Moving Through Life, Performing Through Sport

We are a multidisciplinary health and fitness facility located in Kingston, Ontario. We offer services in physiotherapy, massage therapy, fitness training and nutrition. Our philosophies help our clients realize their ultimate health and strength and conditioning goals through an individualized, evidence-informed approach. Drawing from the fields of biomechanics, exercise physiology and rehabilitation therapy, each client is taken through an extensive biomechanical and metabolic assessment, identifying movement pattern dysfunctions, muscle imbalances, and cardiovascular capacity. This information is used to establish a safe, effective and efficient exercise program to meet all health and fitness goals.

Fitness Training

Our integrated care creates a seamless transition along the medical-performance continuum, leading to an enhanced physical and health performance.


The rehabilitation department at Movement Performance Centre offers Physiotherapy services for acute and chronic orthopaedic injuries.

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy can be used to help a wide variety of patients in the treatment of illness, injury rehabilitation, disability, and more.


We offer a variety of nutrition services aimed at helping clients set goals that are realistic and focused on indicators of health.

Recent Blog Posts

Is It Just a Scar?

Over the course of our lives many of us will encounter injuries, cuts and bruises. This is a natural expectation as we go through life. However, for others we may be left with marks that stay with us forever. These marks may come in the form of a scar....

Arthritis – Is this the end?

“I have back pain/symptoms because of my arthritis or degenerative disc disease…”  is a common statement I have heard over the past few years as a physiotherapist.While there is some truth to the statement, does it give us the full picture? For many, it is...

Calf Tightness

Today we want to cover a common muscle pattern that is found in running sports, people who wear tight shoes or high heels, or have foot discomfort. As a consequence of the above, commonly the calf muscles begin to tighten, and the front shin and foot...