Arianne Gosselin, an osteopathic student, believes the body is a vital, living machine, which already possesses everything it needs to self-heal.
Her experience and training have shown her that, when the body is structurally sound, this ability is present and occurring without conscious thought. However, this self-healing ability is hindered when the body’s physical structure becomes impaired.
Arianne practices a classical form of osteopathy using the principles established by the founder of the profession, Dr Andrew Taylor Still.
After completing a thorough assessment, Arianne Gosselin will use a variety of gentle manual techniques to restore motion where motion is lost.
The result is a body that is capable of healing itself because the structure (anatomy) has been restored, which in turn affects the way the body functions.
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Osteopathic Education and Experience
Arianne will complete a four year Master of Practice in Osteopathic Manual Sciences (M.OMSc) at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in April 2019.
She has over 4000 hours of hands-on training as well as an in-depth education in anatomy, physiology and pathology.
Before completing her Masters, Arianne obtained a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics (BSc.HK) from the University of Ottawa.
Arianne Gosselin Outside Of Work
Arianne is passionate about figure skating and healthy eating. She also enjoys other outdoor sports such as cross-country skiing and cycling and loves rejoicing in the beauty nature has to offer.