Bryce Jackson has practiced in Pietermaritzburg since 2009 as part of Nicola Portela’s practice (Practice Number: 0231797) out of the following gyms: Virgin Active Cascades, The Quarry Health and Fitness Club. He studied at the University of Pretoria qualifying in 2007 and completed his honours in biokinetics at University of Zululand in 2009. He is passionate about fitness and rehabilitation.

Biokinetics primary function is to improve physical functioning and health care through exercise as modality. Biokinetics is the profession concerned with health promotion, the maintenance of physical abilities and final phase rehabilitation, by means of scientifically-based physical activity programme prescription

A Biokineticist is a clinical exercise specialist who:

  • Functions within professional alliance to health and medicine, and is recognised by and registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
  • Improves a person’s physical wellbeing and quality of life through individualised scientific assessment and the prescription of exercise in rehabilitative treatment to prevent or intervene with certain ailments and the enhancement of performance (sport and work).
  • Evaluates & Measures: body posture, body composition, blood pressure, glucose levels, lung function, heart rate, fitness, muscle strength, endurance, power, flexibility and other health screenings.
  • Is a health professional who through health promotion and wellness create a better quality of life for people they work with

From the Biokinetics Association of South Africa

“I have been under Bryce’s care for a number of years and he is amazing! He has improved my overall health as well as rehabilitating a number of my injuries. He is both friendly and professional, his advice is invaluable and I highly recommend both biokinetics and Bryce.”

Kelly Hodgkins

“I had a frozen shoulder with limited mobility, really don’t know why. I find physio painful and stressful. By contrast I enjoyed working with Bryce. He worked with me, was very patient but firm and the exercises I did with him mean it’s now strong again.”

Karren Hodgkins