Sabrina Ribau

Sabrina Ribau


About Me


I support physical & mental wellbeing in everyday life!

I encourage movement and mindful lifestyle changes for health promotion, prevention, treatment, and performance. By taking a more client-centred approach to physical activity and exercise prescription, I work with clients to create safe and sustainable exercise programs that are designed for their life's needs. Whether they'd like to be able to go for long walks with loved ones, win a national championship, or improve their mental health, I have worked with clients with a variety of backgrounds and fitness levels.

I have experience as a support coordinator for youth who have mental health and substance use problems, in disability case management supporting Veterans through the disability claims process, and most recently as a program manager for an organization that supports people impacted by skin, hair and nail conditions, where I manage the development of educational health resources and research reports.
As a kinesiologist, I have worked with individuals who are applying for the Canadian Armed Forces, high-performance athletes, retired service members, people looking to improve their mental health, and people just looking to make their everyday life more comfortable: being able to walk to the mailbox or go up and down stairs for laundry without getting winded, or enjoy local trails with loved ones in the summer.

I have a particular interest in mental health support and supporting Veterans (both active service and retired), as well as supporting people in improving the comfort and ease of living their day-to-day lives (functional movements, activities of daily living).

Online consultations and training programs are available to anyone in Canada. In-person/in-home services are available for those in Frankford, Belleville, Trenton, Quinte West, Carrying Place, Brighton, and Stirling.


University of Toronto
Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin), Kinesiology


Registered Kinesiologist
College of Kinesiologists of Ontario
Accredited Kinesiologist
Fédération des kinésiologues du Québec
Mental Health First Aid - Veteran Community

Continuing Education

Profile updated on: August 2, 2022


  • Kinesiologist


Area of Focus

Referral Sources

Regulatory Bodies / Professional Associations


  • English
  • French

Client / Patient Age Range

  • Adults (18-64)
  • Youth (2-18)


  • Assessment (General/Major)
  • Assessment (Musculoskeletal)
  • Case Management
  • Case/program Management
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Competition Preparation
  • Disability Management
  • Exercise Prescription
  • Exercise Training
  • Fitness Conditioning for Weight Loss, Cardiovascular Training & Muscular Development
  • General Physical Health
  • Health Promotion and Wellness
  • Improve Mental Health & Addiction Recovery
  • Kinesiology Mentor
  • Performance Training
  • Personal Training
  • Program Planning/Development
  • Self-Management Strategies
  • Stress Management (e.g., Job Related, Family, Exams Pressure)

Type of Injuries