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Meet the Village Wellness Clinic Team

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Dr. Christine Wozniak

Every day, I get to help people express their true health, naturally. I’m here for them to uncover what’s really going on in their body and come up with a solution to move forward.

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Dr. Camille Nghiem-Phu

I love the challenge of looking for the root cause of a patient’s health concern or chronic illness. It’s an investigation-sifting through a lot of history so we aren’t just treating the symptoms.

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Reshmi Cain, RMT

Helping Patients Heal

Reshmi joined our team in 2002 and has expanded her skills working in our multi-disciplinary clinic. She has treated numerous conditions, including plantar fasciitis, headaches, frozen shoulder, tendonitis, carpal tunnel, and stroke patients to name a few.

I love my job. It is stress-free and I have the opportunity to help people all day long. Clients are happy to come and see me and they’re happy when they leave.

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Nathan Leong, RMT and Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Nathan Leong is a Registered Massage Therapist, and graduated from the College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2009. For the past 5 years, he has been working at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in North York and at Mayfair Racquet and Fitness Club in downtown Toronto.

During this time, he has treated many clients with different needs, from athletes, seniors, children to regular massage clients. His treatments relieve pain, improve recovery time, and most importantly reduce stress.

Continuing Education and Training

Nathan is always striving to further his education, and is currently completing his studies at the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine to become an acupuncturist.

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Beverly Wootton, RMT

Bio coming soon

Stacey Brown, RMT

Stacey Brown headshotStacey Brown is a Registered Massage Therapist with an advanced diploma in Massage Therapy from Sir Sandford Fleming College. She is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario since 2015. She enjoys working with people of all ages, backgrounds, and ailments. Stacey takes pride in helping her clients feel better. She uses her understanding of massage therapy to help people get better and back to the things they love doing.

Along with Swedish massage techniques, Stacey provides a therapeutic treatment that can range from relaxation to deep tissue therapy. She understands that every individual is unique, and creates a personalized treatment plan for each of her clients that will best lead them on their own journey towards optimum health and wellness.


Stacey also has a background in fitness and health education and is passionate about healthy eating and being active. She encourages people to stay active and to always remember to stretch! Stacey plans to continue her education by completing her personal training and fitness instructor specialist certification.

Feel Better Today

Our massage therapists look forward to meeting you in person and learning how we may be of service to you. Give Village Wellness Clinic a call to explore your options.


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Zori Galstanian, Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Since my early childhood, I was attracted to the medical field. It was therefore normal for me to move towards medical school after completing high school. But very soon, I realized that the allopathic medicine didn’t interest me. So I tried to find a different specialty, which could suggest an original therapy.

And I discovered Osteopathy: to me it was obvious, because first of all, it is a holistic medicine, which allows us to have a complete vision of the patient and his troubles, and so to better understand him and to be in a total empathy.

Then, it is a manual medicine, non-invasive, respectful of the human body, allowing me to practice daily the art of touch. It is an extraordinary power for a practitioner to treat a patient with his hands. I see Osteopathy as an art, a philosophy, a passion, but in no case as a simple job.

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After a 6-year full time study at the Ecole Supérieure d’Ost éopathie (Paris, France), I obtained my diploma (Ostéopathe Français, DO) in 2007.

Since the beginning of my studies, I have worked with musicians, singers and dancers during festivals and concerts and that is why I choose to complete a research study on Osteopathy and musicians.


I worked from 2008 to 2015 in my private clinic (Paris area), where I had the opportunity to treat more than 2000 patients, from newborns to seniors, also pregnant women, sportsmen, disabled persons… with various diseases.

I use a wide variety of techniques (cranial, visceral, structural, myofascial, soft tissue approaches), which are always adapted to each patient and never traumatic.

Over 10 years of clinical practice allowed me to refine my palpation and to find and treat quickly the primary cause of the disease. This holistic vision of the human body which characterizes Osteopathy led me work collaboratively with many other practitioners. Furthermore, I try every year to receive new extensive trainings (in nutrition, birth and newborns, emergencies, optometry, fascia, sports injuries, pregnancy,…)

I also had the great opportunity to participate in the creation of the association “Les ostéos du Coeur” for Paris area and to be one of the managers since 2013. This association regroups voluntary Osteopaths, who provide free osteopathic sessions for low income population.

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Our osteopath looks forward to meeting you in person and learning how we may be of service to you. Give Village Wellness Clinic a call to explore your options.


Meet The Team at Village Wellness Clinic | (905) 471-5311