Fluid Motion Clinic of Osteopathy began in 2008 and has since provided osteopathic treatment and education to the greater Vancouver region. Our goal is to offer quality osteopathic treatment and manual healthcare for people in many various states of health. Our team consists of osteopathic practitioners that are active in research, teaching, and forming of the osteopathic profession.
Fluid Motion has recently added Kinesiology to the clinic. Please see our practitioner page for information and to meet our practitioners.
Bradley has been a North Shore resident since 2001. He spends time with his family enjoying the beauty and activities of the city. He has a passion for philosophy, enjoys teaching and discovering practical, efficient ways to improve health.
Bradley discovered the effectiveness of manual therapy through Structural Integration after work related injuries. He studied Structural Integration in Boulder Colorado and began practicing in 2011. Desiring a more comprehensive approach he enrolled in the osteopathic program at the Canadian School of Osteopathy (C.S.O), finishing his thesis on methods of evaluation in the osteopathic practice. Bradley is now a professor and clinical supervisor at the C.S.O. He teaches the General Osteopathic treatment and the introduction to digestive treatment. He is a Co-owner of Fluid Motion Clinic of Osteopathy
Bradley has developed his skills in many different osteopathic methods. He has training both in advanced cranial methods and classical osteopathic approaches.
Bradley enjoys a challenge and is always curious as to what osteopathy can do to increase our health and better our lives.
Christophe moved from France to Vancouver in 1998. He left his master of engineering behind with no regret after discovering his passion for human health. He has lived on the North Shore since 2010. He enjoys hiking, kayaking and camping with his family.
Christophe has been a registered massage therapist since 2002. He completed the 5 year osteopathic program at the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques of Montreal (Vancouver Campus) in 2013. Christophe has taught cranio-sacral therapy for massage therapy students, he is a thesis advisor and a thesis jury member for the Canadian School of Osteopathy.
Christophe continues to develop his skills through post graduate courses such as “Neurosciences Applied to Osteopathy”, “Mechanical Link” (treatments of the musculoskeletal system, the cranium, organs, blood vessels and nerves), and courses designed to continue the development of palpation skills, essential to osteopathy.
Christophe feels privileged to work in osteopathy, a profession that provides healing through gentle techniques. Every day brings opportunities to witness the natural health abilities of each of his patients.
Lyndsay wants to keep you active and aligned so that you can enjoy your life without pain or limitations. Lyndsay was drawn to osteopathy because it allows her to address all parts and systems of the body–osteopathy gives her the biggest range of options for treatment and prevention.
Lyndsay started training as a massage therapist in 1998, and began studying osteopathy as soon as she discovered it in 2001. She completed her education in 2010 and is a registered massage therapist and osteopathic manual practitioner. Lyndsay attends continuing education courses regularly and serves on Osteopathy BC, the provincial osteopathic association, as a board member and treasurer.
Lyndsay treats all ages and uses a variety of techniques–including craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, and fascial release–all aimed at improving mobility and circulation while decreasing pain and discomfort.
Outside of the clinic you can find Lyndsay exploring the mountains with friends and loved ones, hiking, biking, or skiing. She loves to hear about new adventure and trails!
Marjorie Dufresne-Gagnon (B.Sc.)
Osteopathic practitioner Kinesiologist
Marjorie is a graduate of the Canadian School of Osteopathy
Marjorie is a graduate of the Canadian School of Osteopathy (CSO) Vancouver. She has lived on the North Shore since 2015. Marjorie received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the Université de Sherbrooke, with a concentration on health and physical activity. Marjorie trained as a ballet and contemporary dancer for 15 years and a competitive cheerleader for 10 years. Outside of the clinic she enjoys kayaking, hiking, camping, writing and ballet.
As an osteopathic practitioner Marjorie collaborates with her clientele toward an integrated healthy lifestyle. She aims to restore mobility and functionality, as well as work with the body’s structure in chronic and acute conditions. She has helped people from a broad spectrum of ages, from the newborn to elderly. She looks forward to understanding and achieving your health goals.
Her experience as a Kinesiologist and her thesis “Biotensegrity and the Classical Osteopathic Model,” allowed her to develop an individualized and global approach to clinical osteopathy.
Registered Massage Therapist
Scott has been practicing as an RMT for the past 4 years.
After graduation Scott saw the limitations of massage therapy and decided to advance his manual therapy education and enrolled into the Canadian School of Osteopathy. Scott is currently completing his final year and aims to be licensed by the end of ’23.
Scott comes to North Vancouver via Manitoba and has had an extensive history in health and fitness through sport and personal training. He has built a successful practice treating orthopedic conditions. Scott is specifically interested in treatment of disk injuries and spinal pathologies.
Scott now treats from an osteopathic perspective using massage therapy as his framework.
Suite #206 – 126 East 15th st,
North Vancouver, BC V7L 2P9
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Wednesday 8:30am – 6pm
Thursday 8:30am – 6pm
Friday 8:30am – 6pm
Saturday 9am – 5pm
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