Before becoming an osteopath, Benoit first studied pharmacology , then worked as a first responder in Lyon, France.
Benoit obtained his osteopath degree from L’Institut d’Ostéopathie de Lyon and has been licensed to practice osteopathy in Québec since 2011.
He is fully trained in cranial-sacral work, fasciatherapy, visceral and skeletal (mobilisation)techniques. He also has a solid training in pediatics and medical emergencies.
Benoit’s love of rugby and hockey has led him to develop an expertise in treating contact sport injuries. He has also completed post graduate certification in treating sports related concussions.
Benoit sees a wide range of acute and chronic conditions in addition to sports related injuries. His treatments are designed to help you get back on your feet as soon as possible and he is always looking for a good challenge to resolve.
Spoken languages : French, english and spanish
Graduated in 2012, Baptiste trained for 6 years at the Higher Institute of Osteopathy in Lyon (France), leading him to adapt his techniques according to the pattern, age and morphology of the person. He has been practicing in Quebec since 2017.
He combines his passion for sports (rugby, squash, running) and osteopathy by participating in various organizations and sporting events, in order to optimize performance and recovery. Through these experiences, he has seen first hand the importance of the right mindset as a therapeutic management tool.
He has developed techniques for both acute and chronic pain management while working with an Osteopathic Emergency home care service.
Over the course of his career, Baptiste has perfected a humanist and holistic (global) approach based on listening as well as communication. Trust and sharing are essential concepts of his practic e that will be of benefit to all.
He is a member of Ostéopathie Québec.
Spoken languages : French & english
Anne s’intéresse à la thérapie manuelle depuis l’adolescence. Elle complète d’abord un baccalauréat en Relations Humaines en 2005, avant d’explorer la corporalité dans le milieu de la danse swing et africaine. En 2015, (B. Sc. décerné par l’Université de Wales via le CEO), elle peut mettre à profit son expérience dans une approche ostéopathique intégrant corps et esprit, visant à accompagner les individus dans leur cheminement. Complétion du deuxième cycle (D.O. Québec) en 2018. Anne s’intéresse particulièrement au suivi de grossesse et périnatalité.
Selon Anne, le rôle de l’ostéopathe est de trouver les restrictions de mouvement dans la structure et de favoriser un retour à la mobilité en s’appuyant sur des connaissances approfondies du fonctionnement du corps humain. Son art est de confectionner un traitement sur mesure, par une approche manuelle des tissus abordant le plan musculo-squelettique, viscéral, liquidien et crânien.
Les tissus du corps sont fait de conscience et répondent à la conscience. Les difficultés corporelles que l’on peut rencontrer peuvent être liées à des expressions de l’Être qui se manifestent dans le corps (approche psychosomatique). Le corps est donc un moyen d’entrer en contact et d’aborder ces difficultés avec bienveillance pour aider la personne à trouver ses solutions.
Elle est membre d’Ostéopathie Québec.
Spoken languages : French, english
After her training at the Holistéa School of Osteopathy in Cergy-Pontoise (France), Tiffany practiced in various clinics throughout France, as well as in a private clinic in Geneva, Switzerland, before settling in Montreal.
Her approach is holistic, and takes into account the wholeness and uniqueness of the people she treats.
She is trained in fascial, visceral, cranial and also joint techniques. In addition to her initial training, she has done postgraduate training for the treatment of pregnant women (during pregnancy and then postpartum) as well as in pediatrics (from infants to adolescents).
She is a member of RITMA.
Spoken languages : French & english
Prior to pursuing her certifications in Reiki healing, Annabel moved to Montreal to obtain her BA in English Literature and Classical Languages at Concordia.
Having always been drawn to energy healing, Bel began working with crystal healing at a young age. After finding her own way through the field, she decided to approach Reiki in a more professional light and started training to eventually become a Reiki master.
She is now a fully trained Reiki III healer and takes a holistic approach to her work, preferring to treat the client on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels; to address the root of the problem and heal through it. By incorporating Usui Reiki with chakra balancing and crystal work, Annabel is able to help her clients in as many ways as possible, so that they are able to heal the best way they can.
She is a member of IARP.
Spoken languages : English
Before starting her massage therapy training in Quebec, Caroline worked in the Sables d’Olonnes and Pornic fitness centers in France.
She is qualified to practice different types of massage including both relaxing and therapeutic (deep tissue) forms of Swedish massage, as well as techniques geared to pregnant women and to children.
Caroline’s goal, when you come to see her for treatment, is to help you regain good physical fitness and renewed vitality. In short, she will help you find needed solutions for your well-being.
She is a Member of the Massothérapeuthes du Québec network (RMPQ)
Spoken languages : French and English