From a small northern town, nestled between two lakes, Taylor has grown up in arenas throughout Ontario. The love of physical activity and competition came from watching her older brother play hockey and lacrosse. From an early age, she thrived on both and being the best at what she did. Playing box lacrosse at age five where she was the only girl on the team;
Taylor’s passion for physical activity grew during her school years participating in such sports as soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, track and field and flag football to secondary school where she played on the varsity flag football team for three years and an all girls rep volleyball team for two years. Entering her final year of high school, her passion for physical fitness became an obsession.
Taylor graduated from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) Kinesiology. In her fourth year she was a student athletic therapist for the Durham College Women’s softball team and UOIT/Durham College Men and Women’s indoor soccer teams.
Upon graduating, Taylor knew she had chosen the right path in physical fitness and decided to continue her education at Humber College. She obtained a postgraduate certificate in Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management.