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About Kye Taylor

Client Care Manager

Kye has been an employee at Sunshine Coast Health Center since 2008. He enjoys the challenge of working with the diverse spectrum of clients found at Sunshine Coast and has enjoyed working in a program that values physical fitness as part of an overall focus on wellness. Kye is a graduate of Seattle Pacific University in the field of Exercise Science and has worked in both Washington State and British Columbia in a variety of outpatient clinical settings.

Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation | Sober Sports

The Impact of Sober Sports on the Four Pillars of Wellness

It’s official, we have launched the local Powell River branch of Sober Sports! I couldn’t be more excited about the prospect of nurturing and growing this initiative here locally. It is my sincere and impassioned

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Addiction Recovery (Life After Treatment) | Meaning and Purpose | Pieces Written by our Clients

Meaningful Monuments: The Story of Rock Stacking Past and Present

A New Trend Emerges A curious trend has emerged here around our facility in recent weeks. In the spirit of traditional inukshuks, rock stacking has taken hold here at SCHC. A Curious Construction As more

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Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation | Life at SCHC | Our Program

Deep Satisfaction vs. Fleeting Pleasure and How to Know the Difference

Springing Forward We are blessed with a vast array of outdoor adventures to choose from here at SCHC. As we head, albeit slowly, towards warmer weather, I begin to get excited for what awaits just

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Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation

Staying Hungry: What Steady Gym Goers Know That you Don’t

The Truth about Goals Goals are useful. They give us a target to reach for. Something tangible that we can point to for all our efforts. I’ve seen many clients here at SCHC reach their

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Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation

Never Stop Playing: How to Stay Motivated to Move

Find Your Passion When speaking of how to adopt healthy, active lifestyles, I always say, “If you don’t enjoy something, you’re not going to do it very long.” If you hate going to the gym

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Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation | Life at SCHC

Mushroom Picking at SCHC: Searching off the Beaten Path

Fall on the coast is a lovely time of year that brings a distinct change in the weather. With the change in season, many favourite outings are no longer on the table, but as always,

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Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation | Life at SCHC

Say Yes and Reap the Rewards

Should I Stay or Should I go When you say yes, you just never know what might happen. It’s so easy this time of year to just bunker down and wait for spring to arrive.

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Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation | Life at SCHC

Our Two Favourite Hikes for Fall

In our Backyard Right across the street from the Sunshine Coast Health Centre extends miles upon miles of untamed backcountry forest. Thanks to a multi-decade effort by local outdoor groups, the networks of trails and

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Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation | Life at SCHC | Our Program

The Start of a New Season

With the NHL hockey season looming just a few short weeks away, SCHC has been abuzz with excitement of the year to come. At this point, everyone’s team is a contender for the Cup and

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Fitness, Exercise, and Recreation | Life at SCHC

Splashing into September

Kayaking in Some of the West Coast’s Finest Waters Plans were made and paddles set aside for a sea kayak adventure on Labour Day this year. At the gateway to the world-renowned Desolation Sound, the

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Life at SCHC

Mighty Hopes at Mini-Golf

Our local mini-golf course is typically frequented by families with young kids enjoying a summer evening or young couples on an awkward first date. Scorecards are seldom seen and, really and truly, it is usually

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Eagle River: Taking the Plunge

A Natural Wonder One of my favourite summertime outings here at SCHC is Eagle River Falls. It is a pristine canyon carved out by an ocean-bound river. The granite walls that encircle the location rise

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Relapse, Addiction & The Stages of Change

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Relapse, Addiction & The Stages of Change

Relapse and Fear For families with loved ones in recovery from addiction, the R-word is a very scary word. Family members typically fear relapse because they make sense of it as a disaster or failure

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