Laurent Caille graduated in 1996 with a BSc in Osteopathy from the University of Wales, UK. He has practiced and taught osteopathy for over 22 years in Europe and Quebec, specializing in chronic pain. For the last three years has been working with the Office Professional toward the legalization of osteopathy in Quebec. Laurent is practising mindfulness meditation for the past 35 years, 15 of which he was a Buddhist monk. He qualified in Mindfulness-Based Chronic Pain Management at the University of Toronto, awarded by the NeuroNova Centre with Dr Jackie Gardner-Nix.
Mr. Caille’s osteopathic care programs aim to relieve pain as quickly as possible, keeping in mind the long-term benefits and comfort of the patient. Clear communication, education and prevention form the pillars of his osteopathic care programs. Being completely bilingual Mr. Caille welcomes patients from both the English and French-speaking communities.
Her approach is at once structural, visceral and cranial. Her passion for the human body and movement led her to begin her studies in physiotherapy at McGill University in 2003. Earlier, she trained in classical dance at the Grands Ballets Canadiens dance school (École Supérieure de Danse du Québec). She has also completed a yoga teaching program and has been teaching since 2012 to a varied clientele as a member of the International Yoga Federation. Her scientific rigor and curiosity make her a meticulous osteopath, on the lookout for the latest breakthroughs in the field. Her clientele is family oriented, but she is particularly interested in athletes, babies/children and women’s health. Her many work experiences abroad (Africa, South America and Oceania) have allowed her to develop a vision of openness and sensitivity that she applies in her practic