Evan Carey

A picture of Evan Carey with Continuum Centre

Evan Carey


Born and raised in Victoria, Evan has always been a lifelong athlete. While growing up he played numerous sports such as rugby, baseball, cross country, track and field (decathlon), and most notably cycling. Evan continued cycling after high school and was a member of the Canadian national men’s sprint team where he competed internationally and won a gold medal at the 2015 Toronto Pan American Games in the Team Sprint event.

In academics, Evan graduated in 2020 from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Science with honours in kinesiology. His honours focus was in the field of neuroscience, specifically using EEG to screen for signs of a traumatic brain injury, or more commonly, a concussion. He is currently a practicing member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists and a researching member of the Theoretical and Applied Neuroscience Laboratory at the University of Victoria.

Evan continually strives to unite his background as a high-performance athlete and his academic pursuits to further inform how he works with clients. His time spent working with many different coaches and practitioners over the years has been a positive influence on his professional aspirations.

In his free time, Evan enjoys what Vancouver Island has to offer whether it be backcountry skiing, mountain biking, kitesurfing, hiking, or sailing. Legend also has it that he enjoys cooking, though the rumours have not been substantiated.

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