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Building today’s athletes for tomorrows world.

Andrews Sport Conditioning’s (ASC) philosophy and system focuses on building foundational movement patterns.  The focus will be on building a more efficient, healthier, injury resilient young athlete.  The pillars of this concurrent method focus on strength, power, movement quality, and building a bigger engine.  A well-conditioned athlete will have the ability to withstand any type of athletic demand that the body is placed under.   ASC’s main objective is to build that engine while supplying the athlete with proper knowledge for all-around athletic development.

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Meet the ASC Team

Owen MacWilliams

Director of Andrews Sport Conditioning

Andrews Hockey is extremely excited to add Owen MacWilliams as Director of Andrews Sport Conditioning. Originally from Summerside, PEI, Owen is a recent graduate from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.  Previously, Owen completed his Diploma of Kinesiology in the Sport & Leisure Management Program at Holland College in Charlottetown.


While at Acadia, he worked as a senior intern with both the Men and Women’s Basketball and Men’s Football teams.  He was also Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach for Acadia Performance Training.  Owen’s time at Acadia University afforded him the opportunity to broaden his skill set, allowing him to provide effective training to a diverse range of athletes, including hockey players of all ages and levels of ability.

Throughout his educational career, Owen was a student-athlete, playing varsity football for the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks, the Acadia Axemen and the Holland College Hurricanes.  Owen also attended a CFL training camp as an aspiring athlete. Owen has a certification as a Certified Personal Trainer from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and a certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).

Colin Moore


Colin Moore is a physiotherapist with an extensive resume of sports experience in world championships, international games and countless national, regional and local events. Colin has successfully completed a fellowship in sports physiotherapy from the Fowler Kennedy Clinic in London, Ontario and holds a diploma in sports physiotherapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.


During his over 20 year career, he has provided expert care to Stanley Cup champions, Olympic gold medalists, Canada Games Gold medalists and a host of professional, amateur and recreational athletes. He is presently the head therapist for Holland College Athletics, the Holland College Hurricane Football team, the Island Storm basketball team and consults with the Charlottetown Islanders. He also teaches Athletic Therapy at Holland College. Colin is driven to expand his knowledge, improve his skills and better manage injuries by constantly learning through postgraduate courses, presentations and studying.

Nancy Fong

Registered Dietician

Nancy Fong is a Registered Dietitian, Consulting Sport & Performance Dietitian, ISAK Level 2 Anthropometrist, and owner of Maximum Performance & Nutrition in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Nancy began her education at UPEI where she graduated with her Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology and later completed a second Bachelor of Science at Mount Saint Vincent University in Applied Human Nutrition.


Nancy went on to graduate from the prestigious graduate program in sport nutrition offered by the International Olympic Committee Medical Commission. With the IOC, Nancy had the opportunity to network & gain knowledge from the international faculty which provided a program beyond the scope of any one institution. The program delivered practical and written knowledge of new technologies and international data & information which currently allows Nancy to convey innovative programs that provide current, comprehensive, and authoritative sport nutrition/science information. Through her passion, hard work, motivation & dedication Nancy has gained the opportunity to work with countless Provincial, National, and International athletes. Some of her most recent clients include: The Charlottetown Islanders QMJHL Team (10 years), Team QMJHL in the CIBC Canada Russia Series (2017), Blanchard Goaltending School (7 years), 2013 Canadian World Junior Men’s Hockey Team, Hockey PEI, Sport PEI, UPEI Men & Women Basketball, UPEI Women Soccer, National Biathlon, Rugby and various Canada Game teams. Nancy also spends time contributing to the field of Sport Nutrition as a member of boards & committees which include; PEI Executive Team Director of Sport Nutrition Network, Collegiate & Professional Sport Dieticians Association, Professionals in Nutrition for Exercise & Sport, and the Hockey Nutrition Network.

Cynthia Dennis

Yoga Instructor

Cynthia first began practising yoga in 1998. Very early on she enjoyed seeing the parallels of her practice on the mat, and how it helped with overcoming challenges in the rest of her life. With a strong focus on alignment which she learned from the Iyengar tradition, she sees yoga as meditation in action, and advocates staying mindful in each movement, viewing every asana as an opportunity to grow and evolve.


With lots of attention to detail, Cynthia aims to give students an understanding about the intended benefit of each pose, and breathing technique, and loves watching students find increased awareness and intelligence in their own bodies. She teaches beginner, flow, kids, chair, prenatal, and parent and baby yoga classes, and leads meditation and mindfulness sessions at a number of locations on the Island. “It is through your body that you realize you are a spark of divinity.” – BKS Iyengar

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