Performance therapy is a proactive approach to help improve overall strength and health to promote injury prevention and longevity of their bodies.

  • Form Assessment

What is Performance Therapy?

Performance therapy is a combination of movement assessments, strength training and corrective exercises to restore, optimize and enhance one’s performance.

You will work closely along with a health care practitioner who has a strong background in strength training to help you reach your fitness and rehabilitative goals. Performance therapy can also help you recover from an ailment or any physical condition that may hinder your day to day activities.

The overall aim is to reduce risk of injury, enhance function and performance, facilitate recovery and improve your general fitness and well-being. Performance therapy is for anyone that wants to maximize their physical potential and rehab any pains and/or injuries.

Benefits of Performance Therapy

Improving your overall strength and endurance: a combination of strength and conditioning will help strengthen the muscles and other connective tissue that will help enhance your overall performance/recovery as well as decreasing your overall risk of injury.

Improving your mobility and flexibility: mobility is your body’s ability to move within a certain range of motion. A lack of mobility will cause different areas of the body to compensate and work harder than it needs to. By improving your mobility, it will allow you to freely move without pain and/or any limitations.

Injury prevention and longevity: performance therapy sessions will help target different elements of fitness such as your strength, power, balance, agility, stability as well as your cardiovascular system to ultimately help you become the strongest version of yourself.

  • Olympic Weightlifting
  • Form Assessment

How Does Performance Therapy Work?

Personalized form assessment: a personalized form assessment will be conducted during your first session to find any limitations and/or restrictions that may be holding you back. This can vary from assessing your deadlift under load to simply evaluating your joint’s mobility by analyzing your squat form and technique.

Strength and conditioning: a series of different strength and conditioning exercises will be performed to help build your strength/performance and improve your exercise proficiency. Expect a combination of different intensity and volume repetition schemes to help you further excel and challenge the different energy systems.

Corrective exercises and mobility drills: a series of different exercises and drills will also be included to help promote your recovery and minimize any body pains and aches. Stretching and mobilizing will help keep your body flexible and mobile to promote joint health and function and prepare you for your next workout.

Who is Performance Therapy for?

Performance therapy is for anybody wanting to improve their overall strength and may be experiencing any physical ailments and/or dysfunction that are limiting them from performing an activity properly and pain free.

Whether it is correcting your movement patterns in a particular exercise (hip shifting in a squat, etc) or simply building more strength and endurance for injury prevention, performance therapy is for anybody that wants to promote longevity in their sport or improve their quality of life.

You do not need to be injured or an athlete to benefit from Performance Therapy.

Let us help you reach your goals and unlock your full potential!

  • Strength & Conditioning



1️⃣  Enhance overall athletic performance
2️⃣  Build more strength and confidence
3️⃣  Injury prevention and longevity
4️⃣  Increase mobility and flexibility
5️⃣  Improve your posture and biomechanics
6️⃣  Rehabilitate from any pains and injuries



// Our Specialties

Olympic Weightlifters

Taylor Findlay

Olympic Weightlifting heavily relies on power, mobility and stability. Form assessments and different therapeutic techniques are used to help free up hypertonic muscles and promote proper technique to excel in the sport.


Dylan Wong

The sport of Powerlifting requires a tremendous amount of strength and stability. We help powerlifters with proper technique and form to promote longevity in the sport along with rehabilitating chronic injuries with therapy and exercise prescription

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu requires an enormous amount of flexibility, mobility and most importantly, stability. We help our clients improve these elements to prevent injuries while training and increase longevity in the sport through strength and conditioning and therapy


I’ve been seeing James for a couple months now and I haven’t been disappointed once. I injured my lower back during deadlifts a few months ago and with manual therapy and some prescribed exercises, the nagging pain I experienced went away. He also continues to check up on my progress to ensure that training is going smoothly!

I was having difficulty with the butt wink on the bottom of a squat, which caused pain in my lower back after squatting. After James had worked on my hamstrings and calves, I noticed an immediate difference in terms of my posture and had completely fixed my butt wink in the bottom of a squat.

As I increased my intensity and volume during my workouts, I started noticing my posture and muscles tightening up throughout my entire body. Deep tissue massage along with corrective exercises has really helped with my muscle tightness and target those deep knots that I couldn’t touch on my back with a foam roller and lacrosse ball.

Our facility is located conveniently in Scarborough (McCowan and Highway 401) and easily accessible from Toronto, Markham, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, Pickering, Mississauga and Brampton


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