Our Strength & Conditioning Coaches

Jon Reid is a former Junior & University Hockey player who went on to complete a Bachelor of Physical Education, along with a Master’s in Exercise Muscle Physiology at Memorial University. With over 20 years of training experience both as a player and coach.

Shawn is a Kinesiologist who believes that everyone has the potential to be an athlete, regardless of age or previous athletic background. Shawn strives to help each athlete understand their performance goals and reach their maximum athletic potential.

Throughout his life, Shawn has participated in a wide variety of sports. He currently trains as a strength athlete with a personal goal to reach his own movement potential.

In 2019, Shawn received his Master’s of Kinesiology Degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Shawn also has prior experience working in high-performance and rehabilitative settings, and has gained extensive knowledge from working in these fields.

Shawn is a life-long student, and uses his personal experiences and previous education to motivate and educate his athletes, while pushing them to accomplish their overall performance goals.

Our Dietitian

Jennifer Roberts is a registered dietitian specializing in disease prevention/management, weight loss, rehabilitation, and sports and exercise performance. Jennifer completed her undergraduate degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland (2006), and her Master’s Degree at University of Guelph in Ontario (2010). Her services range from one-on-one consults, group packages and workshops. Jennifer is a member of Newfoundland and Labrador College of Dietitians. Jennifer is proud to be working with the multidisciplinary team at APSolute Performance & Wellness. Through this collaboration, she has developed weight loss programs and has reached a number of athletes to help them understand the importance of good nutrition. Jennifer is very passionate about sports, health, and wellness, which is why she is completed specialized training in area of sports nutrition. Jennifer believes that for an athlete to be their best, they first need to provide their body with the optimal fuel!

Our Massage Therapist

Madison Hallingham graduated from Academy Canada’s Registered Massage Therapy program in February 2022, and is a member in good standing with the NLMTA and CMTNL.

After 2 years in emergency medical care, Madison decided to take a step back from the hustle too take a step into a more relaxing/rewarding way to help people. With consideration for the needs of all clients, Madison takes pride in providing thorough assessment, effective treatment and adaptive touch.

Madison also encourages good communication throughout the massage to create a safe and effective treatment, as well he empowers his patients with education and promotes a positive lifestyle.

He enjoys spending time with his family/friends and 3 dogs, He plays football, hockey, softball, and volleyball enjoys his time outdoors and camping.

Madison looks forward to do HIS best to help you feel YOUR best

Our Physiotherapists

Cillian graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from Memorial University in 2013 and with Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from University of College Dublin (UCD) in 2015. Since graduating he has gained work experience working with well-respected physiotherapists in a variety of private practice and sport settings in both Ireland and Canada.
Continuous CPD Courses
Running Clinic- injury prevention in runners
McKenzie Method Part A – Lumbar Spine
McKenzie Method Part B- Neck & Thoracic Spine
Robert Donatelli – Shoulder Course
DBC Method – Part 1 & Part 2
Acupuncture Canada – Dry Needling Level 1 Course
Dry Needling & Acupuncture – MISCP
Current Sports Physio-
Atlantic Selects Rugby Team (22)
ROCK Senior Men’s Rugby Team(19-22)
ROCK Rugby U15, U17, U20, U23 (15-22)
Rogue Basketball Team (21-22)
Cillian’s work experience has varied from overseeing sports performance, injury management and pitch-side care for elite university athletes in rugby, soccer, rowing, gaelic football and hurling to name a few while in Ireland. He has worked with Olympic & European Championship level track athletes. Since moving back to Canada in 2019, he has been fortunate to work extensively with upcoming athletes, D1, pro athletes and everyday hardworking people.
Growing up Cillian was a junior U18 national level tennis player in Canada. He remains in the sport now as a coach. Cillian enjoys playing rugby for Swilers, trail-running, resistance training and golfing.