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For the past 25 years, I have had the privilege of learning and working in the wellness industry in many capacities.

I was drawn to India in the early 2000's where I studied and practiced yoga, meditation, and Ayurveda. I also lived in Thailand where I taught English, worked with Shamans, and Yogis, and learned Thai Massage and Reflexology. Since 2006, I have been a Vipassana Meditator.

My academic background includes
 Health Sciences and French from The University of Western, Swedish Massage Therapy, and Manual Osteopathy from the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Montreal and Toronto. 

Over the years, I have enjoyed working at multi-disciplinary clinics and currently I work from home, surrounded by the beauty of the Thousand Islands, in Gananoque Ontario. I have always connected with Nature. I live an active lifestyle and continue to make physical and mental health a priority while considering myself a life-long student.


  • Bachelor Degree in Health Sciences and French from The University of Western Ontario, (UWO).

  • Massage Therapy Diploma from The Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH).

  • Manual Osteopathy from The Canadian College of Osteopathy: 5 year program with 3 year thesis. 

  • Endo-Cranial Spasms and Concussions, Level 1: Physical Imprints (2015)

  • Endo-Cranial Spasms, Level 2: Fluid Imprints (2017)

  • Endo-Cranial Spasms, Level 3: Grid and Matrix Imprints (2019)

  • Endo-Cranial Spasms Level 4: Civilization & Morphogenic Fields (2023)

  • Fascial Treatments (2020)

  • Quantum Healing (2020-2023)

  • Vipassana Meditation Practitioner (2006 to current)

  • Advanced Pelvic Rehabilitation (2018) 

  • Yoga Teacher Training: Sivananda (Beginner & Advanced), Ashtanga Mysore India and others...

  • Pilates Teacher Training: Body Harmonics Mat and Reformer Teacher Training and others. 

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For me "Movement is medicine"; from para-cycling, triathlons, swimming, mountain biking, skating, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, weight training, yoga, pilates, and hiking. These activities have helped build new friendships and learn about new cultures. Additionally, I was born with bilateral club feet and a leg length discrepancy (LLD). Later in life I discovered I was eligible for para-cycling and classified as a C5 para-cyclist in 2016. Due to injuries my para-cycling career was cut short but I am forever grateful for the hard-work and determination it helped cultivate, as well as the great coaches and athletes I was able to meet along the way. 


We all have a unique microbiome: the environment of our digestive system. Identifying stressors and learning about foods that optimizes our brain power, sustain energy levels, regulate hormones, and reduce pain and inflammation is paramount for physical and mental performance.

Additionally, life changes, stress, grief, and menopause/andropause will alter our bio-chemistry and micro-biome function so having your doctor (ND or MD) perform baseline testing (blood, urine, saliva) can help us regain vitality. The body is always giving us feedback if we take the time to really listen and really feel what is affecting our physical, mental, and energetic performance as we age. 


The cells within the microbiome restore every 7-10 years so regular food testing can help rule-out problems from the diet. Our ability to metabolize certain foods will also change as we age so doing regular cleanses and intermittent fasting has been proven scientifically to be important for vitality and a healthy micro-biome. "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" (Hippocrates). 

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