Paul Wagner

Paul is passionate about movement. His journey began at Simon Fraser University where he received a Bachelor of Arts diploma in 1988. Paul moved to Montreal in 1989 and from that time on, he worked extensively with dancers and athletes to improve their training methods and to teach bio-mechanics, Pilates, and other forms of training in order to facilitate performance and reduce wear on the body. He taught in private institutions such as Les Ateliers de Danse Moderne de Montréal as well as at Concordia University in Montreal. His thirst for understanding led him to undertake studies in Homeopathy and then in Osteopathy at the Collège d'Études Ostéopathiques where he received his Diploma of Osteopathy in 2006. Paul was also awarded graduating honours for excellence in research in osteopathy. Since that time, Paul has continued to pursue his studies in areas such as the Muscle and Joint Chains of Godelieve Denis-Struyf D.O. (which he completed in 2006), Mechanical Link, and advanced Cranial Osteopathy. Paul returned to Vancouver in 2007 where he set up practice in North Vancouver and is currently a teacher for the Collège d'Études Ostéopathiques. He has taught osteopathy for the Collège d'Études Ostéopathiques in Montréal, Vancouver, SICO in Switzerland, and the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Winnipeg. As of, 2010 – 2011 Paul's new projects include working with Ballet B.C. Paul enjoys working with people to help them find a way to work through their issues, and through the use of corrective exercises and understanding of body use, helps patients become more autonomous in their healing process.

Paul is a registered member of the Society for the Promotion of Manual Practice Osteopathy (BC) and has been a member of the Registry of Québec Osteopaths.