Ulla started her osteopathic training in 2008 and has successfully finished the five year program at the Collége d’Ètudes Osteopathique in Montréal. She successfully defended her osteopathic thesis (The Effects of Osteopathic Scar Tissue Release of Appendectomy Scars on Pelvic Skeletal Asymmetry) to become a recognized Osteopath (manual practice) in May 2015. She believes in a full body approach to wellness and finding the root cause of a problem.
In addition to her clinical training, Ulla has many years of teaching Pilates under her belt and is a certified Stott Pilates and Yamuna body rolling instructor. Ulla graduated from a 2200-hour Massage Therapy program in June 2002.NOVA SCOTIA ASSOCIATION OF OSTEOPATHS (MANUAL PRACTICE) MEMBERS’ STATEMENT:- I am a member in good standing of the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths (NSAO)- As a member of the NSAO, I am not an Osteopathic Physician, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO, formerly Doctor of Osteopathy), nor do I practice Osteopathic Medicine.- In Nova Scotia, Osteopathic Manual Practice is not regulated by the government, however the NSAO is actively seeking government regulation to protect the public and our profession- Osteopathic Manual Practitioners are not members of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia (CPSNS)