Kinesiology Services Moves from Steve Nash | Lifemoves

Kinesiology Services Moves Out of Steve Nash Fitness World

Updated July 2012. Lifemoves moved to Harbourside Landing

Update 09/17/2015. Lifemoves is now located down the street from here at  201-130 Pemberton Avenue.

After starting my business as a strategic partnership with Fitness World, Steve Nash Clubs and I have decided it is time to move. Lifemoves Health and Rehabilitation’s flagship location in North Vancouver is moving to 1350 Pemberton Avenue. This new space is an independent training studio with plenty of training room which includes an upstairs cardio area as well as smaller private hardwood and windowed studio space with an infrared sauna.

There are fully accessible shower facilities, lockers, cubby holes and micro-filtered water-taps for your use.

Clients who have lived on the North Shore for awhile might know it as KO Fitness, however it has been under new management for the last four months. It was recently renovated and is well kept by all the independent businesses that train out of there.

We have been gradually transitioning clients to this new space since the beginning of January and we will be completely moved out of Steve Nash Fitness World by February 29th.  Current clients have had very positive things to say about this space.

Anyone with sessions that were prepaid at Fitness World will still be able to use them at this new location. Our contact information which includes our website, email addresses and phone numbers will remain the same.


  • Fascial Stretch Therapy
  • Medical Fitness Training
  • Active Rehabilitation
  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Rehabilitative Pilates is something that we do want to add to this location, however we do not have access to a reformer at this time.


Alfred Ball

CEO | Practicing Kinesiologist | Certified Fascial Stretch Therapist. He founded Lifemoves in 2007. He has been a Practicing Kinesiologist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach with the NSCA for over 15 years. When he isn't helping people regain their strength and confidence to move with ease he is hanging out with his wife and young son, writing, or training for his next endurance running race. His big audacious goal is to qualify for the Boston Marathon.

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