Sarah was born in Alma, Quebec but grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Winnipeg. She moved to Calgary in 2021 where she completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the Satellite Campus of the University of Alberta and quickly fell in love the the city, chinooks, and mountains. Sarah has a vested interest in exploring scientific evidence about concussions, TMJ dysfunction, pelvic health, vestibular disorders, and treating all levels of the spine to continue to improve her practice and provide high-quality personalized patient care. Sarah also takes inclusivity and trauma-informed care very seriously and aims to create a welcoming space for people of all ages, genders, sexualities, races, and cultural backgrounds. When coming to see Sarah, you can expect to work as a body detective team, get treatment for symptom relief, and always go home with a plan and a few key exercises.
Sarah has always had a passion for dance having trained in hip-hop and jazz as a teen and later explored social dances such as swing and blues as well as latin dances like salsa, bachata, and meringue. Later, she discovered a new obsession in acrobatics and trained for 6 years in pole fitness, a sister sport to gymnastics, silks, hoop/lyra, and even taught beginner pole levels. While studying physiotherapy, she also discovered the joys of bouldering and hopes to continue to train in bouldering and climbing to one day test her skills out in the beautiful great outdoors of Alberta.