Hi everyone! My name is Jasmine Sadler, RMT, DSCo, D.O.M.P.. I am a Registered Massage Therapist and Osteopathic Manual Practitioner with over ten years of experience. I am the founder and center proprietor of Unwind Osteopathy & Massage. Through years of dedication and care I have created a practice that prioritizes and treats patients through massage and osteopathy.
I stumbled upon osteopathy in my early 20s. I suffered a career limiting hip injury after being thrown from a horse; training for the Olympics. I spent years fighting feelings of frustration and disappointment with the lack of help, empathy and education within the healthcare system and traditional dead-end solutions. My journey towards healing and health began when I found osteopathy. My personal results and experiences gave me the desire to educate, treat and support patients as they are empowered to gently correct and heal their bodies.
In my spare time, I enjoy an active life full of travel, animals, and food. I especially enjoy researching new and innovative ways of eating healthy. I live by a holistic philosophy that all things in our life are integrated and impact one another. I have found that there are many paths to health, joy and wholeness. I bring all these passions to my practice and use them to help patients achieve their goals.
My love and specialities are treating infants and their pre/post obstetric mothers and children of all ages including children with health challenges and disabilities. My clinic is diverse with patients from all walks and stages of life. My experiences and education give me the confidence to treat any patient who seeks help through my clinic.
I am committed to continual professional development. I have complete specialized courses to enhance my treatment outcomes including Women’s Health with Professor Renzo Molinari, Osteopathy and Obstetrics with Dr. Stephen Sandler, Human Embryology, The Growing Skull and the Injured Child with Dr. Anthony Chila, and Three Cranial Vertebrae: The Pioneering Work of Dr. Charlotte Weaver with Dr. Margaret Sorrel. I believe in nurturing future osteopathic manual practioner in the same way I have been mentored. I volunteer as a thesis juror at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. I enjoy helping young thesis writers in their journey towards being licenced practitioners. I have served on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners and am a member of good standing with the association.
BBA 2003 Wilfrid Laurier
Honours Diploma of Massage Therapy 2007 Canadian Therapeutic College
Registered Massage Therapist 2007 Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario
Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Practitioner 2012 Canadian College of Osteopathy
The Effects of the CV4 Technique on Thoracic Respiration as Measured by a Capnograph Thesis Defence 2015 Canadian College of Osteopathy and awarded The Louisa Burns, DO award for the advancement in Osteopathic Research