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Team

We have the most FCAMPT certified Physiotherapists in Ottawa. FCAMPT designated physiotherapists are committed to the highest level quality patient care, combining both clinical experience with evidence-based orthopaedic practice.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Mathew Pulickal, FCAMPT,
Registered Physiotherapist

Mathew Pulickal is a registered physiotherapist and has a widespread background in the treatment and rehabilitation of numerous injuries, chronic pain issues, temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), as well as injuries that are caused from work, sport and a variety of other activities and/or pathologies. There are only a handful of certified intramuscular stimulation(www.istop.org) medical professionals in Ontario. Besides providing IMS services, Mathew is one of the few Donjoy (www.donjoy.ca) custom knee brace fitters in Ottawa and is also trained to fit custom orthotics. He provides all these service at our Orleans physiotherapy, Barrhaven physiotherapy and Westboro physiotherapy locations.

Mathew obtained an undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics as well as an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from theUniversity of Ottawa in 1997. He went on to receive his undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy and a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Alberta in 2001. In 2004, Mathew obtained his Masters degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Alberta. In addition to these degrees, he is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist (www.csep.ca) and is certified in Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) therapy. He has completed a Masters in Clinical Science at the University of Western Ontario in 2013 and obtained his Advanced Manual Therapy certification and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) as well. Presently he works at the Orleans physiotherapy, Barrhaven physiotherapy, and Westboro physiotherapy locations.

Mathew has a very extensive background in the fields of sports, rehabilitation and chronic pain. He was a national level track and field sprinter and presently is a running consultant for a few national level runners. Mathew has been doing running evaluations for clients for many years and is our only running evaluator for the company. Running evaluations are performed at the Barrhaven physiotherapy, Orleans physiotherapy, and Westboro physiotherapy locations. Over the past eleven years, Mathew has been certified as an Exercise Physiologist under the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology (CSEP). He provides assessments, evaluations, prescribes conditioning exercises, and offers exercise supervision and monitoring, for the purpose of improving health, function, work and sport performance.

Mathew has been a physical therapist for the following events and teams: World Track and Field Games, World University Games, Pan American Games, NHL, CFL, CJFL, World Cup Triathlon, World University Wrestling Games, World Karate Championships, FIFA Soccer World Cup U21 and U19, University Varsity and CIS National Championships (Basketball, Field Hockey, Ice Hockey, Football, Rugby, Soccer, Track & Field, Volleyball, Wrestling), and Dukes Football.

Mathew believes that providing one- on- one care at an affordable price with the utmost quality has allowed him to create a rehabilitation program unique to Ottawa.

Physiotherapists

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Nick Antaya,
Registered Physiotherapist

Nick graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy in 2009, where he was awarded the Sheila Muir Webb award, a prize given to the graduating student with the best performance in clinical practice during the last year of studies. Prior to this, he had obtained his Undergraduate Honours Degree in Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa in 2007. Nick joined the Barrhaven Physiotherapy Clinic in 2009, and is well established in the community.

Highly interested in the fields of sports and orthopedic physiotherapy, Nick has also worked as a therapist in the QJFL (Quebec Junior Football League). He has completed his level 3 certifications in both the upper and lower quadrants from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy, and followed this by getting certified in Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS). He is also a running specialist, having completed the “New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries course, and offers running evaluations. Other clinical interests include Vestibular Rehabilitation, which treats conditions that cause dizziness and vertigo, such as BPPV, vestibular neuritis, labyrinthitis, and a variety of vestibular hypofunctions.

Living an active lifestyle, his true passion is long distance running. He is fluently bilingual and works at our Barrhaven location.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Andrew Dings, FCAMPT 
Registered Physiotherapist

Andrew has been working with us since 2009 and working as a full time Registered Physiotherapist since 2011. He is fluently bilingual and a graduate of the Masters of Physiotherapy degree from the University of Ottawa. He previously graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2009 with an Honours degree in Human Kinetics.

