ensō therapeutics

now offering osteopathy services

Audrey Armand, B.A., D.O.

Audrey is an osteopath and movement coach that has a passion for human movement and education. She is particularly interested in the therapeutic approach of musculoskeletal discomforts in the context of our modern, busy and often sedentary lives. She graduated from the Academy d’Ostéopathie de Montréal with both a clinical exam and dissertation (The evaluation of movement patterns, in the context of the osteopathic clinical examination of non-traumatic musculoskeletal disorders).

Audrey sees the therapeutic relationship as teamwork where the common goal is to foster the individual’s autonomy via therapeutic education, manual therapy and movement. She has been working with the human body for the past 15 years, through her B.A. in contemporary dance, teaching yoga, working with clients one-on-one and continuously learning from multiple movement modalities.

Among other things, her practice is evidence-informed and abides by the biospychosocial model. An eternal student, Audrey is deeply committed to deepening her knowledge so she can support her clients to the best of her abilities. She is a member of RITMA’s Osteopaths Association (insurance receipts available).

What is osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a manual therapy that is supported by in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology, human biomechanics and health sciences in order to assess clients from a whole-body perspective. The osteopath focuses on the mobility and relationships between the different body structures (musculoskeletal, visceral, cranial). Practitioners use numerous manual techniques to restore mobility where needed to improve function and optimize the body’s innate ability for self-regulation. Each session is highly individualized to the client’s specific needs. Since health and quality of life are global phenomena, osteopathy can be a great complementary therapy to medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychology, etc.

What to expect during a session?

  • Sessions last 60 minutes. Hence, there is ample time for a thorough evaluation of the client’s situation, discuss therapeutic goals, provide the appropriate manual techniques, and offer therapeutic education that is specific to the individual.
  • It is recommended to wear sports clothes that allow for movement and easy access to the structures (shorts, sports bra, tank top, leggings). Avoid oversize clothing and compressive garments.


  • Sessions are 95$ (taxes included)
  • Insurance receipts available
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