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Manual Osteopaths

Liam Graham-Morton

Liam Graham-Morton

Manual Osteopathic Practitioner
Liam Graham-Morton

Liam Graham-Morton

Manual Osteopathic Practitioner

After suffering a severe injury while snowboarding, Liam sought help for chronic pain for years, all the while teaching over 10,000 hours of aquatics instruction and training lifeguards for the City of Ottawa. Subsequently, he was introduced to Manual Osteopathy, which addressed the immediate pain symptoms and addressed its root cause.

Transformed and restored, Liam found his calling. He enrolled in the National Academy of Osteopathy, where he graduated with a Diploma of Manual Osteopathic Practice (DOMP).

Additionally, Liam is a current active member in good standing with the National Manual Osteopathic Society (NMOS).

Sofia Caricote

Sofia Caricote

Manual Osteopathic Practitioner
Sofia Caricote

Sofia Caricote

Manual Osteopathic Practitioner

Sofia received her Doctorate of Osteopathy (DO) from the Osteopathy School of Madrid (EOM), Spain in 2006.

Over the last 30 years, she has worked in the Public Health System, private and Industrial of Venezuela advising patients in preventive and primary healthcare. She has provide comprehensive physical rehabilitation with Osteopathy, physiotherapy and postural re-education. In Canada, working as Manual Practitioner of Osteopathy, Sofia uses non-invasive strategies and focuses on a comprehensive and holistic approach – where every structure in the body is in constant interaction, interrelated with an important role to play in every function and process.

Sofia’s philosophy is that prevention is the primary goal, along with restoring balance in the body with manual osteopathy. She uses a range of techniques to address cranial, visceral, joint, and osteoarticular systems. Sofia works with patients of all ages and is committed to providing patients with the best possible care. She is an accredited member in good standing of the Canadian Alliance for Alternative Medicine (ACMA) and the International Osteopathic Association.

David Dallaire

David Dallaire

Manual Osteopathic Practitioner
David Dallaire

David Dallaire

Manual Osteopathic Practitioner

David has led a diverse and dynamic career in movement, health and therapy. After graduating from university with a B.Sc. in Human Kinetics he has worked in prosthetics and orthotics, exercise physiology and movement therapy, leading him to a practice focusing on movement dysfunction and chronic pain. He has expanded his studies into osteopathy. His practice focuses on biomechanical dysfunction and pain and cranial and visceral manipulation.

Registered Massage Therapists

Dylan McFarlane

Dylan McFarlane

Registered Massage Therapist
Dylan McFarlane

Dylan McFarlane

Registered Massage Therapist

Dylan graduated with honours from Algonquin college in the spring of 2019. In his last year of school, he practiced massage therapy at a clinic in Quebec. Furthermore, he has experience in dealing with a wide variety of injuries and impairments. Dylan begins his treatments with a thorough assessment of the issue at hand. Therefore, his approach allows for identifying the root cause and working with you to develop a treatment plan based on your goals.

Dylan was inspired to become an RMT after receiving help for a spinal injury and has made it his goal to help others with their injuries.

Additionally, Dylan loves to swim, hike, travel, snowboard, and climb in his free time.

Adam Bourne

Adam Bourne

Registered Massage Therapist
Adam Bourne

Adam Bourne

Registered Massage Therapist

Adam Bourne received his Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from Lakehead University in 2015. Then he decided to further his interest in healing the human body by taking the Advanced Massage Therapy Diploma program at Algonquin College.

During his off time, Adam enjoys getting outside and being active all year round. Hence, he is a Canadian Ski Patrol member and spends a fair amount of time on the winter slopes. And in the summer, he likes cycling in Gatineau Park, fishing, and playing various outdoor sports.

Additionally, Adam takes great pride in helping people achieve their treatment goals, whatever they may be. He takes a focused approach to treatment, looking at areas of high tension and postural imbalances, and how they affect the rest of the body. During their respective seasons, Adam works with the uOttawa Geegees football team. Furthermore, he is also the Massage Therapist for the Ottawa 67’s of the OHL.

Yoga Instructors

Meghan Hadfield

Meghan Hadfield

Yoga Teacher, SYT (CIAYT)
Meghan Hadfield

Meghan Hadfield

Yoga Teacher, SYT (CIAYT)

Meghan Hadfield has been teaching Yoga around the Ottawa/Gatineau area since 2015. She has recently completed school to become a Yoga Therapist. She has also been working one-on-one and in groups with students to help return the agency to their bodies, and to move from the busyness of the mind, truly connecting to the body’s presence. Her focuses are built from her variety of education and experience in interoceptive practices, somatic movement, Pain Care Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Ashtanga, Yin, Asanas for Autism & Special Needs, and more.

Furthermore, she has cultivated a practice that adapts to every environment based on the person(s) in the room, what they are experiencing, and what they want from the class. And you can expect to be encouraged to follow the body in classes with her – wherever you feel pulled. However you feel like moving, honour the wisdom in your own body. She is always open to all levels of experience.

Rhona Einbinder-Miller

Rhona Einbinder-Miller

Yoga Teacher
Rhona Einbinder-Miller

Rhona Einbinder-Miller

Yoga Teacher

Rhona is a certified yoga instructor (300 hours Yoga World Alliance certification and working towards 500-hour certification). Additionally, she specializes in ashtanga, vinyasa/power flow, yin and restorative yoga, yoga runners, and athletes. Being a marathon runner and having studied ballet, jazz, and hip-hop for more than 25 years, therefore she brings personal experience in teaching yoga for dancers and runners, and seniors. Her yoga classes are also adaptable to all levels and ages and combine active yang poses with restorative and yin asana.

Restorative yoga is especially beneficial after traveling or complementing other athletic pursuits, leaving the mind and body rejuvenated and relaxed.

Furthermore, Rhona speaks both French and English fluently. And she has also been teaching yoga since 2011, at various studios, gyms, and community centres in Ottawa and international resorts in Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America.

In addition to being a yogi, as a second career, Rhona is a lawyer. She loves witnessing yoga’s physical and mental benefits to her students. She says that it is indeed enriching to see her students leaving her classes calmer and more refreshed than before they came to class.

Sarah Botros

Sarah Botros

Yoga Teacher
Sarah Botros

Sarah Botros

Yoga Teacher

Sarah Botros is a 200hr Yoga Alliance certified instructor and shares her passion for grounding, empowerment, conscious rest, connection with the earth and energy healing through her classes. Sarah has a personal practice that helped find her way back to herself after many challenging years and inspired her to learn more about yoga mechanics, energetics and traditions. In 2020 Sarah was ready to share the power of this practice, completing her Ashtanga-Vinyasa teacher training in Goa, India, followed by a 20hr Yin yoga course and multiple energy healing courses.

Over the years, Sarah has taught group and private classes, hosted workshops, led local and international retreats, and shared her offerings virtually. She loves crafting creative flows that make you sweat and smile and sharing sequences that encourage you to explore your edges. Helping students gain mobility, actively relax and embrace discomfort through Yin has a special place in her heart. This combination of activation and surrender will help you restore balance in your body, mind, heart and soul. Sarah's classes incorporate grounding, breath, mobility, body awareness, exploration and cultivating self-trust. She encourages her students to listen to the wisdom of their bodies, align with nature's cycles, and embody the yogic path by bringing their practice off the mat and into the world.

Sarah meets her students with an open heart and calm energy and is always excited to share her wisdom.

A favourite Sanskrit quote that aligns with her ethos (and that you will hear in class often) is
"Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu" - "May all beings everywhere live happily and freely, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute to that happiness and freedom."

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