Interests for Andrew included a variety of sports and orthopedics. Running is another interest of his and he has taken the “New trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries course” and is a specialist in the area. He has also pursued post-graduate courses in Vestibular Rehabilitation, working with patients that have BPPV, vestibular neuritis, labyrinthitis and a variety of vestibular hypofunctions.

Andrew has also obtained a Masters of Clinical Science (MClSc) in Manipulative Therapy from Western University and completed his manual therapy certification levels in order to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT). He continues to work as a medical trainer for the Myers Jr. Riders in the QJFL (Quebec Junior Football league).

Leading a busy lifestyle, Andrew works at our Westboro location, providing a variety of other services such as, acupuncture, dry needling, custom knee braces and many more. His dedication to the profession and post-graduate learning have helped establish himself in the Westboro community.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Kamil Dlugosz,
Registered Physiotherapist

Kamil is a graduate from the University of Toronto with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. He previously completed an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at York University as well as the Exercise Physiologist designation through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiologists. Kamil’s background is grounded in personal training and high performance fitness testing having worked in the Human Performance Laboratory for over five years testing professional athletes and firefighters. Manual therapy and acupuncture are streams that Kamil has a strong interest in and will continue to pursue. He has been involved in the martial arts for over thirteen years mainly, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling and Kickboxing. Coaching and competing at the provincial levels in submission wrestling and Shoto Kan Karate are endeavors that Kamil is passionate about.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Carly Getz
Registered Physiotherapist

Carly graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. She also holds a degree in Physical Health and Education from the University of Toronto and a degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Brock University. Throughout her education Carly has gained experience in a variety of rehabilitation settings, which exposed her to the impact that both chronic and acute conditions can have on every day life. This motivated Carly to become a Physiotherapist to help people achieve their highest level of functioning.
Carly has taken post-graduate courses in Manual Therapy, Acupuncture and the Shoulder Complex. She looks forward to continuing her education in manual therapy and other areas of the profession. Carly enjoys staying active, participating in sports, traveling and hiking. She grew up playing competitive soccer and feels that her experiences help her appreciate the importance of a strong rehabilitative team to help enable return to sport following an injury.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Kirstie Gillanders
Registered Physiotherapist

Kirstie is a graduate of the Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Toronto. She previously graduated from the University of Ottawa with an Honours degree in Human Kinetics. Throughout her education, Kirstie has gained knowledge about biomechanics, exercise prescription, athletic training and manual therapy, providing her a deeper understanding of orthopaedic injuries and treatment options available to meet the needs of her clients.

Kirstie is interested in orthopaedic physiotherapy and a variety of sports, including running, soccer and fitness training. She has completed six half-marathons and was involved in running clinics at the local Running Room during her time at university. Kirstie enjoys working one-on-one with her clients as they recover from injury on the road to an increased quality of life.

Kirstie looks forward to pursuing continuing education courses in the field of manual therapy from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative TherapyAcupuncture and Sports Physiotherapyto complement her current skills.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Nishanth Kumar, FCAMPT
Registered Physiotherapist

Nishanth has been a registered physiotherapist since 2007. He is a graduate of McGill University, where he obtained his BSc. PT and was awarded the Clinical Prize of Excellence for his graduating year. He has also obtained a Masters of Clinical Science (MClSc) in Manipulative Therapy from Western University and completed his manual therapy certification levels in order to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT).

In addition to his manual therapy accreditations he has completed the series of Active Release Techniques (ART)courses and became Full Body Certified. He also completed the Muscle Activation Techniques Jumpstart series as well as his McKenzie A, B, and C levels. He has also taken a number of independent courses including the SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment), neural mobility courses and a number of exercise prescription courses. He continues to make education a priority.

With a background as a competitive soccer and basketball player, Nishanth previously worked as a therapist for the U-18 Lakers and Senior Lakers AAA soccer teams. He was also heavily involved with McGill Athletics, notably working as a therapist for the McGill Redmen soccer team and coordinating the basketball and volleyball team events.

