Cindy Gurunlian, I.O.
B. Sc (hons.) Osteopathy
BFA Contemporary Dance
Holding a BFA in Contemporary Dance from Concordia University and a graduate of the Toronto Dance Theatre, Cindy then obtained her Bachelor of Science in osteopathy, validated by the University of Wales.
Passionate about movement and the body, she proposes a therapeutic approach that links the art of osteopathy with related bodywork techniques. Cindy did her first yoga teacher training with Mark Darby and Allison Ulan in 2002, and in 2005, completed Richard Freeman’s teacher training in Boulder, Colorado, as well as a prenatal teacher training with Janice Clarfield in 2011. A certified Pilates teacher, recognized by The Pilates Method Alliance, the Stott studio, she also finished all training modules with Pilates expert Dianne Miller.
Cindy is committed to helping her clientele regain an improved state of vitality and well-being. She enjoys working with a wide variety of people and has a special interest in the study of alignment, in women’s health during and after childbirth and also in the enhancement of the endocrine and nervous system’s equilibrium related to stress.
Cindy works in English, French and Italian and is a member of Ostéopathie Québec.
Xavier Therrien, I.O.
B.Sc. (Hons) Ostéopathie
Seduced by the regenerating strength of yoga, Xavier decided to enter a teacher training of Ashtanga in 2009 under the tutelage of Allison Ulan, Eugene Poku and Jessica Goldberg. The following years were dedicated to osteopathy and deepening his yoga practice with philosophy and pranayama trainings with Michael Stone and Richard Rosen at Naada Yoga. In 2014 Xavier completed an acro yoga teacher training with Eugene Poku and Jessica Goldberg.
For Xavier, osteopathy isn’t only a career but the chance to share his passion of movement, postural equilibrium and the wellbeing they may generate. In combination with his training in yoga he integrates mindfulness within his practice of osteopathy. He has graduated with a B.Sc. in Osteopathy from the Collège d’Études Ostéopathique of Montreal in 2015.
A yoga practitioner and member of Naada Yoga since its opening, Émilie is honoured to practice massage therapy at Naada’s Therapeutic Clinic.
In 2014, Émilie completed her certificate in Swedish Massage Therapy at Kiné-Concept Institute after a career working in the film industry. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University, and currently studies Clinical Psychology at Université du Québec à Montréal.
Émilie draws from her training in Swedish Massage, Fasciatherapy, Thai Massage with oil, Table Thai-Yoga Massage, and Chair Massage to offer customized treatments. She thrives to provide a safe and present space, and to meet the unique needs of each of her clients. She also attempts to live up to her family name Karuna, which signifies Compassion in Sanskrit.
A graduate in acupuncture at Rosemont College, Sarah Raby completed her training at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of TCM in China. This experience gained abroad in a hospital environment where Western medicine and oriental medicine rub shoulders has enriched her knowledge and changed her outlook on Québec’s health care system.
In addition to acupuncture, she integrates Western traditional herbalism, Chinese herbology and nutrition into her practice. Over the years, she has gained solid experience in the treatment of pain, digestive and nervous disorders, among others.
Her treatments are for babies and children as well as for teenagers and adults, and can be offered with LASER (without needles).