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Tony Vu graduated from the University of Western Ontario (2001) with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. Tony has been treating patients in private practice in the field of orthopaedics since starting his career as a physiotherapist.
Tony has extensive post-graduate training and has become very experienced in various aspects of rehabilitation. In 2003, he became a certified acupuncture provider. He also has studied the Mulligan approach and the McKenzie method of mechanical diagnosis and treatment. Tony became a certified McKenzie practitioner in 2008. He has been a member of the Orthopaedic Division, Canadian and Ontario Physiotherapy Association.
Tony has worked with a variety of patients including those involved in motor vehicle accidents and patients requiring sports medicine rehabilitation. Tony is very dedicated to the profession and believes everyone can benefit from active physiotherapy.
B.H.K (Hons.), Kin., R.M.T.
Corey Lawrence graduated from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic (1999), a private massage therapy school, in Toronto. She also has a Bachelor of Human Kinetics honours degree, (University of Windsor, 1997) with a major in Movement Science.
Corey has worked as a personal fitness trainer and Kineseologist since 1997 and is trained in exercise prescription for the purposes of rehabilitation and recreation. Corey has worked in multidisciplinary clinics since 1999, mainly with motor vehicle accident patients in a rehabilitative capacity as well as with the general population.
Corey is also trained to administer Low Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT) (2003) and Myofascial Release (MFR) techniques (2004). In 2006 Corey was certified as a Registered Trigenics Practitioner, addressing neuromuscular concerns and retraining. She has also completed training for the theory and practice of acupuncture techniques.
Corey has been an active member on the Mount Pleasant Business Improvement Area (BIA) Board of Management since 2008 and has served as both secretary and treasurer.
Jennifer Bloch graduated from Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2013 after having spent many years in Human Resources Management. Her combined skill set gives her a unique ability to assist her clients with establishing realistic and achievable goals for their healthcare. She takes the time to listen to the specific needs of each client. Ensuring a safe, effective, and comfortable treatment experience is at the heart of everything she does.
Jennifer has expanded her training to include Oncology massage and high-risk pregnancies, working with people at every stage of a cancer diagnosis and every stage of pregnancy. Jennifer also works at Sunnybrook in Palliative care and the Veteran Centre and has a lot of experience working with chronic pain, illness, and aging issues.
Having been a recipient of massage for many years herself, Jennifer has extremely high standards for client care and looks forward to helping her clients understand the benefits, risk, and evidence behind massage techniques so that each client is empowered to make well-informed decisions about their health care options.
Registered Acupuncturist (R. Ac)
Alycia completed her training at the SSC Acupuncture Institute (2016) graduating with high honours and has completed additional certifications in Facial Rejuvenation-Cosmetic Acupuncture (2017), Advanced Needling Techniques, Tuina, Guasha, moxibustion and Shiatsu Massage (2017). Aly is also a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (2003) receiving a diploma from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition.
Aly has a special interest in and has taken additional courses for treating women’s health issues including fertility & pregnancy, menopause and PMS symptoms.
After a traumatic car accident, Aly came to know that acupuncture is an integral component of overall health. She wanted to find an alternative to alleviating pain and anxiety without the reliance on narcotic pain medications, or nerve blocking injections – which led her to discovering the benefits of acupuncture.
DOMP, CSEP-CPT, RHN
Patrick Dunn is a licensed Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (DOMP), a Certified Personal Trainer (CSEP-CPT), and a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN).
He has over 6 years (and counting) of Osteopathic education, with vast training in Mechanical and Structural Osteopathy, Visceral Manipulation, Fascial Normalization and Cranial Sacral therapy. Patrick continues his studies in the fields of Biodynamics, Functional Neurology, Biochemistry, Pediatrics and Applied Kinesiology.
He belongs to the National Manual Osteopathic Society (NMOS) which is recognized by the majority of insurance companies in Canada.
Treating the body as a whole, Patrick understands the inter-relationships between each system in the human body individually and collectively. After a thorough assessment, Patrick uses a combination of osteopathic manual therapy, functional diagnostic nutrition, and rehabilitation exercises to help one overcome their setbacks
Kevin Chu graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2005 and has since been in private practice..
In his over 16 years of experience, Kevin has worked with diverse patient populations and with a wide range of conditions such as athletic injury, postural strain, repetitive strain injury and chronic pain. He has worked in the fields of motor vehicle accident rehab and workplace injury, and is an independent medical assessor who conducts medical assessments.
Kevin is skilled at the provision and fitting of custom foot orthotics and compression stockings. He combines many modalities within his treatment approach such as MRT (Muscle release therapy), laser therapy, manual adjustments, kinesiotaping, ultrasound, soft tissue manipulation and shockwave therapy.
Kevin believes in promoting and living an active lifestyle and likes to spend his free time skateboarding with his kids in the warmer months and snowboarding with them in the winter.
RCRT, RRPr, CAP
Rasamayi is a Licensed Holistic Practitioner with over 20 years experience.
She has always believed in the body’s natural healing ability and began studying Reiki (Radiance), Therapeutic Touch and the Metamorphic Technique in the 1990’s. Witnessing the wonderful healing effects of these modalities and deeply committed to helping others she expanded her studies to include the following:
- Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist with the Reflexology Association of Canada (1997)
- Certified Yoga Teacher (1999)
- Registered Reflexology Practitioner with the Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario (2005)
- Reiki Master Teacher (Tera Ma/Usui) (2005)
- Facial Reflexology (2013)
- Certified Indian Head Massage Practitioner (2013)
- Certified Ayurvedic Health Counselor (2016)
- Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner (2017)
- Other studies include: ear candling, iridology, sound therapy, color therapy, aromatherapy, energy healing, Bach Flower Remedies and meditation.
Rasamayi has offered holistic therapies, taught a wide variety of Yoga classes and Yoga Instructor Certification Courses, Reiki Certification Courses, workshops and seminars in Canada and the US. She is also an animal lover and has treated many different animals with holistic therapies.
She is currently continuing studies in Ayurvedic Medicine.
Rasamayi is currently a professional member in good standing with the following:
- Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC)
- Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario (RRCO)
- National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA)
- Ayurvedic Association of Canada (AAC)
- Supporting member of Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America, Inc. USA. (AAPNA)