Nathalie Beaulieu has been passionate about health and sport since her youth. She aspires to share her expertise with people who are willing to adopt a healthy, balanced lifestyle and strive to reach optimal health and fitness.
In 2003, Nathalie took a fitness course in Australia and she continued learning massage therapy in Montreal the following year. Through this approach, Nathalie discovered her passion, osteopathy, and she started the course in 2005. She has worked in conjunction with other therapists and several professional athletes to gain experience. Her interest in health led her to constantly deepen her knowledge through postgraduate and other related courses to meet her diverse and growing clientele. She graduated from the ASOQ in somatherapy, fasciology and craniotherapy. In 2012 she wrote a thesis on chronic low back pain.
Joanie discovered osteopathy in order to treat her own injuries due to years of training as a volleyball player. After her career with the uOttawa Gee-Gees, Joanie turned to yoga to allow her body to recover and to regain balance as a result of many years of hard training.
Certified teacher in Vinyasa Flow and Hatha, in 2013 and 2015 respectively, her teachings now include several disciplines including ELDOA (longitudinal stretching in osteo-adaptive decoaptation articular). Finally, Joanie began her studies at the Sutherland Academy of Osteopathy of Quebec (ASOQ) in 2015. She will complete her studies, which include her thesis on Morton's neuroma, in 2021. She has also graduated in somatherapy, fasciology and craniotherapy from ASOQ.