Lindsay Mustard, M.OMSc

Lindsay is a recent graduate of the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy and will be covering Veronique's Maternity Leave as the full-time Osteopathic Manual Practitioner at Osteo Naturel for the next 6-12 months.

"I've always been fascinated with the human body, its design, function, and architecture. Osteopathy created a bridge between my health and wellness background and interwove the mind, body, and spirit into one modality. I've never looked back since!"

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Lindsay’s interest in health and wellness was sparked in high school. She grew up playing every sport under the sun; competitive hockey, soccer, badminton, basketball, volleyball, downhill and cross country skiing - you name it, she played it! Her love for sports and exercise exposed Lindsay to yoga at a young age.  She quickly learned that mobility and flexibility are key components in every training program and that it would help others live a healthier, more mobile and functional life.This led her to complete over 700 hours of Yoga Teacher Training ranging from Yin to Hatha, Vinyasa and Yoga Tune Up. 


From there, she pursued an education in Holistic Nutrition, where she became a Certified Nutritional Practitioner and ran a private practice for 4 years. Throughout that time, Lindsay also coached personal training clients and spin, strength/conditioning and CrossFit Classes while attending the CAO. In 2018, Lindsay obtained her Certified Aromatherapist designation and interwove aromatherapy into her private practice to offer another health tool to her clients. In 2020, Lindsay pivoted her practice to working directly with health-related business, working as a content creator through recipe development, blogging and coordinating giveaways. This opportunity also led her to working at truLOCAL, a Kitchener based start up, as their Social Media Coordinator. In December of 2021, Lindsay founded the Student Osteopathic Resource Council, along with 3 other students, and began working as the team lead to assist in the writing of 5 Osteopathic books alongside their principal, Mr Robert Johnson. In March of this year, Lindsay obtained her designation as a Master in Practice of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences and will begin practicing full-time in April. 


Aside from Osteopathy, Lindsay can often be found working out at the gym, hiking or walking with friends, creating delicious meals in the kitchen, or on the fire ground partaking in a course as she is also pursuing a career in firefighting to pair with Osteopathy. 


I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.