As the founder of Natural Alignments Wellness Clinic and Yoga, Andrea believes that to heal from an injury, regain health, or maintain overall wellness we must observe the body as a whole. Her main goal, in treatment, is to find the root cause of the problem. She also believes that our health is maintained through 3 pillars of health: physical wellness, psychological wellness and internal health/ nutrition. These pillars have been adapted into the clinic’s core beliefs.
Through her extensive osteopathic manual therapy training, as well as her experience as a coach, athlete and yoga instructor, Andrea brings a wealth of experience to the analysis and treatment of her patients.
Considering her passion for athletics, specifically volleyball, and her experience coaching both snowboarding as well as swimming, Andrea has had the opportunity to work with high performance athletes for the duration of her career. Over the past few years she has been asked to attend events ranging from USAV in Kentucky as a men’s open team therapist, to OVA-Satellite tournaments in the GTA, as well as a private therapist for Olympic level athletes.
Over the past decade she has written several articles on holistic healing and her recent article on ‘understanding body mechanics’ was published in the yoga conference magazine. As a yoga instructor and functional anatomy lecturer, Andrea has been invited to teach a variety of workshops at ‘The Yoga Conference and Show” held annually in both Toronto and in the past British Columbia.
She has been featured on CityTV-Breakfast TV several times as well as featured in Modern Mississauga Magazine, 29-secrets online magazine and more.
Master of Osteopathic Manipulative Science M.OMSc
Canadian Academy of Osteopathy-Hamilton, ON
Bachelor Of Commerce B.COMM
McMaster University-Hamilton, ON
M.OMSc –Canadian Academy of Osteopathy
Yoga Instructor –Synergy and Movement (Yoga Alliance Certified)
ELDOA – Levels 1.2
Fascial Stretch Yoga Tune Up -Jill Miller
CCPE –Council for Continuing
Women’s Medicine Speciality
Ontario Osteopathic Association
Sports Trauma and Injury Rehabilitation
Psychology –Depression and Anxiety
Osteopathic Treatment with Lifestyle Adaptation
TMJ-D, Migraines and Headaches
Originally from Brampton, ON, Satnam completed his Bachelor of Applied Science in Kinesiology from the University of Guelph in 2017. He then completed his Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University in 2019 in Halifax and practiced there for 2 years. Throughout his education he concurrently worked as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor for 5 years.
Satnam is dedicated to providing comprehensive assessments and treatments for all his clients to address any movement related concerns and issues. He is also a strong advocate for injury prevention and is always eager to share advice on how to prevent sports, workplace or hobby-related injuries to optimize performance and avoid potential setbacks.
His treatment approach is multi-faceted and consists of education, progressive exercise program design, hands-on manual therapy and instrument assisted soft tissue release techniques.
Being involved in sports and fitness his whole life, Satnam spends his free time working out and playing basketball with his friends. He also enjoys reading, cooking and hiking in the great outdoors.
Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy – Dalhousie University
Bachelor’s of Applied Science in Kinesiology – University of Guelph-Humber
Ontario College Certificate Fitness and Health Promotion – Humber College
Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)
Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions
Post-op / Pre-op rehab
Sports Injury and Sports Specific Training
Dr. Erin was born and raised in Northern Ontario where she was raised to love the outdoors and that “Movement was life.” Growing up in a family that loved to spend as much time as possible performing some type of movement activity, she developed a passion for understanding how the body moves and how to move better.
She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Guelph, majoring in Human Kinetics and minoring in Nutrition. Her passion for movement led her to New York Chiropractic College where she obtained her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. This has allowed her to learn muscle and joint mechanics and how she can impact their motion as a chiropractor. She has further completed a certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University in order to be able to directly impact the nervous system.
She uses a combination of trigger point therapy, electro-acupuncture, rehab exercises, manual muscle therapies and the chiropractic adjustment to improve upon the function of the bodies muscles, joints and nervous system. She looks forward to improving her patient’s movement patterns and allowing them to do so pain free.
Dr. Erin enjoys hiking all over Ontario with her dog, Beau. When she is not with her dog, she enjoys rock climbing and practicing her yoga technique.
Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics
Doctor of Chiropractic
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture
Ontario Chiropractic Association
Canadian Chiropractic Association
Caitlins interest in Osteopathy came from a long history of sports and sport related injuries. Learning about the benefits of Osteopathy for chronic injuries led her to follow this Osteopathic journey.
She is currently in her 3rd year at the Canadian Academy for Osteopathy in Hamilton, ON. A school which teaches Classical Osteopathy from the humble beginnings of Osteopathic literature and puts into practice at least 1000
(hands-on training) hours before graduating the 4-year program.
It is a principle based education that builds a strong foundation in Osteopathic principles to treat the body as a whole, going above and beyond using only techniques.
University of Waterloo
Bachelor of Arts in Honors Recreation and Sports Business
M.OMSc -Masters in Osteopathic Manual Science @ Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in Hamilton (Current)
CPR/AED Level C
Shevon is currently in her final year of the Child and Youth Care Program at the Toronto Metropolitan University, formally known as Ryerson University. Her passion for health and wellness has stemmed and grown from seeing the need for interpersonal exploration and the need for children and youth to be able to do so to reach their true potential. A CYW (Child and Youth Worker) is a multifaceted professional who works from the framework of “It takes a village”. Child and Youth Workers focus on the developmental needs of children and youth by working closely with the child’s micro system (family, school, church etc.) to create change within other systems that affect said child and aid development. On her off time, Shevon enjoys spending quality time with family, trying new restaurants, shopping and creating memories.
Sheridan College (Oakville)
Advanced Diploma in Child and Youth Care
Ryerson University (Toronto)
Bachelors of Arts Degree in Child and Youth Care (Current)