Kayla graduated from the University of Guelph in 2013, earning an Honors Bachelor of Applied Science specializing in Kinesiology, while simultaneously earning a Diploma in Health and Fitness Promotion from Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning. After completing her undergraduate degree she began working at a multidisciplinary clinic. Shortly after completing her undergraduate degree she began working as a professional in a multidisciplinary rehabilitation clinic. Seeing the overwhelmingly positive impact that this type of environment had for patients was encouraging and prompted her to pursue her personal training certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She continued her education simultaneously earning a Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Practice from the National Academy of Osteopathy (2017) and a Diploma of Massage Therapy from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (2018). She is an active member of the Canadian College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and is in good standing.
Kayla is a current student of the Contemporary Acupuncture Certificate Program with McMaster University (2019) and will be continuing her education with the Advanced Neurofunctional Sports Performance Program (2020).
In her youth, Kayla was a very accomplished athlete earning a number of athletic awards as well as awards for Leadership in Sport, because of this, she has a particular interest in working with athletes. In her spare time, Kayla leads a very healthy and active lifestyle, and understands the importance of having a well balanced and nutritious diet. She enjoys practicing yoga regularly and has recently begun pursuing her 200 hour teacher training certification.