Kinesiology Therapy

Spring Newsletter


Kinesiology has a fundamental premise that the human body has an innate healing energy and is doing its best to care for itself at all times, but it needs time to be helped better position to achieve this care.

Regardless of whether you have taken the time, there’s always a way to get the help you need. The time is now, and asking for help can be easy.

Coral-Lei Jane is a practicing member at BC Association of Kinesiology. She is accepting clients at her home studio.


If there’s an issue or problem that you’ve been dealing with for a while, the number of sessions will depend on your ability to stay consistent. People seem to notice a huge shift in the first session and the follow-up sessions help to consolidate the work.  

Coral-Lei’s goal for you is to maintain a healthy, balanced body with only requiring treatments every once in a while. This is called maintenance… Maintaining your healthy body is truly up to you.

Find Your Posture

Are you aware of your body’s strengths and weaknesses?

We all them, yet to understand why they are there and how to transform them takes practice and consistency.

As we tend toward misalignments, the body can suffer with aches and pains.

What we do next matters.

Wait no more! Call Today.

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Kinesiology is an academic discipline that involves the study of physical activity and its
impact on health, society, and quality of life (UBC Kinesiology Program).


Kinesiology has been broadly defined by the BC Association of Kinesiology as the scientific study of human movement, performance, and function, and applies the sciences of anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and motor learning (neuroscience). Kinesiologists utilize science-based approaches, research, and assessment to aid in the enhancement of human performance and to assist in the prevention or rehabilitation of injury and other physiological conditions.




Customers attending Posture Clinics must fill out the Health Information Assessment Form and Kinesiology Consent Form prior to attending. 

Please complete both fillable PDF forms and email to [email protected] or bring them for you next appointment.


Informed consent is the process by which a treating kinesiologist discloses appropriate information to a competent person, so the person may make a voluntary choice to accept or refuse treatment and disclose or share information related to treatment. Informed consent is an ongoing process and not something that is simply agreed to prior to assessment or treatment.

Kinesiologists who make recommendations or decisions regarding a specific person’s wellbeing, whether providing medical or non-medical based exercise prescription, disability management, workspace ergonomics, return to work planning, medical bracing/biomechanical supports, research, etc., must obtain Informed Consent prior to affecting the persons’ wellbeing.


Your head should be above your shoulders, and the top of your shoulder should be over the hips. In an ideal posture, the line of gravity should pass through specific points of the body. This can simply be observed or evaluated using a plumb line to assess the midline of the body.


If a minor and their guardian decline assessment or treatment which is deemed necessary by at least 2 medical doctors the case should be referred to the BC Ministry of Children and Family Services.

If an adult who has capacity declines care after the benefits and risks have been appropriately explained and the benefits far outweigh the risks, you must respect the decision.

If an adult is incapacitated and unable to provide informed consent but demands treatment, you must decline until the individual has the capacity to make informed decisions.