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Reroot.U Wellness' mission is to help you discover your ultimate physical and mental power. We do this by tailoring every session based on your personal goals and needs.

 Everyone's journey is different!



Physiotherapist (UK), Certified Yoga Instructor, 1st dan black belt in taekwondo, avid runner and mindfulness practitioner 

My mission is to seamlessly marry the precision of physiotherapy with the holistic wisdom of mindfulness and yoga. As a Torontonian, I pursued my physiotherapy education in the UK and cultivated diverse training experiences in various cities across the UK and Kenya. 

Throughout my professional journey, I've had the privilege of working with neuromuscular and musculoskeletal patients, offering me invaluable insights into the intricacies of the human body. Beyond the clinical realm, a significant part of my life has been devoted to mastering taekwondo and kickboxing. Through these disciplines, I've come to appreciate the profound impact of the mind on fear, opponent management, and pain perception. 

In 2017, my path took a transformative turn as I embraced mindfulness and yoga. Beyond the physical, mental, and spiritual gains, these practices became the cornerstone of my approach to holistic well-being. Eager to deepen my understanding, I embarked on a transformative journey to India in 2019, where I earned my yoga teacher training certificate.

Today, my goal is to share the harmonious blend of my therapeutic expertise and mindfulness practices. My approach transcends conventional treatments, addressing the interconnected nature of physical and mental well-being. Having personally witnessed the transformative power of these integrated practices, it brings me immense joy to guide others toward a path of greater health, happiness, and contentment.

Come join me on this journey of holistic healing, where the mind, body, and spirit converge for lasting well-being.

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"Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self"                                        

  -The Bhagavad Gita

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