Your Health Team

Integrative Movement & Katmah Training is a multi-faceted movement based group of practitioners that believe health doesn’t come in cookie cutter form. Our team of Athletic Therapists and Kinesiologists offer rehabilitation, personal training, health coaching, pain/chronic disease management, and sport first responder services in Manitoba as well as online coaching services for those at a distance.
Our highly trained and passionate practitioners craft plans for each and every client based on that client’s unique needs and goals. Whether you’re recovering from an injury, looking to enhance your athletic performance, develop a plan to combat your chronic pain or health condition, improve you’re lifestyle habits, or just add a fitness professional to your health care team- we’ve got you covered. Our services are coverable by most major insurance companies- including MPI and WCB (conditions may apply).
All our practitioners also have a keen interest in doing educational events for communities, organizations, and corporate events!  Keep scrolling to meet our practitioners!

Kathlyn Hossack BSc. CAT(C) CEO

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Having been an athlete most of her life she was drawn to a career in health where she was able to use the power of movement to improve human health in all it’s facets.

Kathlyn opened Integrative Movement in 2016, and following some entrepreneurial intuition have grown it from a mobile therapy practice she ran out of her car into a multi-location, multi-disciplinary practice across Western Canada.

It became apparent to Kathlyn early on in her career that humans are so much more than just the sum of their parts. All our systems are interrelated, and movement has the power to influence not only our physical and systemic being, but also our mental, emotional, and spiritual being. There is no cookie cutter approach to rehabilitation, training, or health- and every person is different. Pain is the result of something not working properly, but the location of pain is rarely the answer. Each client comes in with different stories and different goals, it inspires her every day to empower them on their path. Kathlyn also owns and consults within RideWell Performance, our equestrian athlete specific branch.

Most recently she has begun her training in Psychosomatic Breathwork under Numa Somatics, and has a special interest in using the combination of this work, movement, and manual therapies in chronic pain and trauma rehabilitation.

She is an avid challenger of her own comfort zone, and take any opportunity to explore the world, different experiences, and challenge boundaries within herself and within others.

She takes clients in St Boniface, Charleswood, Carman/Pembina Valley, and routinely visit Alberta to work with concierge clients.


  • Athletic Therapy, Myofascial Cupping, Myofascial Release techniques
  • Supported Healing Sessions
  • Mindful Movement Facilitation
  • Nutrition Coaching/Habit Based Lifestyle Coaching
  • Personal Training, Online Training and Coaching,
  • First Responder Services
  • Speaking/Educational Events

Lisa Smyrichinsky BSc. CAT(C)


In June of 2015 Lisa graduated from the University of Winnipeg with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Athletic Therapy). She then went on to certify as an Athletic Therapist and holds the designation CAT(C).

Lisa’s passion for health and wellness developed through her involvement in rhythmic gymnastics at a young age. After years of competing at a provincial level, she went on to become a national level coach and judge. While completing her university degree Lisa expanded her experience working with athletes in various sports and began with the University of Winnipeg Wesmen Women’s Volleyball Team. She spent two seasons with Wesmen Volleyball and then continued on to student athletic therapist roles with the Manitoba Soccer Association, West Kildonan Collegiate’s Football Team, and the St. Vital Victorias MMJHL Hockey Team.

Clinically Lisa has had the opportunity to work with individuals with acute and chronic injuries that have been acquired during physical activity, in motor vehicle collisions, and at work. A highlight of her clinical experience was spending a summer in Calgary at the Winsport Medicine Clinic where she assisted with injury rehabilitation of our Canadian Winter Olympic Athletes.

Lisa believes that athletic therapy is for all “athletes” of life. Athletic Therapists are specially trained to assess the musculoskeletal system as a whole and are able to locate deficiencies that cause pain and discomfort. Using primarily manual therapy, soft tissue work, and exercise-based treatment athletic therapy will help get you back to your active lifestyle. Lisa sees clients in St Boniface.

Lisa offers:

  • Athletic Therapy Services
  • Personal Training
  • First Responder Services
  • Group Fitness/Team Training

Brendan Wiebe BSc, CAT(C)


Brendan graduated with his BSc. in Kinesiology from the University of Winnipeg in 2016. He continued on to certify as an Athletic Therapist nationally, receiving the designation CAT(C). Brendan has a passion for the artistic side of the sports world having trained in dance (classical ballet, and jazz) as well as artistic gymnastics and hopes to provide support to athletes in these communities.

Having grown up highly involved in sports Brendan is familiar with the frustration and discomfort of injuries. This understanding has fuelled Brendan’s passion to help people get back to the activities that give them life. During the process of his university degree, Brendan gained experience working with the Wesmen Wrestling teams, AAA City Midget Warriors Hockey, as well as high school volleyball and basketball teams.

In the clinic Brendan works with individuals dealing with both acute and chronic injuries, caused by motor vehicle collision, workplace accident, or physical activity, using a combination of manual therapy techniques and exercise to get them back to play or work.

