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Mark Vilela

Registered Massage Therapist, Fascial Stretch Therapist, FRCms, FRsc

Mark has been a professional personal trainer since 2017 and a Certified Fascial Stretch Therapist since 2019. He treats every one of his clients as unique individuals and tailor treatment plans according to their specific goals and lifestyle. He accomplishes this by learning how people move as they go about completing tasks in their daily life and their sport. Mark's passion is to help people live healthier, regain function and move pain-free.

Throughout his professional career, he has had the privilege of working with various individuals, athletes and groups, privately and at various events. Mark was the fascial stretch therapist for the 2019 CCYAA Celebrity Classic Basketball game at the popular outdoor festival in Markham, Night It Up! He was also the preferred fascial stretch therapist for Team Inferno at the North America Police Soccer Tournament (NAPST), which was organized by Peel Regional Police and hosted in Mississauga in 2019. Mark was the preferred fascial stretch therapist for Team Shade at the 2020 Provincial Dodgeball Championships. At the McKesson Canada Annual Wellness Fair in January 2020, Mark provided assessments and tips on movement enhancement. Most recently, Mark has been working with players from the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL).


  • Fascial Stretch Therapist Level 3 + Sports Specific Certified

  • FRC Mobility Specialist

  • Functional Range Assessment Specialist

  • Functional Range Strength Coach

  • Stick Mobility Movement Specialist Certified

  • LifeStretch Certified Instructor

  • DTS Exercise Coach Level 1 Certified

  • Olympic Weightlifting Course Level 1 by Varbonov S.O.W.

  • canfitpro Personal Training Specialist Certified

Joshua Chan

Registered Massage Therapist, FRCms

Joshua is a Sutherland-Chan graduate who is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. He believes in an active approach to rehab and preventative care. Joshua uses a combination of neuromuscular techniques and myofascial release.

Joshua loves moving and it is evident from the roster of sports he has participated in despite how young his athletic age is. Since getting his kickstart in 2013 with dragon boat in Hong Kong, he has explored other sports and modalities such as swimming, crossfit, field hockey, running, cycling, triathlon and currently finds himself chasing down the rabbithole of ultrarunning. He has also had the privilege of coaching dragon boat and land training for the team.

This zeal for movement naturally lends itself to an inherent curiosity of how the body moves and adapts around injuries and restrictions that allow the body to continue to perform. As an extension of this curiosity he decided down the path of becoming a massage therapist so that he can expand his exploration beyond fixing himself so that he can educate and empower people to gain control of their own health and wellness - to adapt and overcome obstacles in their life whether in athletic pursuits or in the daily rigours of life.


  • FRC Mobility Specialist

  • Crossfit Level 1

  • Dragonboat Coach Level 1 (HK)

  • Distance Cycling and Rowing Trainer Level A

  • Marathon Running Prep Coach Level A


Edmond Che


Edmond completed his Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Western Ontario after completing his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo. He was inspired to pursue physiotherapy as a profession after experiencing his fair share of injuries.

Edmond is a firm believer in creating personalized treatment plans to help his clients achieve their goals. His treatment approach consists of manual therapy, therapeutic exercises and education. He takes pride in being a lifelong learner and is interested in pursuing additional certifications in manual therapy and dry needling/acupuncture.


  • Orthopaedic Division AIM Level 1

  • Acupuncture Canada - Dry Needling Level 1

Dr. Tony Lam


Dr. Tony Lam graduated from the University of Waterloo, with a degree in Kinesiology. His strong interest in sports injuries, manual therapy and low back pain led him to pursue a career in chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He is a Rocktape Canada Functional Movement Technique Certified Provider and is trained in the usage of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilizations, myofascial cupping and compression band therapy. Other treatment techniques involve: chiropractic manipulation/mobilizations, acupuncture, functional rehabilitation, muscle release therapy and patient education.
Dr. Lam’s goal as a healthcare practitioner is to improve the health and quality of life in his community by providing evidence-based care that focuses on the physical and mental health of his patients. Inter-professional collaboration is an extremely big part of Dr. Lam’s programs of care and this involves working with massage therapists, acupuncturists, physicians and other clinicians to improve patient outcome. He has experience working with athletes from the Ontario Basketball Association (OBA), Ontario Scholastic Basketball Association (OSBA) and Team Canada Frisbee as well as post-surgical knee, hip and shoulder patients.

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