I graduated from the National Manual Osteopathic College in 2017 and have a preceding Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Alberta. My past experience includes strength and conditioning and sport performance as a track and field coach at the U of A, a rehabilitation trainer and group fitness trainer. As a practitioner I have experience with populations ranging from children to seniors; inactive individuals to elite athletes; histories of physical trauma to general body maintenance. My perspective is to address the body as one functional unit, treat the necessary components to a person’s issue and allow the self regulation of the body to take place.
I provide clients with the big picture of their current state of movement health and implement a partnered treatment plan to reach their goals.