Anya Nazaroll

MBCAK Kinesiologist

Anya was born and raised in Oliver, British Columbia. She moved to Vancouver Island in 2018 to study at the University of Victoria. In 2023, she completed her Bachelor of Science, majoring in Kinesiology. While at UVic, Anya volunteered as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Vikes’ Varsity Athletes where she refined her exercise prescription skills. Anya was also a support worker at the Garth Homer Society assisting those with disabilities lead a meaningful life, both physically and socially.

Outside of the clinic, Anya enjoys playing soccer, skiing (both in the snow and water!), strength training, and spending time outside. Further, as a new Campbell River resident, she is eager to capitalize on the hiking and exploration opportunities that the area has to offer.

Anya is excited to join Active Living Physio as a Kinesiologist and to continue to promote a healthy, active lifestyle and help others achieve their goals.


  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Honours), with Distinction, University of Victoria (2023)


  • Strength and conditioning coaching for varsity athletes
  • Assisting with and facilitating exercise programs for adult populations with disabilities


  • Competed in the BC Summer Games (soccer) (2013)
  • Played in the BC Soccer Premier League (2013-2018)
  • Awarded the Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Award (2022)
  • Presented research at two neuroscience conferences (NOWCAM, MW) (2022, 2023)
  • UVic Strength and Conditioning Pathway graduate (2023)