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About Club Z

Helping boomers stay active & agile with our supportive, physio-led online community.

We can’t wait to work with you!

Club Z is a physio-led online community designed to help boomers keep their zoom. Launched in 2020 by the team at Zoomers Physiotherapy in Halifax, Nova Scotia, to help clients stay active during the pandemic, Club Z has since grown to become a recognized leader in physio-led online training. With clients across North America and a team of physiotherapists skilled in training adults 55+, Club Z is a supportive community focused on helping you improve your strength, balance, and mobility so you can keep doing the things you love. From pickleball to pole walking you’ll feel stronger, healthier, and more confident. Join the club now and see the difference for yourself.

Meet Our Team

Our instructors are all certified physiotherapists highly skilled in training adults 55+. With real-time instruction, we’ll make sure you’re always moving properly and having fun!

Owner & Physiotherapist

Laura Lundquist

MScPT, FCAMPT Registered International Sports Physical Therapist Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy

Laura’s passion is helping people return to or maintain function despite an injury or illness. Her experience in sport physiotherapy and private practice orthopedics has given her a unique perspective and ability to help people achieve these goals. She has a particular interest in helping people maintain a healthy level of physical activity despite normal age-related changes that happen to us all… this was how the idea for Zoomers Physiotherapy and Health Solutions was born!

Laura graduated from Mount Allison University in 2001 and from McMaster University School of Physiotherapy in 2003. She has since completed post-graduate courses in manual and manipulative therapy, acupuncture and sport physiotherapy. She holds the highest level of Canadian certification in both manual (hands-on treatment) and sport physiotherapy. Laura is a certified Tai Chi Instructor and teaches the Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention at Zoomers.

Laura has worked in private practice/sports medicine clinics in British Columbia, Toronto and Halifax treating orthopedic and sports injuries. She has worked with sports teams (including hockey, rugby, lacrosse, badminton, tennis, weight-lifting and soccer) and provided medical coverage from local to international sporting events. Most recently, she travelled with the senior women’s Sevens Rugby Team to Amsterdam (2011) and worked as part of the core medical team for Canada at the Pan Am Games in Guadalajara (2011) and the World University Games (FISU) in Kazan, Russia (2013).


Heather MacAulay


Whether it be through camping, weightlifting, rock climbing, hiking or skiing, she really values the benefits of exercise and is passionate about its effect on both her own health and that of her clients.

Heather is enthusiastic about individualizing treatment strategies to best equip her clients with the confidence and skills they need to prevent or recover from injuries.

Since graduating from McMaster University, she has taken courses in dry needling to help clients better manage their symptoms.


Maggie Sullivan

MScPt, BScKin

Maggie graduated from Dalhousie University with her Masters of Physiotherapy. She is originally from small-town New Brunswick where she worked as a kinesiologist and physiotherapy assistant after completing her Bachelor in Kinesiology at Memorial University in Newfoundland in 2015.

Maggie grew up playing several sports including hockey, soccer, swimming, track, and cross country. Involvement in sports continued after school as Maggie volunteered to coach local girl’s hockey teams, leading off and on-ice training.  This experience led to an interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle.  Maggie believes in the benefits of exercise and will work with you to help achieve your goals, reach your maximum potential and keep you doing the activities you love. She is interested in furthering her education through different post-graduate courses and research as she starts her career as a physiotherapist. Outside of work Maggie enjoys adventuring outdoors, hiking, and running. She can often be found watching whatever sport is in season or exploring new hiking trails.


Allison Keller

MScPT, BScKin Hon

Allison is a double Dalhousie University alumna, originally moving to Halifax, NS from Ottawa, ON to complete her undergraduate degree, and pursuing her master’s degree. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with First Class Honours and recently completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy.

Prior to beginning Physiotherapy, she worked abroad in Perth, Western Australia, and participated in neurorehabilitation research. Upon return to Halifax, she worked as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor, conducting exercise classes for both general and specialized populations. Through these experiences, Allison strengthened her understanding of the importance of physical activity and movement in the management of injury and illness.

Allison previously competed nationally as sprint kayak athlete, while training in running, swimming, cross-country skiing, and strength training. Understanding the benefits of exercise and physical activity, Allison continues to live an active lifestyle and loves to help others increase their participation in physical activity to improve their overall health and well-being.

In her free time, Allison enjoys hiking, cooking and participating in various exercise classes. She is also currently pursuing post-graduate education in orthopedic physiotherapy.

Through her experience, Allison enjoys working with people of all ages and fitness levels to help identify and achieve their functional goals through an evidence-based and client-centred approach.


Shania Caravan


Shania has just graduated from Dalhousie University with her Masters in physiotherapy. She is originally from Newfoundland, where she completed her bachelors of kinesiology in 2017.

From a young age, Shania has led an active lifestyle through gymnastics, cheerleading, and resistance training. This helped build her motivation to teach others about the benefits of being active to help prevent and/or rehab injury, increase longevity, decrease pain, and remain the best version of yourself at any age. She enjoys meeting new individuals and working with them to determine the most effective and meaningful way to meet their different goals. Shania encourages using exercise and education as a way to understand how the body functions and how to keep it working at its full unique potential. She is interested in continuing her education as she begins her career through research and post-graduate courses. Shania also enjoys being outdoors, baking, and spending time with her family and friends.

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