Robin Stamm completed her Master of Physical Therapy at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada. Thereafter, she received certification in Structural Integration through Tom Myers’ KMI school in Maine.
Prior to entering the medical world through the door of rehabilitation, Robin was an independent yoga teacher and dancer based in Saskatoon. She attended numerous movement trainings across North America and Europe, experiencing first-hand the effects of innovative techniques such as, but not limited to, the Franklin Method, Anti-Gymnastique, and Authentic Movement. Robin is a registered member of the Canadian Physiotherapists Association (CPA), the Nova Scotia College of Physiotherapists (NSCP) and the International Association of Structural Integrators (IASI). In her independent practice, Robin continues to develop and refine her understanding of the human form and its function through her Halifax-based bodywork practice and daily yoga practice.
Robin’s professional areas of interest include assisting adults and children with chronic neurological and musculoskeletal challenges, peri-natal issues relating to movement, holistic and preventative medicine, and empowerment through somatic experience and education. Robin believes that changing the structure can change the person and views her private practice as a means of assisting in the development of human potential. She welcomes all interested to her practice.