Nathan completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology with a minor in psychology in 2019 at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Despite being a recent graduate, Nathan has vast amounts of experience in the field of strength and conditioning, active rehabilitation and general health & fitness ranging from professional athletes to the clinical population.
Highlighting his work experience, Nathan has instructed seniors through healthy aging and injury rehabilitation. During his undergraduate degree, Nathan had worked with professional athletes from the Vancouver Whitecaps as a medical intern. In addition, he worked as a student strength & conditioning coach for UBC Varsity Athletics, where he was involved in the coaching of over 600 varsity athletes across 25 teams.
Nathan enjoys working with individuals from all age ranges, with different rehabilitation or fitness goals. Nathan is trilingual in English, Cantonese and Mandarin and his passion lies behind improving and aiding in the well-being of others. Nathan also understands the importance of mental health and well-being and its role in active rehabilitation and exercise. He understands that mental well-being can play a significant factor in an individual’s rehabilitation progress. He also believes the importance of patient education to facilitate rehabilitation progress in and out of the clinic.
In his spare time, Nathan not only enjoys spending quality time with the people that are dear to him, but he is also a competitive powerlifter that likes to play the guitar once every so often. Nathan is also an avid soccer fan that follows all European leagues.