Foam Rolling & Myofascial Release TECHNIQUE
Join Breathe Trainer & Trigger Point Master Trainer, Nicole Lark, to 'roll out' your tight muscles, improve your range-of-motion, and improve your performance.
Releasing any adhesions, or sticky points, in the architectural framework (i.e. the fascia) encapsulating your muscles will:
Improve your range-of-motion & mobility
Speed up your recovery time after exercise
Release tight muscles and relieve soreness
Foam Rolling Explained
NICOLE LARK, BHK, PTS
Owner, Personal TRAINER, COach
ViPr Global ambassador
Trigger point Master Trainer
Nicole believes being in control of your health and wellness is a lifelong pursuit. Through teaching others that active living is a habit, a mindset, and a particular way of life, Nicole shares her enthusiasm for fitness by educating and encouraging her clients on their journey toward optimizing their fitness goals and athletic endeavours.
Born and raised in North Vancouver, she attended Capilano University earning a diploma in Health & Fitness before completing her Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics at the University of British Columbia (2008). Nicole grew up participating in multiple sports, but her true passion lies with Ringette, where she has competed at 10 national championships.
Coaching in the fitness industry for over 10 years as a strength and conditioning coach, personal trainer, educator, and mentor to aspiring coaches and personal trainers, Nicole has acquired an extensive skill set at both a theoretical and practical level to help anyone needing guidance, education, or motivation to feel empowered to reach their personal health or athletic goals.
Nicole continues to inspire people to make manageable changes - starting right now - to make daily physical activity an integral part of their everyday lives.