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Christine Germain

Christine wants to share with the world the therapies that have helped her recover from injury and improve her fitness. To improve her clients’ quality of motion, she observes carefully and analyzes. She is persistently learning new approaches and methods to help clients perform better, recover, and achieve their wellness goals. All her life, Christine has been an active mover: figure skating, synchronized swimming, gymnastics, circus arts, martial arts, and various dance styles from around the world. She credits the Feldenkrais Method as the main reason she was able to pursue an active life after dealing with a severe pelvic injury that occurred from malpractice and a car accident in her early 20s.


She trained as a Pilates instructor specializing in rehab. She had the honour and privilege to work in Sports and Dance Medicine at St-Francisco Memorial hospital in San Francisco, with San Francisco Giants baseball player Hunter Pence, and at the Performance Medicine department of Cirque du Soleil in Montreal. She is currently teaching the Feldenkrais Method for dancers at L’Université du Québec à Montréal.

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Contemporary Dance (2006) 

  • ACSM Certified Personal Trainer (Academy of Sports Medicine, 2007)  

  • Functional Movement System (2008)

  • TRX (Total Body Resistance Exercise) from Fitness Anywhere. (2009)

  • Certified Pilates Instructor- Rehabilitation orientation (Balanced Body, 2009-2013)

  • Masters of Fine Arts-Choreography, Using the Feldenkrais Method as Creative Process

  • Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner (2013)  

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