Whether you’re new to MYo Lab or one of our weekly warriors, our Member Services team is your gateway to health and wellness. Meet the folks who will happily greet and guide you through your journey at the Lab.
Sinead grew up in Freeport, Bahamas, and moved to Canada in 2015 to study Business Administration at Niagara College in Ontario. A few years prior, her sister was diagnosed with juvenile arthritis. Seeing what physical therapy has done for people, such as her sister, that suffer from chronic pain gave her a deep appreciation for the medicine of movement. Working at MYo is a perfect fit for her personal values, passions, and her diverse background in customer service.
Outside of the clinic, you can find her sipping a cup of tea and reading a good book or taking a trip to the theatre to watch a movie. She enjoys helping others, learning about different cultures, and discovering new things.
Tamber played hockey for Notre Dame, Carleton University, and OSC Eisladies in Berlin, Germany. Through many years of playing the sport, she understands the importance of treatment modalities that support the recovery and growth.
While having more time to slow down and think during 2020, she decided to start pursuing a new career path aligned with her personal values of health and wellness. Through exploring the mind-body connection she has learned the importance of taking a holistic and integrated approach.
She loves connecting to and having conversations with people and has a background in customer service. Accordingly, with the people, culture, and values of MYo Lab, she sees it as the perfect fit.
Hannah gained an interest in health and wellness through seeing the physical and mental rewards of taking care of your mind and body. Hannah loves to stay active by going to the gym, doing yoga, running, biking, and hiking.
In her previous experience working in customer service and studying communications, she discovered how much she enjoys helping others and engaging with the community. She decided to pursue her values of getting to work closely with others, as well as maintaining the importance of health and well-being.
When she’s not at the clinic, you can find Hannah staying active, reading a good book, listening to music, or playing the piano.
Tasia went to the University of Calgary where she studied history and volunteered for a philanthropic organization. She also participated on various committees. She has also spent the past 5-6 years dedicated to helping her community in different customer services roles.
About 5 years ago Tasia sustained a minor sprain in her neck which kick-started her passion for health and wellness. After her injury, she went through various treatments to improve her overall mobility and ability. With that she gained an overall appreciation and respect for rehabilitation therapies.
In her spare time, you can find Tasia working on her various hobbies such as digital art and nail curation, whenever she isn’t enjoying her hobbies, you’ll find her cozying up with a glass of wine and her dog Aiko.
Lena went to the University of Calgary where she studied Honours Biomedical Science. While there, she completed her Thesis investigating virus induced tumorigenesis. She has always been interested in health and wellness as reflected in both her degree and dancing competitively growing up.
After working in a laboratory setting throughout her undergrad, Lena found value in switching paths to finding a career that involved working closely with others and helping those around her. She followed this passion and gained experience in busy clinical settings, coaching children, and becoming a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary and Area.
Outside of the clinic, Lena is likely out at a new restaurant, trying (and failing) to tire out her dog Frodo, dancing like nobody’s watching, or spending hours building Lego.