Manual Osteopathic Practitioner
Amanda’s studies began in 2014 at the leading school of Classical Osteopathy. Amanda achieved her training as a Manual Osteopathic Practitioner with a Master of Practice Diploma in Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences. Her fresh personality and calm demeanor, is the cornerstone of her approach to her client’s overall wellness. After being a Dental Assistant for almost 10 years, she knew it was a time for change and so evolved her love for the uniqueness of the human body. Amanda credits her passion for learning, and helping others, to her love of horses and her rescue dog, Forrest. Her intuitive approach to Osteopathy is akin to the silent relationship and trust built with her animals.
Amanda has a thorough knowledge of functional anatomy and physiology with extensive hands-on training and clinical experience. As a licensed member of the Ontario Osteopathic Association, treatment fees are eligible for coverage by extended health care plans.
Along with her husband, Amanda owns and operates the successful Fieldstone Farm, where they raise, train and breed Canadian Sport Horses and American Quarter Horses. They have had many accomplishments over the years with their animals. Their most recent success was their qualification to the National Barrel Horse Association World Show, held in Perry, Georgia. Not only did they qualify to run against the best 800 horses from all across North America, Australia, France, Italy and Slovakia, they gained the opportunity to run in the finals of the top 250.