Meet our Team
How We Can Help
Whether you are recovering from a sports injury or accident, or experiencing chronic pain, migraines, or digestive issues, our experienced and compassionate team can help you live a healthy, fulfilling life.
We offer Massage Therapy, Manual Osteopathy, and Yoga Classes, and can build personalized plans based on your unique circumstances.
We are committed to helping you feel great once again.
Meet Our Team
We are a passionate team of Manual Osteopaths, Registered Massage Therapists, and Yoga Instructors who love what we do.
Our team members hold the highest standards in our professions. Learn more about how our Massage Therapy, Manual Osteopathy, or Yoga services can help boost your health and wellness. We invite you to join us in our peaceful space, and our team is excited to meet you. i
Liam Graham-MortonManual 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).
Lhiza JulioManual Osteopathic Practitioner
Lhiza holds a Doctorate in Osteopathy from the National University of Medical Sciences (Madrid Spain), a Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP) from the National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the Philippines.
Her approach to treatment is holistic and client-centered. She works to help the body heal itself and restore natural balance and supports each individual’s optimal health. Also, Lhiza has more than 12 years of experience in various healthcare settings.
In addition to being a compassionate and sensitive person, Lhiza’s great passion is to bring healing to people. She is also a dedicated mother and wife and enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Lhiza also loves to travel and finds excitement in meeting people from different ethnicities, cultures, and traditions. She enjoys cooking, baking, yoga, meditation, and reading.
Sofia CaricoteManual 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.
Lucy JonesRegistered Massage Therapist
Graduating in 2016 from Algonquin College, Lucy began her career as an RMT working with a diverse clientele and vast injuries. After two years, she shifted her focus to rehabilitation with athletes, post-war injuries, and PTSD with veterans. Her early love for massage and helping others and sports and a personal history of playing competitive hockey influenced her decision to become a Registered Massage Therapist. Lucy utilizes deep tissue myofascial, reflexive, and neuromuscular techniques most within her practice. She takes a long-term solution rather than a quick fix.
Also, Lucy enjoys working out, cooking, and keeping up with her energetic dog in her free time.
Erin HobsonRegistered Massage Therapist
Dylan McFarlaneRegistered 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 BourneRegistered 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.
Emma RoseManual Osteopathic Practitioner
Emma graduated with a Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP) from the National Academy of Osteopathy in 2016. She then continued her studies at the National University of Medical Sciences (NUMSS) to complete the online Doctor of Osteopathy (DO, Spain) Program. Since graduating and beginning her work as a manual osteopathic practitioner, Emma has also taken multiple continuing education courses in Neurokinetic Therapy, Immaculate Dissection, and Visceral Manipulation through the Barral Institute.
Emma’s love for the body began long ago when she started dancing at a young age. She pursued a Bachelor’s Honors degree majoring in Dance through the School of Contemporary Dancers, affiliated with the University of Winnipeg. Upon graduating in 2010, Emma danced professionally with Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers and Gearshifting Performance Works. Around that time, she also discovered a love for yoga and pursued her (RYT) yoga teacher training. She has been teaching studio and private classes since 2012.
In 2014 Emma traveled to Thailand to learn Thai massage at the Old Medicine Hospital Thai Massage School Shivagakomarapaj, where she had the pleasure of learning from many skilled traditional practitioners.
Emma believes in a holistic and multidisciplinary approach to healing as it can be a complex and challenging journey for some. She strives to help people build awareness and mindfulness around their body, movement, and wellness in her practice.
Emma loves to stay active and be outdoors. She spends her free time cycling, practicing yoga, playing soccer, snowboarding, or relaxing with wine or tea and a great book.
Note: When booking an initial appointment with Emma, please schedule a 75 minute appointment.
Jessica JohalRegistered Massage Therapist
After leaving the corporate world to complete her yoga teacher training in India, Jessica was motivated to continue searching for a role that would allow her to help people inhabit their bodies comfortably, functionally, and joyfully. This motivation led Jessica to Massage Therapy. Through this passion, Jessica is committed to serving the health and well-being of her clients.
Jessica graduated from Vancouver’s Langara College, where she had the opportunity to work with various clients such as professional dancers, recreational athletes, pregnant people, and infants, and people with MS and spinal cord injury.
When out and about, Jessica enjoys exploring her new home in Ottawa by bicycle.
Meghan HadfieldYoga Teacher, SYT
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.
Julia LubunYoga Teacher
Julia is a long-time yogi who gained her 200YTT during 2018 in Hoi An, Vietnam. She has also studied both Hatha and Ashtanga techniques. Julia’s teaching style combines strength and flexibility, so get ready to build heat and sweat!
She believes that the most rewarding part of practising yoga is finding comfort in a once tricky pose. Her philosophy is that yoga is a practice, not meant to reach perfection but to enjoy the journey towards a happier and healthier you.
See you on the mat!
Rhona Einbinder-MillerYoga 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.
Stacey JohnsonYoga Teacher
Stacey completed her RYT-200 in Power Vinyasa Yoga with Baron Baptiste in 2012 and has seen her practice grow and expand ever since. Shortly after completing her initial training, her way took a more therapeutic focus. She used her knowledge of yoga philosophy and asana to heal from an injury.
Since that time, Stacey has taken advanced workshops in several areas including Yin Yoga, meditation, sequencing and yoga for trauma. Stacey is passionate about finding the right variation of the asana, which will work for you and help you find the balance between challenge and ease in each posture.
Whether you are an experienced yogi or new to the practice, Stacey will guide you through your procedure with a gentle and mindful approach.
Loli MoonYoga Instructor
Yoga found Loli at a time in her life where she lost connection with herself. As a retired professional ballerina, being connected to her body has always been important. Over time, she became disconnected and didn’t know where to turn. That’s where yoga came in!
Loli believes in yoga as a consistent practice. Anyone can have a sense of tranquility and connection. We all must take a moment for ourselves, to connect and listen to what our body is telling us. As your teacher, it’s her mission to guide you to finding tranquility and connection within, while following your highest excitement.
In class, you will learn to connect with your mind, body, and spirit. Join Loli for a moment to disconnect from the 3D realm and connect to the 4D and 5D realms. Together we can align with our higher selves and vibrate peace to everything around us.
Book Your Appointment Today
If you're ready to start improving your overall health and wellbeing, book your appointment with Glebe Osteopathy & Wellness today. Our experienced service providers will work with you to determine your best course of treatment, based on your individual needs.
Most extended health care benefits cover our Massage Therapy and Osteopathy services. Please consult your insurance provider to verify what coverage your plan provides.
We require 24 hours notice for a cancelled appointment. Patients cancelling an appointment with less than 24 hours' notice will be charged the full rate for their service.