Personal Fitness

"Physical fitness is generally achieved through correct nutrition, exercise and rest."

The fusion of Fitness and Rehab, the Activ8 program is an innovative and scientific approach to fitness, body fat reduction, and hypertrophy (increasing muscle mass) while simultaneously addressing ailments, injuries, and/or postural issues that you may be experiencing.

Our program is designed and tailored to address each individual's needs in an environment that is private, discrete, and highly motivating. Exercise protocol is facilitated by Kinesiologist and exercise/rehab specialists Timoteo Battaglia and Ryan Langille, who provides an upbeat, motivational workout while ensuring your safety and wellbeing.

The outcome is decreased body fat, increased muscle tone, increased core/abdominal strength, improved flexibility, strengthened immune system, improved self esteem, and an over-all increase in sense of wellness.

The Activ8 philosophy is one that ensures a fitness experience like no other. It is one that is non-intrusive, ultimately resulting in increased compliance and the achievement of optimal results.

Physical, mental, emotional and social health can all be achieved through a well balanced program.

  • One on one sessions for full privacy, attention and focus on minor details
  • Small group exercise for a more open motivating and fun environment
  • Exercise classes to target the body on a more global scale
  • Nutrition consultations and educational sessions to stay on track with all of your health and wellness goals
  • Create a healthy lifestyle to fit any individuals’ specific needs


  • Recognize movement patterns that support work, sports and daily activities.
  • Understand the true relationship that movement patterns play in our health and fitness goals.
  • Identify principles to support the importance of movement screening.
  • Explain the role of mobility, motor control, and functional patterns in fundamental movement.
  • Demonstrate the use of the Functional Movement Screen instructions and procedures.


  • Accurately describe the importance of identifying dysfunctional movement patterns.
  • Understand the importance of pain provocation during the examination process and list two ways in which pain alters motor control.
  • Understand the logic of the SFMA to determine if the dysfunction is a mobility based dysfunction or stability and/or motor control dysfunction.
  • Independently analyze the information gained from the SFMA base screen and breakouts on a model patient to correctly identify the key impairments in order to establish a diagnosis.
  • Link the assessment information to the initial therapeutic strategy and initiate the most appropriate treatment interventions (manual therapy and functional exercise) into the traditional rehabilitation program to normalize dysfunctional movement.