledge through keynote presentations and I ride my bicycle 2 or 3 days every week.
In today’s constantly changing world, I serve organizations by bringing leadership and organizational skills acquired from both business and a successful cycling career.
Adam is currently a practicing kinesiologist with a background in sports performance and general population health initiatives. Adam owns and operates a private training facility in St. Albert, Alberta called Fit U that houses a wide demographic of clientele spanning from professional athletes all the way to senior citizens. As an entrepreneur Adam is constantly seeking out new avenues to improve the fitness industry and is presently developing an internship at Fit U for new grads to enter into self employed practice after completion of their post secondary education.
Outside of business Adam spends the majority of his free time exploring the outdoors through the means of hiking, biking, and running. He is firmly rooted in the belief of varying your fitness in as many means as possible and is not afraid to try anything activity related at least once.
In his role as chair of the regulatory committee he is focused on solidifying the legitimacy of kinesiology as a practice in Alberta, with hopes that the profession one day will acquire the same recognition as other designated professions in the province.