Artistry of Motion Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy supports your unique movement goals

Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS) is pleased to partner with independent Registered Physiotherapist Kate Moffett on Artistry of Motion, her new physiotherapy clinic now open on the campus of Canada’s National Ballet School! This clinic will serve dancers, performing artists, athletes and members of the NBS community, from children to adults, who want to benefit from optimized movement and function. As part of the NBS community, we’re excited to make you aware of this new service that you can access for your physio needs.

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Benefit from optimized movement and function with Artistry of Motion Physiotherapy Clinic, located right on the campus of Canada's National Ballet School.


Explore the full range of services offered below. We hope physiotherapy can help you with your own unique movement goals and support your journey with dance!

Clinic Details

Services Offered:


  • Physiotherapy MSK Assessment

    • Neurofunctional Assessment Approach

    • Gait Analysis

    • Functional Movement Assessment

    • Activity Specific Movement Analysis

  • Physiotherapy MSK Treatment

    • Education on condition and prognosis

    • Education on at home self management strategies

    • Individualized exercise prescription

    • Manual Therapy Techniques

    • Soft Tissue Treatment Techniques

    • Contemporary Medical Acupuncture

    • Patient Centred Goal Setting and Progression (activity/function specific)

    • Referrals to qualified health care providers as needed (sports medicine physician, dietician, mental health providers, etc.)

  • Physiotherapy Vestibular Assessment

    • BPPV (Vertigo), vestibular hypofunction

  • Physiotherapy Vestibular Treatment

    • Education on condition and prognosis

    • Education on at home self management strategies

    • Dix Hallpike and Epley Maneuver

    • Individualized vestibular exercise prescription

    • Individualized static and dynamic exercise prescription

    • Referrals to qualified health care providers as needed (family physician/ENT, concussion specialist, mental health providers, etc.)

  • Physiotherapy CardioRespiratory Assessment

    • Post COVID/Long COVID cardiorespiratory dysfunction, asthma management

  • Physiotherapy Cardiorespiratory Treatment

    • Education on condition and prognosis

    • Education on at home self management strategies

    • Education on self monitoring of symptoms (HR monitoring, peak flow meter, etc.)

    • Individualized cardiorespiratory exercise prescription

    • Graduated plan for return to activity/exercise/dance/sport

Contact Information

Have a question about the clinic or services offered?


Contact Kate Moffett for all inquiries: 

Kate Moffett, Registered Physiotherapist


Early in life, Kate’s passion for movement flourished in dance classes with over 20 years of dance training. This evolved into a curiosity about how movement occurs and how it can be optimized, supported and improved. As a physiotherapist, she now has a strong focus on providing patient-centered care, ascertaining each individual’s unique biopsychosocial needs and personal goals. Whether the goal is recovering from injury, optimizing performance, enhancing training, managing training load, or maintaining and improving participation in physical activity or exercise, Kate is passionate about helping all individuals achieve their desired outcomes. She works with individuals of all ages who participate in any form of movement (dance, athletics, performers, musicians, or everyday movement enthusiasts!). In practice she utilizes a neurofunctional assessment approach, manual therapy skills, contemporary medical acupuncture, functional exercise prescription, and patient education to assist clients. 
Along with having experience, and an especially strong interest and investment in the treatment of dancers and performing artists, she has also worked with both recreational and elite athletes. Kate has a special interest in hip conditions in a young adult population and experience with post-operative arthroscopic hip procedures, staying up-to-date on current advancements in treatment and rehabilitation protocols. She also has experience and enjoys treating vestibular conditions such as BPPV (vertigo), vestibular hypofunction, and balance impairments. Cardiorespiratory assessment and treatment for the management of asthma with activity and rehabilitation of post-COVID symptoms including: shortness of breath, respiratory dysfunction, fatigue, weakness and deconditioning, myofascial rib, chest, upper back and neck pain, joint pain, coordination and balance and return to activity and achieving pre/post COVID exercise goals are also within her practice experience.   
Kate graduated with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Queens University. Prior to that she completed both an Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and Health Sciences at York University. She has completed McMaster University’s Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Certification as well as obtaining their Advanced Sports Neurofunctional Practitioner Certification. Kate holds membership with the Performing Arts Medicine Association and the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science. She is an active member of both the Canadian and Ontario Physiotherapy Associations.
When not living her passion assisting others in their movement goals, Kate enjoys staying active through dance classes, swimming, resistance training and golf, watching live dance and theatre, participating in continued education, and reading.