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.
Trang Bui, MScPT, is a Registered Physiotherapist specializing in pelvic health. Her passion for movement and human well-being led her to McGill University, where she completed her physiotherapy training.
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.
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.
Sydney is a life coach committed to connecting with people who are ready for change. Her practice is built upon assisting others in discovering their inherent strengths and capabilities, releasing the blocks that are holding them back, and empowering them towards creating lives they want to be living.
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.
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.
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.
Brinleigh practices manual therapy with a focus on myofascial release and emotional release. She navigates the myofascial system with intuitive and sensitive hands. Over the past five years, she has developed a combination of myofascial release, active release, and GTO release techniques. These effectively soften restrictions in the physical and emotional body, allowing for increased mobility and circulation. Her treatments are appropriate for anyone experiencing physical tension in their body or for people looking to explore the connection between their emotional and physical bodies.
Cami is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and Registered Massage Therapist. Cami has had a lifelong curiosity with the artistic and scientific nature of the human body. After studying dance at The School of Toronto Dance Theatre, she was drawn to attend Sutherland-Chan School to learn massage therapy. Since graduating in 2007, she has continued her education in Osteopathy and has completed a 5-year program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy.
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.
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.