Alfred Ball

Alfred Ball Kinesiologist, Fascia Stretch Therapist, Clinical Pilates Instructor in Burnaby and East Vancouver

Practicing Kinesiologist | Certified Fascia Stretch Therapist Level II | Clinical Pilates Instructor

Alfred has been a Practicing Kinesiologist since 1999. People with injuries, disabilities and chronic diseases seek his expertise to regain and lead active lives. His focus is helping people to move with more strength, confidence and ease.

Alfred's passion is helping people move better and with less pain. This enables them to enjoy daily life as well as recreational activities.  

Kinesiologists are human movement specialists. Assessments and sessions include the scientific use of various measurement tools and outcome surveys. Among other things we measure your strength, range of motion, and heart rate.

"I teach with compassion and inclusivity. I challenge you to move in different ways and more, so you can return to activities and go on new adventures."

Alfred completed the STOTT Mat and Reformer Level 1 Pilates certification in 2004. In 2007, he completed the Stretch to Win Fascia Stretch Therapy Level II certification to help people improve their mobility.

He was one of a few Kinesiologists to complete the Diploma in Rehabilitation Management from Simon Fraser University in 2008. This added education enables him to better assist people to return to work after an illness or injury.

Alfred has shares his knowledge on several platforms. He's contributed to the Global News article 8 No-Equipment Exercises You're Probably Doing Wrong by Arti Patel and written for IMPACT Magazine.  

Before the COVID-19 pandemic he spoke at wellness shows, RBC Royal Bank and the Running Room. In 2024, he is looking forward to expanding his outreach on his blog and social media.

In May 2024, he became a member of the concussion care team at CATCH Physio and Wellness in East Vancouver. Alfred is also now teaching, GLA:D a group program for people with osteoarthritis there.

Personal Mission Statement

  • Create scientific knowledge based programs that allows you thrive with greater strength, vitality and energy.
  • Bridge the gap between the fitness and medical communities using open and thorough communication.
  • Empower clients to make lasting lifestyle changes so that they have active lives with fluid movement and vitality.

Recent Continuing Education

  • May 2024        How to Implement an Effective Management Program   
  • May 2023         Pilates Stability Chair Intensive


  • 1999    Bachelor of Human Kinetics | Specialization in Exercise Physiology and Clinical Biomechanics | University of Guelph
  • 2008    Diploma in Rehabilitation and Disability Management

Related Professional Certifications

  • 2004 - Present       Practicing Kinesiologist | British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists
  • 2008                       Certifed Fascia Stretch Therapist - Level II | Stretch To Win Institute 
  • 2004                       Reformer and Mat Level I | STOTT Merrithew Pilates 

Athletic Pursuits and Hobbies

Alfred competed for the BC Biathlon team in his teens and early twentys. After retiring from competition he took up long-distance running and trail running.

He's completed several marathons. A sub-4hr still eludes him. In 2024 one goal of his goals is to able to run 10 km in under 50 minutes. The second one to be fast enough to play tag with his 8-year old son and a group of his friends

When he is not at work, you will find him playing with Lego or at the Lego store, watching movies and Star Wars content,  playing board games and hanging out with his son.