He has been able to explore different aspects of musculoskeletal rehabilitation having worked in private orthopedic clinics for eight years before coming to Ottawa. For the past 6 years he was at a specialized clinic in Montreal where he had the opportunity to work with the general population as well as a number of high end athletes including NHL players, CFL players, professional boxers and MMA/UFC fighters.

One of his main mandates is to progress the field of physical therapy and he is currently guest lecturing at McGill University in the orthopedics classes of their physical therapy program as well as providing mentorship hours to younger therapists.

Having already made his impression in the field of rehabilitation with his progressive and open-minded methodology, Nishanth is looking forward to being an impact player with the Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics team.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Catherine Lamothe,
Registered Physiotherapist

Catherine graduated from the University of Ottawa with a B. Sc. in Physiotherapy in 2004 and has joined our team at the Orleans physiotherapy location.Since then, she continued her education and received her acupuncture certificate (CAFCI) as well as her Sport Physiotherapy Certificate.  She also took numerous post-graduate courses such as craniosacral therapy, movement impairments and retraining as well as manual therapy, just to name a few.

Catherine has worked with several sports and teams of various levels.She gained experience with football, soccer, track and field, hockey, lacrosse, field hockey, figure skating, speed skating, volley-ball, trampoline, basket-ball and tennis. She covered many local, national and international competitions. After working with the Ottawa Sooners for 5 years (junior football), Catherine went back to her childhood sport: gymnastics. She now works part-time with a gymnastic club, the Quebec Federation of Gymnastics as well as Gymnastics Canada. This brings her around the world, working with our Olympic athletes.

In her free time, Catherine refills her energy going to the gym and running. She is fluently bilingual, has a contagious smile and is passionate for her profession. She is devoted to the improvement of her patients’ health and pursues one objective: giving the best quality service.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Martin Primeau
Registered Physiotherapist

Martin graduated with honours from an undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa in 2012. In 2014, he obtained his Masters degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Ottawa. Furthermore, Martin is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology and had previously worked 4 years as a Kinesiologist.

Martin is fluently bilingual and has a profound interest in orthopaedic and sports related injury. Martin has had the opportunity to work with various sports team including the Cumberland Panthers (OVFL), Dukes Football (NCAFA) and with multiple soccer teams (ARSO). Martin is pursuing his professional development by following courses with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative TherapyThe McKenzie Institute and in Acupuncture.

Currently working at our location in Orleans, Martin believes in offering a quality service based on manual therapy, rehabilitation exercises and client education.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Jessica Thompson
Registered Physiotherapist

Jessica first studied at Brock University where she gained a Bachelor of Physical Education degree. While attending Brock, she was a student athletic trainer for the Varsity Women’s Volleyball Team for 3 consecutive seasons while working closely with experienced Athletic Therapists. After, Jessica gained rehabilitation and exercise experience by working as a Kinesiologist in a physiotherapy and sports injuries clinic. Next she went on to attend Western University where she graduated with a Master’s of Physical Therapy degree in 2013. Since, Jessica has worked in a physiotherapy and sports injuries clinic with a strong focus on manual therapy and exercise prescription. Ultimately she strives to achieve overall wellness by setting attainable goals that empower recovery from injury, empower prevention and empower a healthy lifestyle.

Jessica’s strong interest in manual therapy has led her to continue her post-graduate education in that area. She has also taken courses specializing in Soft Tissue ReleaseMulligan Concept and The Shoulder Complex. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys being active whether it’s working out at the gym, running or playing a sport.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Jeffrey Turgeon
Registered Physiotherapist

Jeffrey graduated from the Masters of Science in Physiotherapy program at the University of Ottawa in 2014. Prior to this, in 2011, he graduated from the University of Guelph with an Honours degree in Human Kinetics.

