Therapists / Practitioners
Dr. Aaron Case
Chiropractor & ART Therapist
Dr. Case’s past experience includes 10 years of full-time formal education in Biochemistry, Exercise Physiology, and Chiropractic as well as training in Active Release Techniques® (ART), Graston® Therapy and as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). After 6 years at UBC, Dr. Case spent 4 years at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto, graduating with Cum Laude and Clinic Honors.
Dr. Case treats numerous recreational, professional and Olympic athletes. Professional musicians are also frequently treated by Dr. Case including, members the Vancouver Opera, Symphony, Ballet as well other local band musicians.
Dr. Case’s self experimentation through running allows him to experience firsthand how injuries feel and heal. He finds these experiences improve his ability to guide and treat his patients through their injuries above and beyond his continual academic readings of recent research and continued education.
To learn more about Dr. Case and his practice, visit his website: www.draaroncase.com.
Brent’s belief that our bodies inherently seek balance led him to study yoga and ultimately receive his teaching certification 2009. He built on this foundation by studying Rolfing® Structural Integration (SI) in Boulder, CO.
As a Rolfer™, Brent has worked with his clients to relieve chronic pain, set new athletic personal bests, and rediscover a lost connection to their bodies. Whether clients want to add to their bench press, stand on their hands, or feel better playing with their kids, Brent believes that our bodies are full of incredible potential.
To learn more about Brent and Rolfing® Structural Integration, visit his website: www.hillandskyrolfing.com.
Michael graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of British Columbia and earned a degree in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria. He is certified in Acupuncture, Gunn IMS and the Selective Functional Movement Screen. In addition to physiotherapy, Michael is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and has been working with athletes of all levels for over 15 years. Michael applies the principles of functional movement, with a focus on preventative health and determining the underlying source of dysfunction, in his approach to treatment.
Michael is a proud father of two, a three time Ironman Triathlon finisher and enjoys running, skiing, tennis, golf, hockey and everything else that gets him outdoors. He is a former Body & Soul Personal Trainer and has returned to the studio with his physiotherapy practice, Halestorm Physiotherapy & Sport Conditioning.
To learn more about Michael and his practice, visit his website: www.halestorm.ca.
Mónica’s love of breath, anatomy and self-care led her to study Rolfing® Structural Integration (SI) in Boulder, CO, where she received her certification as a Rolfer™. She has worked on all types of clients, including people who want to improve performance, relieve pain and discomfort, increase flexibility, and feel more empowered in their bodies. Her practice of Rolfing SI is about positive change and connection; she wants to get her clients back to the things they love to do!
Mónica is no stranger to health and fitness. She became a student of yoga in 2002 and her fascination with the mind-body connection led her to begin teaching yoga in 2009.
To learn more about Mónica and Rolfing® Structural Integration, visit her website:www.hillandskyrolfing.com.