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Jonathan Varghese is a Certifed Rolfer™, a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator (ISMETA), a Wholebody Focusing Trainer, and a Biodynamic Health Practitioner. He is completing his osteopathic studies at the Collège d'Études d'Ostéopathiques in Montreal and is currently integrating traditional osteopathy into his professional practice.

Jonthan essentially helps people from all walks of life and ages who are dealing with injury, physical traumas, movement limitations, growth thresholds, and life challenges.

Jonathan's approach is supported and founded on:

  • a warm-hearted presence
  • an extensively trained neutral listening
  • an appreciation for the natural gifts and resources each client brings.  

Jonathan's practice involves working both hands-on and through observation to help people find their way to healthier outcomes. 

Jonathan also provides educational support and accompaniment for people who want and need to learn how to use movement to support their health and develop a more functional mind-body relationship.

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Jonathan Varghese est thérapeute certifié du Rolf Institute of Structural Integration®; éducateur et thérapeute somatique, membre de l'Association international d'éducation et de thérapie somatique et du mouvement (ISMETA), praticien du Biodynamique Cranio-sacrée, et formateur certifié en Wholebody Focusing du Focusing Institute. Il est en voie de compléter ses études en Ostéopathie au Collège d'Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal et intègre l'Ostéopathie traditionelle dans sa pratique professionnelle.

Jonathan travaille comme thérapeute dans les domaines de la santé, de l'éducation somatique et du mouvement, autant en pratique privée qu'en institution.

Il se trouve privilégie de travailler depuis une dizaine d'années auprès d'une clientèle ayant une déficience neurologique et visuelle.

Il a également exploré divers domaines artistiques et athlétiques, et il a un penchant marqué pour la nature, les lacs et les rivières, ainsi que la montagne.

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Jonathan has consistently received world-class mentorship, training, and professional development that allows his health practice to be relevant, accessible, and useful for people. He was first introduced to Body Mind Centering® (BMC) principles through training with Mark Taylor (former program director for the US school).

Jonathan also participated in one of the first Rolf Mentorship certifications offered by the Rolf Institute® which included movement training based on the teachings of French Rolfer Hubert Godard.

Jonathan has been further influenced by long term research with Candace Loubert (authentic movement), Caryn McHose (Somatic Experiencing), and Kevin McEvenue (Wholebody Focusing).

Music, voice, and movement (from athletic to creative research) have played an important role in Jonathan's life and work. Through on-going explorations over the years with Richard Armstrong, Jonathan Hart Makwaia, and Maud Robarts (among others), Jonathan has developed artistic sensibilities that continue to enrich his health practice.

In the movement world, he has been further inspired by Bonnie Bainbridge-Cohen, Alexandre del Perugia, Susan Harper, David Zambrano,Jaimen Macmillan, and Judith Koltai.

Versed in a diversity of perspectives from different lineages, Jonathan brings a wealth of experience and a multi-dimensional approach to the complementary health field.  

Jonathan has guided water and somatic movement therapy programs for more than a decade. Prior to this, he taught in the domains of physical and health, creative movement, and outdoor education all based on the principles of experiential learning.

Jonathan's health practice at Voie de la Santé is inspired and informed from over a decade of supporting the movement potential of visually and neurologically impaired children in a rehabilitation and educational setting. His somatic approach explores the intrinsic joy, love, and health that we have as humans, no matter how sick or challenged we are.

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À venir.

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Inuit poem by Uvavunk. Photo by Thomas Lohr.

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Poème inuit de Uvavunk. Photo de Thomas Lohr.

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