Throughout his education, he has obtained knowledge in biomechanics, manual therapy, exercise prescription and various other areas which have contributed to injury management and prevention.

Jeffrey is fluently bilingual and his main interests are in sports and orthopedic physiotherapy. He also has a passion for running, having competed at the provincial level in high school and in university. He believes in offering quality evidence-based services with a strong focus on manual therapy, rehabilitation exercises and patient education. Jeffrey is looking forward to pursuing his continued education in Manual & Manipulative Therapy, Acupuncture/Dry Needling and the McKenzie Method. Jeffrey is currently working at our Barrhaven location.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Peter Wade, FCAMPT
Registered Physiotherapist

Peter obtained an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science with a specialization in clinical exercise physiology in 2005 fromMcGill University. He went on to receive his Masters degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Ottawa in 2010 after completing a wide-range of clinical rotations from intensive care to cardiology and sports medicine.  He has also obtained a Masters of Clinical Science (MClSc) in Manipulative Therapy from Western University and completed his manual therapy certification levels in order to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT).

Presently he works at the Orleans physiotherapy and Westboro physiotherapy locations. In addition, Peter is working towards obtaining his certification in Manual Therapy. He also took numerous post-graduate courses such as McKenzie Part A and Butler’s neural mobilization, just to name a few. With his background in competitive soccer and swimming, he does aqua therapy at various pools in town.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Olivia Weerdenburg,
Registered Physiotherapist

Olivia graduated from The University of Western Ontario with a Masters of Physical Therapy. She completed her undergraduate degree in Physical and Health Education at Nipissing University. During her time at Nipissing University, she worked alongside both athletic therapists and physical therapists as the head trainer for the Men’s and Women’s Varsity soccer teams for 3 seasons. Here, Olivia developed a keen interest in orthopaedic and sports related injuries.

Olivia is very active and has participated in a variety of sports including tennis, swimming, dance and gymnastics. She competed as a provincially ranked gymnast for many years and afterwards pursued competitive cheerleading at the University level. Due to these experiences, Olivia values the importance of rehabilitative therapy in the sport setting as well as the impact an injury can have on an individual’s quality of life.

Throughout her practical experiences in the Physical Therapy program, Olivia developed a deep appreciation for quality, individualized care. Olivia is highly motivated to continue her education in the areas of acupuncture and manual therapy.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Halli Pedlow

Registered Physiotherapist

Halli Pedlow is a graduate of the Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program from the University of Toronto She also has an honours degree in Kinesiology from Queen's University. Since graduation, Halli has taken courses in Soft Tissue Release, Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (McMaster University), as well as Level II Upper and Lower Manual Therapy. Prior to moving to Ottawa, Halli worked in Toronto with a diverse patient population. She has extensive experience working in postoperative and return to sport rehabilitation, treating both elite and recreational athletes, pre and postnatal populations, and has a passion for assisting all of her clients return to a healthy active lifestyle. 

Halli was on the executive committee for the Ontario chapter of the Orthopedics Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association for three years prior to moving to Ottawa. With Halli’s diverse knowledge base, she has been a guest speaker for many Running Room clinics, at Guelph Humber College, Sports Medicine Symposiums and Continuing Medical Education Seminars for physicians throughout Toronto.  Halli has always had a passion for high level athletics, having played varsity volleyball at Queens University. Furthering her athletic endeavors, she has gone on to complete several duathlons, half-marathons, ultra-marathons, and most recently the Boston Marathon.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Richard L. Penning

Registered Physiotherapist

Richard recently completed (2016) the Masters of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy degree at the University of Ottawa. Prior to entering this program, he completed a Bachelor of Science degree with specialization in Human Kinetics (2013), graduating with honours. Richard is also a Certified Personal trainer with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology (CSEP-CPT) and has previous experience (2013-2014) providing personal training services within the Orléans area.

