Occupational Therapy Calls on Leah Grossmith | Lifemoves

Occupational Therapy Calls on Leah Grossmith

Last Updated on October 10, 2015 by Alfred Ball

August 2011 – It is with both sadness, happiness and gratitude that we announce that Leah Grossmith will be attending Occupational Therapy school in Alberta. She has been a valuable part of the Lifemoves team for over a year.

In that time she as helped numerous clients achieve a greater quality of life, reach their health and fitness goals, return to work and recover from their injuries. Leah was a big part of organizing our events including 2010 Kinesiology Week and its spin-to-win educational wheel and the June 4th Spin for a Cure which raised over $1600 towards the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer. She has also written for our blogs and contributed to the publication of our newsletter – “Get Moving.” In April she obtained a new skill, Fascial Stretch Therapy which transformed her practice and gave her more confidence.

We would like to thank all those clients who have worked with for her their continued business and for referring their friends and family to her. We encourage you to try a session with Tara Wilson who will be taking over for her during the mornings on Tuesdays and Thursdays or Sara Weller on Tuesday and Thursdays afternoon/evenings.

I would like to thank Leah for all that she has done to help grow Lifemoves to what it is today. She will be missed. We wish her success in her new program and career.

Alfred Ball
President | Founder
Life Moves Health and Fitness Inc.

Alfred Ball

Practicing Kinesiologist | Certified Fascia Stretch Therapist | Clinical Pilates Instructor. Alfred has been a Kinesiologist since 1999. He started Lifemoves in 2007 to provide exercise therapy and fitness programs for people with injuries, chronic diseases and disabilities. His focus as a Kinesiologist is to empower and to guide people to learn to move with more strength, confidence and ease. He is an avid Lego and Star Wars fan. His other hobbires include writing, playing board games and being active outdoors.

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