Tomorrow is a gift, not a promise.
Jami is a health and wellness consultant, registered physiotherapist, writer, and certified yoga instructor. Her areas of expertise include self-care for healthcare practitioners and caregivers, avoiding and recovering from professional burnout, helping clients set and achieve realistic life and wellness goals, and symptom management for chronic conditions.
Jami has a Master of Arts in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa, during which her focus was on sport and exercise psychology and the psychology of peak performance and coaching. In addition to her MA, Jami also has a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in Kingston, ON, a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Concordia University in Montréal, QC, and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Bishop’s University in Sherbrooke, QC. She also has her 200HR level Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher’s certification from Frog Lotus Yoga.
Jami has extensive training and professional experience in psychology and coaching, as well as a background in physical therapy and exercise science, As such, she is an expert in stress management, successful habit change, pain mitigation, and exercise adherence.
Jami believes in a holistic approach to health and wellness and has a large arsenal of tools at her disposal that allow her to be an effective life and wellness coach. She has training in yoga therapy, relaxation techniques, meditation, imagery and visualization, and breathwork, and is committed to helping her clients achieve their goals.
Creating a safe and supportive environment for her clients to explore their boundaries is of the utmost importance to Jami. She understands that facing personal limitations and having the courage to try something new can be incredibly intimidating. She strives to provide a space in which her clients feel secure enough to do this. With over a decade of experience in education, she has learned many different teaching techniques to help people at all ability levels feel comfortable and safe.
Jami’s mission is to educate her clients and empower them to take a more active approach to their own wellbeing. She currently provides individual coaching packages as well as small-group meetings and, being an avid travel enthusiast with a serious case of wanderlust, her newest project in the works is the development of a series of future destination stress and wellness retreats to be held both here in Canada and abroad.
When she is not writing or coaching, Jami continues to practice physiotherapy and teach yoga.
She is a member of L’Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec (The Professional Order for Physiotherapy in Québec) and is registered with the Canadian Yoga Alliance.