Growing up in Orléans, Richard built strong ties with the community. Moving there at the age of 9, he completed his High School at St. Matthew. Playing hockey since he was 5, Richard ended his career with the Gloucester Rangers Junior “A” hockey team (2009-2011). Having a history of multiple injuries while playing sports as an adolescent and using physiotherapy a lot to facilitate his recovery, Richard grew a large appreciation for the profession. He is now continuing his professional development by following courses with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and The McKenzie Institute.

Richard is beginning his professional career at the Orléans location, aiming to provide effective physiotherapy services, with the ultimate goal of promoting the quality of life of the general population within the community.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Sue Raven

Registered Physiotherapist

University of Toronto grad, 44 years of experience.

Hospital and clinic experience in rehabilitation, neurology, orthopeadics, arthritis, sports injuries, and chronic pain.

Dozens of continuing education courses, including arthritis, manual therapy, medical exercise therapy, all 4 McKenzie spinal treatment levels and specialized extremity therapy, and anatomical acupuncture.

Former fitness instructor (community and 50 +). Bone-fit trained (Osteoporosis).

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Elaine Doyle-Shaver

Registered Physiotherapist

University of Manitoba grad, 37 years of experience. Many years experience as Senior therapist in orthopaedic out-patients, neurology rehab and geriatric rehab; 21 years of vestibular therapy experience. Currently works in this clinic exclusively with vestibular and balance related problems.

Occupational Health Services therapist in local hospital.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Sheena O'Donoughue

Registered Physiotherapist

Queens College Glasgow, Scotland and University of Manitoba grad, 35 years of experience. Experience in hospitals, clinic and industry, particularly musculoskeletal injuries, workplace and occupation – related injuries; ergonomics. Occupational Health Services therapist in local hospital.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics physiotherapists

Vicki Chase

Registered Physiotherapist

Graduate of Dalhousie University, 29 years of experience. Previously worked in hospitals and community care, Has worked predominantly in orthopaedic and sports injury in clinics for the last 23 years. Has training in manual therapy, workplace injuries, motor vehicle accidents, muscular retraining, McKenzie approach, acupuncture, therapeutic taping, concussions and chronic pain.

Massage Therapists

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics massage therapists

Alison Boal
Registered Massage Therapist

Alison graduated from the massage therapy program at Algonquin College in 2006. Algonquin College has an extensive three year program during which she attended outreaches in specialized areas, such as; scars treatment, sports injury, palliative care, and labour and delivery. She has a fitness background in personal training and knowledge in rehabilitative exercises. She specializes in trigger point therapy and connective tissue techniques which helps to re-balance the body and provides her clients with relief from chronic pain, whiplash injuries, sports injuries, migraines/ headaches and TMJ. Alison is also very effective in Swedish massage techniques which are ideal for relaxation and pregnancy massage.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics massage therapists

Fatima Saeta,
Registered Massage Therapist

Fatima graduated from CDI College in 2006 and has since taken further studies in cranial sacral therapy, myofascial release techniques, muscle energy, temporal mandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) techniques. She is currently attending the Canadian College of Osteopathy and is in her 5th year of a 5 year program. She has worked at a local college as Clinic Supervisor and Instructor for Massage Therapy. Her volunteer work has included Roger’s House.
She combines her training as a massage therapist, a yoga instructor and the knowledge she has acquired in osteopathy to develop an effective treatment plan for her clients. She assesses the body as a whole and combines different techniques to effectively treat and facilitate balanced body biomechanics.
She has successfully treated numerous conditions including repetitive overuse syndromes, back pain, posture related pain and imbalances, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, and pregnancy related changes to the body.
Fatima believes that the client can play an important and active role in their healing process and will make recommendations for stretching and strengthening specific muscles between massage therapy appointments.

