Kathrin Brunner, CNP, RYT, BA, is a holistic nutritionist and yoga teacher. She views good health as a balance between what you give your body and what you ask of it.
Heather is a registered physiotherapist whose holistic approach to care encompasses injury prevention, recovery, and rehabilitation, as well as overall wellness. She is also a certified yoga teacher, medical acupuncture provider, and Thai massage practitioner. As appropriate, she weaves elements of these practices into her care.
For over a decade, as both an instructor and therapeutic practitioner, Jesse has been using the incredible tool of yoga combined with anatomical explanation to educate and empower his students and himself.
Scott is a renowned yoga teacher and doctor of oriental medicine who approaches yoga as an evolving form and health maintenance system. He is particularly interested in yoga as a tool to support the process of waking up to the potential of the human body, intellect and spirit.
Stacey Hauserman is a firm believer in holistic approaches to health care. She combines her knowledge and experience of yoga, massage therapy, and osteopathy to provide unique and effective treatments.
Dr. Lara Jacob is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor who believes in the body’s innate ability for self-healing. She works closely with her clients to create individualized treatment plans to return to a state of vitality and resilience.
Lianne Krakauer is an experienced career counsellor, coach and leadership consultant with 15 years of professional experience. She works with individuals to assess, plan and manage career and life transitions successfully. Her aim is to help individuals realize their potential for creating more meaningful lives.
Since 2009, Faiz Karim, DC, has been helping injured athletes and people from all walks of life find relief from musculoskeletal dysfunction through Chiropractic treatments. Many people suffer from pain due to repetitive strain injuries caused by long hours sitting at the computer or due to previous injury. You do not have to be one of those people anymore.
Pat is committed to teaching yoga as a therapeutic model that stimulates physical, psychological, and spiritual growth. As such, she teaches asana and meditation privately with a focus on cultivating emotional resiliency for anxiety, depression, and trauma.
Jane Loney has been a body worker since graduating from the Kikkawa College School of Massage and Shiatsu in 1991. Her teacher, Mitsuki Kikkawa, taught the innovative modality of Suikodo, as well as Shiatsu, and she became his apprentice for another decade after graduating from the 20-month training program.
Kanan feels deeply privileged to work with people in helping them regain their health and inner vitality. She came upon the powerful system of Homeopathic medicine as a patient herself suffering from severe allergies and asthma. Her personal experience with homeopathy was remarkable.
Cami is a Registered Massage Therapist and Osteopathy Manual Practice candidate, in the process of completing her final certification project.
Joe Ryan completed his Massage Therapy training at Sutherland-Chan School & Teaching Clinic in Toronto, Ontario, very soon after completing both a BA in Philosophy and a BMus in Music Performance. His long-standing interest in anatomy, physiology, and bodywork was always a personal pursuit until deciding to embark on becoming a Massage Therapist.
Elisse Peltz believes that psychotherapy can help remove limitations in your life. Our sense of wellbeing is organized by a process of which we are not consciously aware. Understanding that is the first step towards transformation. Therapy is the process of bringing these unconscious thoughts, feelings, and stories to awareness to create choices about how we want to live in the world.
Rose’s passion for bodywork was inspired by her dedication to her yoga practice and by the body’s natural intelligence to heal and restore itself. What initially drew her to yoga continues to inspire her practice today: its ability to challenge her outer form to transform her inner one, while both expanding and evolving her life and her relationships.
Charlene’s goal as a Rolfer is to help people find a greater degree of ease and freedom in their bodies.