Richmond Kinesiologists

Our Richmond Kinesiologists and Physiotherapists love what they do. Together, we’ve crafted the reputable Kin Lab name from our dedication to you and your recovery.  Talk to an experienced Richmond Kinesiologist today:


Dan Dayrit

B.Kin, ACE

Dan is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and has been working in the Health and Fitness industry since 2017. During his time at UBC, Dan volunteered as a Physiotherapy Assistant and Gym Lead in various VCH locations including Banfield Pavilion, GF Strong, and ICORD. These experiences and his time as a personal trainer have allowed him to be exposed to various injuries, conditions, and fitness levels.

As his primary method of rehabilitation, Dan utilizes corrective exercise and functional movement to help his patients recover from their injuries.

Outside of work, you can find Dan either gymming, running, hiking, listening to podcasts, or coding!


Jerry He

B.Sc Kin

Jerry received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University (SFU). Prior to Kin Lab, Jerry gained valuable experience working and volunteering in different rehabilitation settings in the Burnaby and Coquitlam area. Being a university-level athlete and having worked in various clinics, Jerry understands the trials and tribulations of sustaining injuries on the field, at work, or during daily activities. He believes that with proper guidance, and exercise education and planning he can help his clients achieve their respective goals. During his past experiences, Jerry developed a specialization in motor vehicle-related accidents. He works with his clients, and any third-party members to ensure proper treatment planning to accelerate their return to work and daily activities. Outside of work, Jerry enjoys an active lifestyle. His main hobbies include weightlifting, sprint training, volleyball, and photography. He believes in the importance of creating a balanced lifestyle to ensure physical and mental wellbeing.
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Michelle Cheung


Michelle graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a concentration in Active Health and Rehabilitation. Michelle has experience working for multiple clinics as a Kinesiologist and administrative assistant. She has worked with a diverse population leading exercise programs for ICBC motor vehicle accident clients, athletes, children, and seniors.

Growing up as a gymnast, she quickly discovered the importance of exercise in injury rehabilitation and prevention. From her various injuries, she understands how difficult it can be when you are injured. She enjoys helping others recover from injuries by providing an individualized and effective exercise program. She provides education and tools to aid clients in recovery.

In her free time, you can find Michelle cheerleading, hiking, snowboarding, or completing various crafts at home. She can speak conversational Cantonese.


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