In 2017, Nick graduated from Niagara College with honours in the Fitness and Health Promotion program. Nick then went on to complete his testing in order to be certified through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology as a Personal Trainer.
Nick returned to school at the National Academy of Osteopathy in 2021 and graduated with a Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice in 2022. He also gained certification in myofascial decompression, also known as cupping, in 2023.
Nick currently has over 5 years of experience in the field and has worked with a variety of client bases but specializes in educating his clients in order to optimize functional movement patterns through increasing strength, balance, and body awareness while focusing on the neuromuscular connection between the brain and body.
Nick prefers to focus on education and long term results with his clients over day to day intensity in his training sessions. Nick’s focus is to ensure all of his clients, no matter the goal, will be able to maintain their results long term.
Nick’s experience as a coach has heavily helped and inspired the way he treats clients through his osteopathic services. Nick focuses on addressing the root of the issue by providing a variety of techniques (including but not limited to soft tissue techniques and joint mobilization techniques) in order to reduce pain and regularly prescribes exercise prescriptions for the client to work on in order to see lasting results.
When Nick is not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife Nicole, and his two pets Minoo & Thorin. Nick also has an array of hobbies that include watching sports (mainly basketball and football) watching fantasy/superhero/anime shows and movies, playing video games, playing volleyball, playing guitar, reading comics, and much more!