Daehan is a kinesiologist at the Copeman Healthcare Centre in Vancouver.
Daehan completed his Masters degree in Kinesiology from the University of Saskatchewan after receiving his Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Arizona State University. He is a Practicing Member under the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists, a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and a Certified Postural Neurologist through American Posture Institute. His experience in fitness coaching, athletic training, injury rehabilitation, and research in biomechanics and motor control has led him to realize that our movement both consciously and subconsciously reflects who we are.
Daehan helps individuals at all physical levels (from people with various chronic diseases and illnesses to the elite athletes) explore and adapt the movement behavior that is ideal for their unique goals and needs. Then he helps them continuously expand their movement capabilities through an individualized and systemized training program. This requires him to continuously learn and carefully apply evolving knowledge. For this reason, he has upheld his continuing education in his self-development as a practitioner and has conducted various research on human biomechanics and motor control. He has published his research on neuromuscular control and injury prevention, and presented the research at various scientific conferences. Daehan has an ongoing passion to help people with persistent pain move better and feel better. He is currently an official research collaborator for Simon Fraser University Pain Studies group.
Daehan also loves to play various sports activities and train himself for different martial arts. He enjoys playing tennis and golf. He also likes strength training and weight lifting, and kettle bell training.