Brendan believes that an active lifestyle is an important component of long term health and happiness. Athletic Therapists can play a key role in keeping you active for longer as they are specially trained to assess the musculoskeletal system and are able to locate deficiencies and imbalances that can lead to pain and discomfort.

Brendan offers:

  • Athletic Therapy Services
  • Myofascial Cupping
  • Personal Training
  • First Responder Services

Brendan sees clients in St Boniface and Garden City.

Olivia Tefft, B.Kin, CAT(C), FMS, CSEP

190117-Integrated Movement005Olivia graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Manitoba in 2018, and went on to certify nationally as an Athletic Therapist and a Certified Personal Trainer immediately following graduation.

Olivia’s passion for movement began in the dance world, competing and training in ballet, jazz, modern dance and musical theatre for nearly 15 years. During this time she sustained many injuries and began to take an interest in the injury prevention and rehabilitation side of sport. In the summer of 2017, Olivia began a new journey as a competitive triathlete, and observed firsthand the training demands and concerns of the endurance athlete.

On the field, Olivia has worked everywhere from professional hockey, interuniversity soccer and high school football, as well as at major events such as the 2017 Canada Summer Games and the Manitoba Marathon. In the clinic she enjoys working with athletes and community members of all ages and abilities, and applies her knowledge and skills as a personal trainer in both the gym and the clinic. She approaches rehabilitation from the mindset that it is not only important to assess what is causing you pain, but that you leave each treatment with the ability and knowledge to become stronger and more functional than you were before the injury occurred.

Olivia uses both manual therapy techniques such as soft tissue work, cupping and mobilizations, as well as exercise prescription and education to get you moving your best. Olivia sees clients at The Yoga Barre in Charleswood and Movement.FP in the area of the Health Sciences Centre.

Colin Bosc, B. Kin CAT(C)

190117-Integrated Movement020Colin graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology-Athletic Therapy from the University of Manitoba in 2018. He went on to certify as an Athletic Therapist with the CATA in June of 2018. During his time at the University of Manitoba, he worked with the Bisons Football Team as a Head Student Athletic Therapist, as well as with many other high-level athletes.

Growing up, Colin was an active participant in a wide variety of sports and physical activities. This passion led him to pursue a career in athletic therapy, where he enjoys helping clients of all activity levels. He utilizes a variety of rehabilitative techniques such as manual therapy, stretching, and exercise programming to help his clients achieve their goals and return to their ideal lifestyle. He takes pride in ensuring his clients understand what is happening with their bodies and the ways in which it can be addressed.

He also enjoys volunteering his time to support community events with first-aid and athletic therapy services, such as the Manitoba Marathon and high school football games through the WHSFL.

Colin offers:

  • Athletic Therapy Services
  • Personal Training
  • Group Fitness/Team Training
  • First Responder Services

Darrien Cantelo CAT(C), ATC

190117-Integrated Movement009Darrien graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Valley City State University in North Dakota. After certifying as an Athletic Trainer in the U.S, she went on to certify with CATA in June of 2018. In June 2018 she also became a Personal Training Specialist.

Darrien has a special interest in working with post partum clients and pediatrics. She runs our Post Partum Wellness class on Tuesdays in Charleswood!

Darrien offers:

  • Athletic Therapy Services
  • Personal Training
  • Group Fitness/Team Training
  • First Responder Services

Logan Brennan CAT(C), BSc Kin

Logan is a passionate and enthusiastic graduate of the University of Winnipeg Athletic Therapy program. While attending the University of Winnipeg, Logan was also a member of the Wesmen Men’s Volleyball Team. Prior to graduation in June 2018, Logan made the Senior Men’s National Volleyball Team and competed for Canada at the 2018 Pan American Cup in Cordoba Mexico.190117-Integrated Movement002

During university, Logan worked with the Wesmen Men’s Baseball team, the Wesmen Men’s volleyball team and the Fort Gary Senior Men’s Basketball League. He has also worked with a variety of patients during his clinical placements at the University of Winnipeg Athletic Therapy Centre including youth athletes and senior citizens.

Logan grew up in a small community in south west Alberta and was fortunate to be exposed to a number of sports/outdoor activities such as skiing, rodeo, hiking, horseback riding , volleyball, and track and field. Logan moved to Manitoba to pursue his degree in Athletic Therapy while also accepting a volleyball scholarship at the University of Winnipeg. While attending the University of Winnipeg Logan received awards both in his athletic and academic pursuits including a Rhodes Scholar nomination and the U Sports Dale Iwanozsko award for community service and academic achievement.

In his therapy practice, Logan’s goal is to accurately assess injury, determine all potentially contributing factors to the injury, work with the client to form an achievable plan, then above all, guide, motivate, regulate, and communicate with the patient through their entire rehabilitation process. Logan uses a combination of guided exercise prescription and manual therapy to help the patient achieve or surpass their previous level of quality of life.

Currently Logan is working as Integrative Movement’s Community Outreach Coordinator while also training to maintain his status with Team Canada, assistant coaching with the Wesmen Men’s/Women’s Volleyball programs, and assistant coaching the U16 Pirates girls volleyball team.

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