Ryan has been practicing since 2000; Ryan has completed the 5 year post
graduate, Osteopathic Manual Practitioners program from the Canadian College
of Osteopathy. Recently, Ryan completed his research dissertation titled
"Neurocognitive Effect of Cranial Osteopathy Within the Concussed Population".
The data yielded substantial information of interest including; cranial osteopathy
decreased symptoms of those suffering from a concussion three times faster
than the control group. These result have further fuelled Ryan's passion and
dedication to the subject and he continues to work extensively with the
Ryan has specialized in “athlete care”, he has worked 9 years in the Jr. A.
Hockey ranks as a therapist, for both the Stouffville Spirit and the Newmarket
Hurricane organizations. He had national experience with elite amateur athletes
at the 2002 Canada Summer Games. Ryan spent 6 seasons, as an integral
member of Toronto Blue Jays medical team."
Ryan was named to the international medical team for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Ryan has a unique knowledge base and skill set, that looks at the body as one
whole identity. Ryan looks forward to facilitating the inner physician to achieve
“OPTIMAL HEALTH” within everyone he works with.!
Norma has been working in the field of transformational therapy for the past twenty years. She has gained expertise in a variety of Specialized Kinesiologies including Educational Kinesiology, Touch for Health, One Brain. Norma has also spent many years studying vibrational healing, in the form of Radionics, Hands on Healing, and Access Consciousness. Experience has allowed Norma the ability to resonate with the correct energies, intuitively connecting with the needs of her clients. Norma believes that connecting and healing through the heart allows the person to open and feel safe. A relaxed state of mind and body is the vehicle to opening the eye into the subconscious, which holds the knowledge of our history.
From a very young age I knew I had the potential to tap into something beyond our conscious mind. Not knowing at the time how to nurture it I lost contact with that part of myself. Through my passion to help others and massage therapy being the start of it all, I’ve been on a path to get back to the place where I can reach the subconscious mind in order to help clients reach their full health potential.
I graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydro Therapy with honours. I knew going through the massage therapy program it would provide me an opportunity to learn in great detail more about the human body and how we work. And for the past 10 years I’ve been able to apply that knowledge to provide healing to my clients.
Along my path I’ve been blessed to of found Reiki and all of its wonderful positive energy. On my journey to become a Reiki Master I truly began to understand the power of the mind, body and soul connection and I’ve been able to align myself and nurture the incredible gift I had lost.
As I continue to grow and learn to be my best self, I am eager for you to build upon being your best self through our journey together.
Over the last five years I have been facilitating community sound circles to support local charities and bring therapeutic sound to those who participate.
Massage therapy practice had included working with those with: chronic pain management, anxiety, rehabilitation, motor vehicle accidents, lymphatic drainage, women's health, deep tissue therapy, prenatal and pediatric massage.
Clinical Hypnosis experience includes working with those healing anxiety, severe depression, intense fears, eating disorders, reducing stress, healing self-esteem.
I have interests in plant & mushroom photography, music, spending time with my husband and our three lively boys cycling, hiking, swimming, sledding or snowshoeing.
I am thankful for the ongoing opportunities to work with individuals in our community, as well as teach with other therapists and facilitators! Thank you for sharing your journey with me.
For more information https://www.sarahfeinertherapies.com