Trang Bùi, MScPT, is a Registered Physiotherapist specializing in pelvic health. She is passionate about helping people achieve their optimal health through optimizing movements. Trang believes that every patient with the same condition has different underlying dysfunction that requires a unique treatment plan.
Lindsay Dixon is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (D.O.M.P, D.Sc.O), Certified Athletic Therapist (CAT(C)), and Registered Kinesiologist (R.Kin). She has over ten years of experience working in the field of sports medicine and health and wellness.
Sydney is a certified life coach, reiki practitioner and yoga instructor, with a fierce passion and fascination with energy: how we get it, how we use it, how it moves through our bodies (or doesn’t) and why it sometimes just seems to poof disappear.
Michelle Fraser, PT, BA, BScPT, FCAMPT, CYT, MEd, is a pelvic health advocate and educator who works with persons of all genders experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction or interested in understanding the complexities of pelvic health. She is on a mission to empower people in Canada and internationally to take charge of their pelvic health, which can often be a life changing experience for anyone who has suffered pelvic health dysfunction.
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.
We are challenged in our life to make sense of our past and to become the version of our self that is alive inside of us. As a doula of birth, death, and rebirth, Glenda companions those at different stages of life and transition. Armed with her willingness to hold space for her clients, they are able to dive deep into the waters, to explore and to heal.
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.
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.
One of the things that Devin is most proud of is having been present and involved with the births of his two wonderful daughters. During the pregnancies he got to witness the many physical discomforts that can arise and only wishes that he knew at the time how much massage therapy could help to alleviate them. As an RMT, Devin graduated from the Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic. While there he took a specialty pregnancy course which taught him how to treat perinatal conditions and since then it has become some of the most gratifying work he has performed in his practice.