Ms. Natasha Cinanni
Research Coordinator
613-737-7600 x 4005


  • Research Coordinator


  • Bsc Human Kinetics
  • Registered Kinesiologist
  • Practicing member of BATD
  • Advanced Exercise Prescription
  • Certified Associate Teacher (tap, jazz, hip hop, stage, modern)


  • Physical activity promotion with clinical population
  • Community Health
  • Motivation and Goal Setting


  • Life and Health for Young Children with Congenital Heart Defects
  • Physical Activity Toolkit
  • Access ON
  • Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy


Natasha graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Science with honours in Human Kinetics. Since then she has been an active member of rehab and physical activity in her community. Natasha enjoyed working as a Registered Kinesiologist creating personalized programs for injured individuals based on their rehabilitation needs, as well as providing education on muscles surrounding injured areas and their functional purpose. With her growing interest in physical activity promotion, Natasha now enjoys completing assessments and working to find healthy lifestyles for children in the clinical setting. With her love for children and physical activity, Natasha passionately works on an array of projects under Pat Longmuir. Through the British Association of Teachers of Dancing, Natasha has completed her Associate Teachers Certification in tap, jazz, modern, stage and hip hop. She continues to be an active member of the BATD by sharing her love for dance with her students at the Cumbrae School of Dancing. She has been able to use all these acquired skills for several years to continuously aid in her extensive experience in community health, raising awareness to increase physical activity, and active rehabilitation. When not helping others, Natasha enjoys going to the gym, dancing and spending time with her family.