Athlete Coach & Athletic Director

Basic Information

DOB: March 25/95 

Hometown: Calgary, AB

Favorite Sport: Hockey/Golf

Favorite Team: Los Angeles Kings

Favorite Exercise: Sleds

Favorite Type of Music: Rock & Roll Forever

Favorite Movie/TV Show: The Office

Guilty Obsession: BIG Paramore Fan




- First-Aid Training

- CPR/AED Training

- NCCP Sports Coach Certification

- Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach (National Strength & Conditioning Association)

- Professional Kinesiologist (Alberta Kinesiology Association)

- Bachelor Degree in Physical Literacy - Kinesiology (Mount Royal University)

Sporting History


I grew up playing basketball, football, badminton, and golf before specializing in hockey. I played my formative years for the Buffaloes Hockey Association from bantam to midget; during that time I was drafted to the WHL. I played (briefly) for the Kootenay Ice and Vancouver Giants (WHL) before suffering multiple knee injuries. I finished my competitive hockey career playing with the Okotoks Oilers (AJHL). I currently play men's league hockey here in Calgary and enjoy expanding my physical activity to outdoor challenges like rock climbing, surfing, and hiking. 




I became very interested in human performance, biomechanics, and injury prevention after ending my competitive career due to his injuries. I gained an interest in optimizing the way the body moves through questioning how I continuously got injured. I wanted to make sure I could help elite athletes avoid the injury struggles I went through. I gained general local training certifications and began working in sports performance in Calgary when I was 18. My passion for elite performance, physical literacy, and sports development pushed me to pursue a bachelor degree in Health and Physical Education with a focus in Physical Literacy from Mount Royal University. From there, I acquired my Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach (RSCC) designation from the NSCA, as well as my Professional Kinesiologist designation from the Alberta Kinesiology Association. 


Training Philosophies


~ Everyone in the world has developed differently in movement patterns, anatomy, and mentality. The best thing for an individual's success is NOT a general plan; it's autonomy in the process and collective understanding between mentor and athlete. 

~ If you're going to be there, you might as well give it 100% effort and focus. If you can't commit to a full effort, it may not be worth your time.

Elite Athlete Qualities


~ Commitment/Consistency

~ Excellence in Effort





Khaos has great coaches who always keeps kids engaged. My daughter loved the variances in workouts and never found them boring. For the first time, she felt success and improvement in her strength and conditioning!

- Laurie, W (Ringette Parent - yr 2)


Best off-season I’ve ever had. I was actually excited to come in and train unlike previous off-seasons, I would hate going in because of the environment. Khaos welcomes everyone, and from day one you start to see improvements in the way you use your body, and how to better yourself. 

- Carter, B (Hockey Athlete - yr 3)

Thank you for making me a better athlete. Training fully transitioned onto the ice and I feel confident going into my hockey season and more confident in myself and my abilities. 

- Scott, K (Hockey Athlete - yr 2)


Khaos has the best coaches my boys have ever worked with. More than that they are mentors for hockey, training, recovery, and all things along their hockey career. I highly recommend Khaos! 

- Krista, S (Hockey Parent - yr 3)