take ownership of their recovery; empowering them with an understanding of their injury and promoting an active approach to recovery.
Marnie has a post-graduate certificate in mechanical diagnosis and therapy, and has taken numerous post-graduate courses in manual therapy, neurodynamics, myo-fascial release, and womens’ health. While in Toronto, she was a clinical lab assistant with the University of Toronto Physical Therapy program. She has lectured for numerous running groups on topics such as running biomechanics and injury prevention.
Outside of work, Marnie is an avid runner with a love of the half marathon distance. She keeps
active with hiking, downhill skiing, baseball, core and strength training, and new this year, skate skiing! As the mother of two young children, she is passionate about facilitating the journey new mothers
take to regain their previous level of fitness. To further this goal, Marnie has undergone training in pre and post natal care, core retraining, and pelvic pain and incontinence.