Alice Fischer-Albert, BSc. Kin 

Alice was born and raised in Quebec City and completed her kinesiology degree from Université Du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Alice, her husband and their dog, Maya, moved to BC in 2016 where they lived in Nelson for four years before settling down in Summerland. Alice grew up as a figure skating athlete, she coached the sport professionally for 10 years before retiring and switching to judging the sport. She now volunteers as a Skate Canada judge in the Okanagan and aspires to become an international judge. She also enjoys cross-country skiing, hiking, running, yoga and functional training. She has a special interest in working with children and is truly passionate about rehabilitation sciences. 


Qualifications & Memberships 
Bachelor of Science – Kinesiology – Université Du Québec à Trois-Rivières 
Practicing Member of BC Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) 

Areas of Practice 
Work Hardening and Work Conditioning Programming 
Gym-Based Exercise Programs 
Post-Concussion Exercise Programs 
Lifeskills & Return to Homemaking Programs 
Walking programs

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