Live with a sense of energy, balance, purpose and well-being

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Sandy Boehnke BScOT, CRM, CPHSA, PYTI-c

Skilled Occupational Therapist with 20 Years of Experience
Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor
Canadian Risk Manager Designation
Certified Level 1-Professional Yoga Therapist

My Story

As an Occupational Therapist, I help individuals find ways they can actively participate in daily activities and connect with others, contribute to their own wellness, the well-being of their families, workplaces and communities in ways that are important to all of us.

Yoga and hiking in the mountains with my family have been two of my passions for over 30 years. I love the strength, flexibility, endurance, balance, being present, connecting with nature, myself and others that come with both.

After injuring my back at work, not being able to complete everyday activities at work and home, join my regular yoga classes and climbing to the top of mountains we love, was a huge loss for me and my family.

With a lot of hard work, amazing support during my rehabilitation, exploring and practicing new ways of caring for myself after treatment ended, pain no longer dominates my life. I am back enjoying yoga, hiking in the mountains, taking care of things at work and home (disliking cold showers I recently figured out how to fix our hot water tank LOL). I am excited about the actions I am taking – being who I want to be, doing what is important to me and living well.

I am very grateful and truly thankful for all the amazing individuals I have meet during my life and along my journey to wellness. It would be an honor to help you with yours. I look forward to hearing from you and working together to:

  • help you live more flexibly with the joys and pain life brings us
  • actively move towards your values and goals
  • improve your physical and mental health
  • create a better life!

"“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”

-Theodore Roosevelt

"Connection is why we’re here; it is what gives purpose and meaning to our lives.”

-Brené Brown