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Your Professional Team

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Hedi Shah

Trauma-Informed Personal Trainer & Movement Specialist.

(She/Her)

American Council on Exercise, European Register of Exercise Professionals, Full Range Conditioning (ACE, EREP, FRC)

I am committed to changing the narrative around movement and our stories about our bodies. Through my unique integrative movement approach, I guide clients to move beyond their perceived limits around exercise (i.e., injuries, chronic pain, fear of activity, etc.) Over the years, I helped hundreds of humans build solid strength for life by improving their movement patterns, habitual behaviors, relationship with their breath, mobility and flexibility, weaknesses, and nervous system capacity. I believe our body has magical powers to heal and restore when we are willing to do the deep work.

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Jaleesa Bygrave

Mental Health Counselor

(She/Her)

Masters in Social Work, Bachelor of Social Work,

Registered Social Worker

(MSW, BSW, RSW)

My expertise lies in supporting clients with the emotional impacts of experiencing various forms of racism and/or ableism in their lives. I also take an intersectional approach and recognize how other factors such as gender identity, sexual orientation, class, etc. can intersect with racism and/or ableism. I use different counselling modalities such as cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy or narrative therapy in my approach to supporting clients.

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Emma Hickey

Naturopath and Holistic Nutritionist

(She/Her)

Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy; Diploma of Applied Holistic Nutrition; Bachelor of Education (Primary)

(BHSc, CNP (Nat), B.Ed) 

I provide a balanced and comprehensive approach to health and wellbeing, based on your unique health goals, challenges and needs. I support you through the process of integrating small but significant changes, incorporating dietary advice, nutritional supplementation, herbal medicine and lifestyle counselling.  

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Jessica Villegas

Success Coach for Teen and 

Young Adults

(She/Her)

Academic Life Coach (ALC)

I work with teens and young adults to design value-based systems of thinking and execution that work for their lives. Through my 12-session E.T.A. (Empower. Transform. Achieve.) program we test these systems to ensure a good fit and we walk through how these systems can be applied to different areas of life into the future. Working with a success coach can help you to overcome challenges with resilience and confidence and feel happy, successful and in-control no matter your external circumstances. I can't wait to meet with you and succeed together as a team!  

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Silvianna Muscedere

Lawyer

(She/Her)

Bachelor of Laws, Juris Doctor, Member of the Ontario Bar Association in good standing (B.A., LL.B, J.D) 

I am a lawyer with the Office of the Worker Adviser (OWA) who specializes in assisting non-unionized injured workers. I can provide services related to Wills, Power of Attorneys, contract review, and is a Notary Public.  I have experience in mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution. 

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Hedi Shah

Trauma-Informed Personal Trainer & Movement Specialist.

(She/Her)

American Council on Exercise, European Register of Exercise Professionals, Full Range Conditioning (ACE, EREP, FRC)

I am committed to changing the narrative around movement and our stories about our bodies. Through my unique integrative movement approach, I guide clients to move beyond their perceived limits around exercise (i.e., injuries, chronic pain, fear of activity, etc.) Over the years, I helped hundreds of humans build solid strength for life by improving their movement patterns, habitual behaviors, relationship with their breath, mobility and flexibility, weaknesses, and nervous system capacity. I believe our body has magical powers to heal and restore when we are willing to do the deep work.

Attend Virtual Workshops

Michelle McVittie

Mental Health Counselor

(She/Her)

Masters in Social Work, Bachelor of Social Work,

Registered Social Worker

(MSW, BSW, RSW)

My expertise lies in supporting clients with the emotional impacts of experiencing various forms of racism and/or ableism in their lives. I also take an intersectional approach and recognize how other factors such as gender identity, sexual orientation, class, etc. can intersect with racism and/or ableism. I use different counselling modalities such as cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy or narrative therapy in my approach to supporting clients.

Attend Virtual Workshops

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