I grew up in Winnipeg, MB but now live in Calgary, AB. I’ve grown up playing various sports. This led me to take university courses related to human anatomy and injuries. I love learning new things and going to new places. Now I continue to play volleyball, and you can find me outside the club actively exploring the province.
I have always been involved in sports. Dance, ringette, rhythmic gymnastics, volleyball, flag football, and ultimate – just to name a few! I have been weight training since I was about 12 years old.
Thoughts on the benefits of Athletic Therapy – some of the successes, etc:
Athletic therapy is something I am passionate about. It’s educating my clients on what is happening during their injury so they understand the importance of their rehab. You get better with movement and I show my clients how to move safely. Some of the best successes are when my clients tell me they can do what they love to do again.
Currently, I enjoy every food and don’t eliminate anything. My meals consist of protein, carbs, and vegetables with lots of spice!
What do you like most about working at Bankers Hall?
I like various things about Bankers Hall. The location right downtown is convenient, the members work hard in the gym and the staffs are very intelligent and kind people!
If you could ask Status Editor-In-Chief, Rodney Jang one question what would that be?
What are your workouts like?
What was it like working with David Ford?
David Ford made me comfortable and confident. He had great ideas for poses but wanted me to get my ideas first. You can tell he really cares that you get the shots you want!
Athletic Therapist, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), Mulligan Technique, Soft Tissue Release.
Who Inspires You:
My parents, Sam Squire, Anybody working towards their goals.
- Own a cabin on the water
- Have my own athletic therapy business
- Not needing to work after retirement.
5 Lessons You Have Learned in Life:
- Do what you want to do.
- Don’t be afraid of change.
- Practice and failure are what make you better.
- Be kind to everyone.
- Ask questions.
Favorite Books, Authors:
Don’t quite have a favorite as I still have a lot to read!
“Don’t worry, be happy”.
Photographer: David Ford