Monique Savoie-Hébert, RMT

Monique is native of Cocagne, where she lives with her husband and their son. She received her massage diploma in 2007 from the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage in Fredericton, NB. She is a member of good standing with the Association of New Brunswick Therapist and The College of Massage Therapists of New Brunswick.

At an early age, Monique was introduced to sports and was part of several competitive teams for ringuette and soccer. She became aware of the importance of taking care of her body and maintaining a healthy balanced lifestyle both physically and mentally. Later in life, Monique realized the value of having mindfulness when trying to understand certain physical symptoms that could arise not only from injury, but could also relate to many emotions we experience.

This approach is what brought an interest in yoga, therefore Monique obtained her 200 hour certification from the Atlantic Yoga Teacher Training course in Dartmouth. This practice is incorporated in her massage treatments due to the importance of self care, listening to your body’s needs and how important it is to observe and take time to focus on our breathing.

Monique is a firm believer in trying to go back to the essentials of life. As a massage therapist, she will always treat you with compassion and dedication to get you feeling better and having a positive outlook on your health.
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Caroline LeBlanc has is the founder of St-Antoine Physio Vie Active, and has 14 years of experience as a Physiotherapist. She graduated with Honours from the University of Ottawa in 2006. Since the beginning of her career, Caroline has been passionate about physiotherapy. Her dream has always been to open a practice in her native village of Saint-Antoine.

Throughout her youth, Caroline has always been very athletic. She has competed in cross-country, played soccer, ringette and also did competitive cycling. She made it all the way to the Canada Games in 2001, in London, Ontario, competing in cycling and mountain bike racing. This gave her a particular interest in working with athletes.

After graduating from university, she decided to volunteer with the Flyers of Moncton, the Midget AAA hockey team for the Moncton region, for 6 years and 1 year beforehand with Les Intrépides de Gatineau, the Midget AAA hockey team of that region. She has also volunteered for different sporting events (tennis, speed skating, soccer, volley-ball, and others). She is very knowledgeable regarding sports injuries and knows how important it is for athletes to return to the sports they love as soon as possible, but in a safe way.

Caroline is also trained in the treatment of vestibular disorders. This includes dizziness, vertigo, balance issues, and sensitivity to movement. The people who suffer these symptoms can see their quality of life diminish, and they benefit, often very quickly, with these treatments. With 10 years of experience treating this clientele, she has developed indispensable knowledge and experience to treat these issues, at times quite complex.

Caroline has a special interest in treating pregnant women. Having gone through 2 very painful pregnancies, both requiring her to stop working 1 month before the deliveries, she knows very well the impact that pain can have on the quality of life and function of a pregnant woman.

After having an emergency c-section for her first child, and a natural birth for her second, she has gone through 2 very different experiences. This helps her appreciate the difficult situations that pregnant women can go through. After going through these experiences herself, she decided to increase her knowledge regarding the treatment of pregnant and post-partum women. She has taken courses in RÖST therapy, which are treatments specific for this population. These techniques are very effective and can improve the quality of life and functional capacity of pregnant and post-partum women.

Caroline has a very personal approach, with compassion and empathy. She has a “hands on” approach, and does her best to offer you the most pleasant experience possible.
Marilyne Doucet B.Sc.Kin, CAT(C)

Originally from Buctouche, Marilyne holds a degree in Kinesiology from Université de Moncton as well as an Athletic Therapy degree with honours from Sheridan College in Ontario.

Her passion for sports and the human body stems from a number of years as an athlete, predominantly in ringette and soccer. Marilyne participated in the 2011 Canada Games in Halifax as part of the New Brunswick ringette team and was part of the Atlantic Attack team with the National Ringette League.

As a Certified Athletic Therapist, Marilyne’s goals are to help people with different lifestyles achieve their goals and return to doing the things they love. Her hands-on approach, patient education regarding their injury, and creating a treatment plan that works for her clients are some of the methods that allow Marilyne to be successful as a therapist.

Marilyne enjoys giving back to her community, especially that of ringette, where she was part of the medical team at the 2019 Canada Games in Red Deer, Alberta as well a the 2019 Alberta Winter Games in Airdrie, Alberta.

As a Athletic Therapist, Marilyne treats musculoskeletal injuries as well as concussions. She has a great interest in concussions and providing different approaches such as CranioSacral Therapy techniques.

Marilyne ensures that you’re implicated and motivated in your treatment plan which results in your long term success.

About us

St-Antoine Physio Vie Active Inc. was founded by Caroline LeBlanc, physiotherapist. Located in the heart of the town of St-Antoine, our mission is to offer local residents and surrounding areas with physiotherapy services of the highest quality.
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