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Jean-Sébastien Martin


Jean-Sébastien Martin is a rock climber and physiotherapist who graduated from l’Université de Montréal in 2015. Since, he has been helping his patients reach their goals, avoid injuries, and optimize their recovery. Jean-Sébastien will first assess your problem and then develop a rehabilitation program specific to your needs. His experiences and training have led him to develop an expertise in treating injuries related to climbing, weight lifting, running as well as hand injuries. Jean-Sébastien continuously perfects his treatment techniques and will adapt to your needs. If you have any questions, he will be happy to answer. You can contact him by email

Nedelya Savcheva

Massage therapist

A former psychology student, Nedelya decided to take a more proactive approach to help people. She therefore undertook studies in massage therapy and is now certified as a physiotherapist specializing in sports. With her versatile approach, she contributes to the prevention or recovery of injuries at the earliest stages of your multidisciplinary treatment. In order to have an optimal impact, Nedelya likes to mix her treatment techniques: passive stretching, isometry, immunotherapy and fasciathéerapie. If necessary, she uses lymphatic drainage. Curious by nature, she is always broadening her knowledge and on the lookout for new approaches to improve your well-being.

Vicente A Chacon


Fascinated by the human body and its great potential, Vicente studied at the Collège d'Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal. In 2021, he received a research prize for his work on the impact of cranial osteopathy treatment on the level of anxiety. Vicente’s approach focuses on your symptoms, but above all on the cause of the problem. His treating method consists of various osteopathic manipulations and adjustments to promote body mobility and general health. Vicente has also completed various specialized training courses on the treatment of acute or chronic disorders of the musculoskeletal system, the digestive system and the nervous system as well as concussions. His practice is also influenced by his passion for activities such as rock climbing, bouldering, calisthenics, running, yoga and meditation. Currently working with clients of all ages, Vicente could support you in your personal needs as well as team up with your trainer and other health professionals to offer the best service.

Alexandra Morin-Richard


Alexandra is a nutritionist and member of the "Ordre professionnel des diététistes-nutritionnistes du Québec" (ODNQ). She graduated from the Université de Montréal and favors an inclusive, balanced and unrestricted sapproach, centered on individual needs. An outdoor and endurance sports enthusiast, Alexandra is juggling trail running, climbing, cross-country skiing and cycling sessions. She uses her professional skills and interests to guide people to optimize their energy levels around exercise and get the maximum enjoyment from it. Having taken various training courses in sports nutrition, eating disorders and digestive problems, Alexandra is constantly striving to help people improve their relationship with food. Whether the goal is to veganize one's diet, improve eating habits or rediscover the pleasure of eating, she does her utmost to help people achieve a healthy, sustainable lifestyle that is unique to each individual.

Tristan Smith-Klooster


Tristan first began climbing 20 years ago, and it has remained one of his driving passions ever since. After graduating from McGill with a MSc. in Physiotherapy and a Bachelors in Kinesiology from Vancouver Island University, he decided that the only logical course was to combine his two passions. To that end, Tristan began to work on his MDT certification, and sought out opportunities to study alongside talented therapists such as Dr. Jared Vagy, and Julien Descheneaux, to be able to help patients by having the best available tools at his disposal.