Nova is excited to partner with the following support professionals & coaches:


Kirby Feng - Speed Swimming Coach 

Hello!  My name is Kirby Feng, and this is my third season returning to Nova Artistic Swimming as the speed swimming coach.  I have been involved in competitive swimming for 39 years and been coaching in Alberta since 1998. I have coached at all levels of swimming from high school to summer club to year-round swimming, and have worked with synchro swimmers, triathletes and open water swimmers as well. I am certified as a Level 2 Coach with Swim Canada, Skills Coach and for the past 14 years been a Learning Facilitator for Swim Canada teaching coaches how to coach. I believe in Safety First - keeping our athletes healthy through proper swim technique, and FUN second - as I find that athletes who have fun stay in sport longer! It is my privilege to return to Nova Artistic Swimming to work with all the amazing athletes and coaches again! :)


Claire Kjeld - Registered Dietitian

Claire Kjeld, is excited to act as the Registered Dietitian for Nova Artistic Swimming. Having been an artistic swimmer with Nova Synchro in her youth, Claire is thrilled to support the club that she loves so much with optimizing their nutrition.  

Claire has worked as a Registered Dietitian for over 15 years, both in the United States and Canada, in a variety of settings including sports nutrition, primary care, health and wellness, and clinical nutrition. Claire currently specializes in the following areas:

- Working with sports teams and athletes to help optimize sport performance through nutrition.  

- Supporting children with feeding and nutrition challenges due to medical conditions, special needs, limited food repertoire, picky eating, feeding related trauma, and food sensitivities and allergies. 

- Helping individuals with nutrition management of their chronic disease such as heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.  

Claire strives to take the stress off of her clients that so often develops due to concerns related to diet and eating. Being able to develop trusting relationships with families, children, sports teams, and athletes, is the backbone of Claire’s practice. Claire is available to provide tailored workshops, nutrition analysis, supplement assessment, in-office and at-home visits, and nutrition coaching for individuals and teams to help clients meet their nutrition needs.

Claire Kjeld is the Registered Dietitian at Alberta Therapy Co. Bookings with Claire can be made at  For workshop or sports team inquiries, send an email to: Follow Claire on Instagram: kids_achieve_nutrition


Lisa Rogerson, PhD - Mental Performance Consultant

Professional Affiliations: Strive Consulting, University of MacEwan

Lisa Rogerson holds a doctoral degree in Sport Psychology from the University of Alberta. Lisa has been teaching undergraduate courses in the Faculties of Psychology, Kinesiology, and Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Alberta and MacEwan University for 20 years.

Lisa is a member in good standing with the Canadian Sport Psychology Association as Mental Performance Consultant. Lisa works with National (Olympic)/Jr. National Sport Programs, Professional athletes in Golf, Hockey and Volleyball, Special Olympics, Varsity sports, as well as Provincial/Club level sports. In this capacity, Lisa works closely with the Canadian Sport Institutes to ensure best practices and leading-edge techniques are applied. Additionally, Lisa has been a member of Team Alberta mission staff for the Canada Winter Games and Western Canada Games.