Looking out across dark water to a city under a sun set.

Coastal Nights

Gorgeous night on the coast. The moon tonight! We hope everyone had a fabulous weekend. Have a great Monday tomorrow and a fantastic week. 🌔

Runner with taped knees out in the rain and water during a race.

Looking for a physiotherapist to join our team

We’re looking for a dynamic and motivated physiotherapist to join our team. Our clinic offers physiotherapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, IMS, shockwave therapy and custom orthotics. As part of our team you will enjoy a flexible work schedule, guaranteed caseload, and a structured mentorship program.  We’re expanding in the fall, and there will be many opportunities

A masculine person bent over with his forearms on his knees. He is covered in mud and standing on a trail next to green foliage.

Racing, winning, and finishing at XTERRA Victoria 2019

Huge shout out to the many athletes that swam, biked, and ran the XTERRA Victoria. It’s a tough race and very technical. We saw racers give their hearts to this race and it was inspiring to see the grit, skill, passion and friendship on the course. We were there as the presenting sponsor. And we

A masculine person sits on the far left in this animated image slouched over and on his phone. At the far right a feminine person sits rigidly straight with a tiara on her head. They are sitting across from each other at a long dining table. The background is bright yellow.

We really should sit and stand up straight

Sitting is not as good as standing. And standing is not as good as moving. But what about the positioning of our bodies in general? We’re not advocating for posture shaming, but maybe we should listen more when our aunties and family members tell us to sit up straight. Good posture helps our efficiency of

Two people standing with their arms around each other with their opposite arms pumping in the air.

Triathlon of Compassion 2019

Great day everyone! We’re very proud to sponsor this race – The Victoria Sexual Assault Centre does necessary work in our community, and it’s also so cool to see young and adult athletes racing together. Congratulations, Triathlon of Compassion! 

An animated image of a masculine person skateboarding through an office.

Sit less, move more (if you can)

We live in a world where we are constantly asked to sit. What does that mean for our bodies? Everything from our blood, to our nerves, to our skin depend on us to move, and they are there to help us do just that. Sitting, and especially hunching, can even impact our breathing by “giving

A group of athletes in triathlon bodysuits standing and stretch in front of an inflated orange finish line.

Victoria Youth Triathlon 2019

Epic day today at the Victoria Youth Triathlon at UVic. So many hardworking and committed young athletes. Great work!

Kiah running down a paved road, arms pumping at her sides, in a black, red, and white triathlon body suit that reads "Wheeler CAN"

Kiah Wheeler tells us about her love for triathlon

Kiah sat down with us to talk about her passion for triathlon (it’s contagious!), her kinesiology degree, life at the University of Victoria, and racing in Kona last year…

Sophia running along a wooded path in a red and black triathlon suit with a blue Arbutus Physio flag behind her.

Cheers and support at Victoria Ironman

Great job running this race yesterday @sophiachadwick! There is always so much more going on for athletes in their lives and it fills us with joy to know we can cheer and yell and train with and support the athletes in Victoria and on the @humanpoweredracing team and in our lives. Great race everyone!

A female presenting person looks over her left shoulder to smile at the camera. The Gorge waterway and shore are behind her.

Dragon boats on the Gorge

What a beautiful morning of dragon boat racing (super sprints) on the Gorge. Still going too. Great to hear the drumming and cheering and splashing and see the teams paddling so intensely. Very cool community sport.

A young athlete gives a sibling a high five at the Westshore Youth Triathlon.

Our hearts are full seeing all the young athletes race

Our hearts are full seeing all the young athletes race this morning at the Human Powered Racing West Shore Youth Triathlon. Congratulations athletes! And great work supporters. Also very cool to see Karsten Madsen out supporting young athletes and handing out medals and sharing some words of inspiration with us at the end. 

Two women in wet bodysuits stand outside beside a lake laughing and shaking hands. Rob stands in the background to the left in an orange human powered racing tshirt.

Summer races you won’t want to miss

The sun is shining, and we are getting ready to move into the summer! Are you still searching for ways to move and challenge yourself during these summer months? Our friends at Human Powered Racing have an awesome line-up of events…

Brooke Woodley stands in the field at Esquimalt High School on a sunny bright West Coast day.

Brooke Woodley tells us about her journey with CrossFit

Brooke Woodley is a CrossFit athlete who moved to Victoria last year. She trains at Taranis, and is taking Kinesiology at the University of Victoria. How long have you been doing CrossFit? It’s been a year and a half now. What about CrossFit made you decide it was a sport for you? I guess I

Taken underneath the water in an indoor pool. There are four black lane demarkation lines on the white bottom and a lane divider floating at the top. A person is doing front crawl in a swimcap to the left.

A great day

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In the foreground is a rocky, seaweed covered beach. Past the beach is the ocean with two human silhouttes in the water to the right. They appear to each have a board. The sun is low in the sky to the left.

Taking a break at Clover Point

Everyone needs a break. What a great time to be on the water. River otters out and about too. Love that we share these spaces. So grateful to be here on the Salish sea. Happy Friday everyone.

Scott Holden, physiotherapist, in the forest, and out for a hike.

Catching up with Scott Holden, physiotherapist and sport enthusiast

We sat down with Scott Holden recently to talk about sports, being a physiotherapist, and exploring Vancouver Island. You moved here last year, is that right? Yeah, my fiance and I were in Halifax, and we just decided that we wanted to switch it up and see what the other side of the country had

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