Susan Bock Smith
Susan received her formal training at McGill University where she earned a Bachelor of Education with a Major in Physical Education. She taught Elementary Physical Education prior to raising her family.
Her strong desire to work in a field that benefits individuals as well as their community has led her back to her education roots. She is a certified Fall Prevention Balance & Mobility Specialist and has found her career niche in Seniors’ Balance & Mobility Training which has led to the creation of Surefeet; Training programs that have a strong positive impact upon the lives of Seniors.
Since 2010 she has instructed over 2500 Balance & Mobility classes in North & West Vancouver to over 1900 registrants. She is also a PWR!Moves (Parkinsons’ Disease) Certified Instructor and has recently instructed a 9 month PD specific research study program which is part of a project supported by Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute Innovation and Translational Research Award funded by VGH and UBC Hospital Foundation.
Susan is a Speaker focusing on Seniors Fall Prevention, Balance & Mobility as well as a Workshop Presenter of the Surefeet Effective Balance & Mobility Training for Seniors which is recognized by BCRPA.
Susan’s underlying goal is to reduce the fall risk of Seniors as well as to enhance their well-being, quality of life and ability to live independently.