In her spare time she loves to snow shoe, cross country ski, paint, do renovations, walk her dog, meditate and do yoga.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics massage therapists

Jason Walsh,
Registered Massage Therapist

Jason is a Registered Massage Therapist and a graduate of Algonquin College. He is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Ontario Massage Therapy Association. Jason has worked with veterans at the Perley Rideau Health Centre, pre and post-natal mothers at the Civic hospital and with elite athletes at Algonquin College and Carleton University.

Jason has developed a variety of massage skills, including Joint Mobilisations to increase range of motion and decrease joint pain and Lymphatic drainage to decrease swelling and increase circulation. Using general Swedish massage techniques, Jason can help restore muscle imbalance, release holding patterns, and decrease stress in areas such as head, neck and shoulders. Jason has been providing massage therapy in the Westboro physiotherapy and Barrhaven physiotherapy locations since 2009.

Jason’s lifelong interest in sports has carried over into his Massage Therapy practice and he is presently studying for a certificate in Sport Massage. He believes the use of Massage Therapy in one’s life, whether for stress or for sport, can greatly improve a person’s health and well-being. Jason presently works at both our Barrhaven physiotherapy and Westboro physiotherapy locations.

Dietitians

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics dietitians

Myriam Dagenais,
Registered Dietitian

Myriam is a fully bilingual Registered Dietitian. She completed her Honours Bachelor in Nutrition Sciences at the University of Ottawa followed by an 8-month internship program at various health institutions including the Queensway Carleton Hospital, the Estrie community health centre and Health Canada. She is currently licensed through the College of Dietitians of Ontario (www.collegeofdietitians.org) and a member of the Dietitians of Canada (www.dietitians.ca).

Myriam always seeks to provide the best possible experience for her clients using evidence-based care. She will assist you in any way possible whether it for diabetes management, weight management, general healthy eating, digestive issues, cardiovascular diseases and more. She will support and help you through your nutrition journey all while assuring that your care plan is tailored to your specific needs. She believes the greatest wealth is our health. 

She will be working at the Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sport Clinic- Barrhaven physiotherapy location.

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics dietitians

Caroline Michon,
Registered Dietitian

Caroline has completed her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition at the University of Ottawa (2012) in addition to 40 weeks of internship in various settings such as hospitals, public health and long term care. Caroline is a registered member of the College of Dietitians of Ontario (www.collegeofdietitians.org) and is currently accumulating her practice hours to become a certified diabetes educator. Caroline is fully bilingual and has worked in private practice since 2013. Her experience working as a clinical dietitian in a family health team has given her the skills to offer nutrition counselling on various health issues such as high cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes (type 1 and type 2), irritable bowel syndrome, gastrointestinal diseases, weight management, and healthy lifestyle for all age groups.

She is also a certified craving change facilitator and can help you better understand the reason why we eat the way we do. She is curious and strives to be up to date with the latest nutrition and health trends, by attending continuous education workshops. As a dietitian, Caroline is dedicated to helping you develop the skills required to maintain a healthy lifestyle and meet your goals by offering individualized services.

Caroline is passionate about food and she will help you develop the skills and confidence to make lifelong healthy lifestyle changes. She firmly believes that health is a combination of nourishing the mind, body and soul, and this has lead her to practice yoga and meditation to bring balance to everyday life.

She is working at the Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sport Clinic- Westboro location.

Gentle Yoga

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics gentle yoga instructor

Sandy Jones
Gentle Yoga Instructor

Sandy Jones lives and teaches in Orleans and has been practicing Yoga since 1998. She has extensive experience and is a certified teacher in Hatha, Yin, Restorative and Chair Yoga. Sandy embraces a heart-centered compassionate practice and infuses joy through her light-hearted nature. She specializes in supporting those with physical challenges, injuries and emotional trauma. Her classes are sculpted to meet individual needs, wherein safety and comfort are always a priority. If students are experiencing an illness or injury, postures are modified accordingly. For further information on Sandy Jones please visit her website at: http://www.sandyjonesyoga.com

For more information on class schedules and costs please visit:
http://www.sandyjonesyoga.com/class-schedule.html