Khouri is a Sports Therapist who graduated from the University of North London’s intensive sports therapy program in London England. Her six-year tenure in England offered exceptional exposure working for professional hockey teams; the London Knights, Slough Jets and the London Racers. She also worked with many players from a number of NHL teams. In addition, Khouri worked within a Multi-disciplinary Sports Clinic where professional rugby players, cyclists, triathletes and everyday athletes were treated. Additional training has been completed with the Paul Chek Institute in San Diego, California, achieved certification in Golf Biomechanics, and focused on Swiss Ball Training.
As an avid sports enthusiast, Khouri understands the desire to return to the passion of sport, and utilizes her skills and knowledge to asses an injury and treat the individual. This is completed in the shortest and safest duration, utilizing sports massage, mobilizations, strengthening and stretching to return the individual to a pain free lifestyle, while promoting prevention of any further injuries.
A healthy community is important to Cor Maximus. Khouri has offered her volunteer services to the North Bay Midget Trappers, the Chippewa Raiders Senior Girls Volleyball team, Nipissing Lakers Hockey team, and has worked with the Canadore Men and Women’s Volleyball teams. Khouri is co-owner of Cor Maximus.
For more information on her degree and qualifications, please visit http://www.society-of-sports-therapists.org/.
After attending high school in North Bay, Dr. Green continued his education at Laurentian University, before heading to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa. Dr. Green graduated from Palmer College in 2001 and immediately entered into a three year post-graduate program in Orthopedics. Working for the college gave him the opportunity to travel the world, providing free care to people in India, Fiji, Bolivia and Brazil. Returning to North Bay in 2004, Dr. Green’s practise now includes a mix of ‘traditional’ chiropractic back and spinal care, as well as a wide assortment of sports, automobile and workplace injuries. He has also been used as an Independent Medical Assessor for insurance companies from around Ontario. As well, Dr. Green has been the team Chiropractor for numerous teams in the North Bay area, including the Nipissing Lakers Hockey Team. In his spare time, he can usually be found riding a bicycle, either in the woods around North Bay or somewhere down a twisty highway. Dr. Green is co-owner of Cor Maximus.
Natalie grew up in a French community outside of Sudbury. She went on to complete her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Ottawa in 2004.
Since, she has been practising as a Registered Physiotherapist in a clinical setting and treating and assessing patients from all ages and conditions/injuries. Her treatment evaluation is based on effective evaluation, special hands on manual therapy, patient education, postural correction, pain management and exercise prescription; all of which, encompasses a holistic approach.
Apart from her work, Natalie has a keen interest in leading an active and healthy lifestyle. Her passion for health, as well as her background in physiotherapy, provides a solid biomechanical basis for treatment of all injuries in order to promote mobility, functional ability and quality of life.
Natalie has been studying Matrix Repatterning over the last 3 and a half years and is fully certified.
After obtaining her high school diploma here in North Bay, Kristina continued her education at College Boreal in Sudbury. Following graduation from the 3 year Massage Therapy program in June 2010, she joined the Cor Maximus team in November 2010.
Kristina has been trained in a variety of techniques including relaxing Swedish massage, hot stone massage and deep tissue massage. She is eager to offer excellent massage therapy care to her clients through comprehensive treatment plans, and is always striving to obtain positive results.
After obtaining her High School Diploma from Franco Cite in Sturgeon Falls, Marissa went on to post secondary education at College Boreal where she completed the 3 year Massage Therapy program in June 2015.
During this time she worked alongside Varsity teams providing Sports Massage for volleyball and swimming athletes. She has trained in Swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic, pregnancy, infant and postoperative massage. Marissa has had the opportunity to work in interdisciplinary clinics where she has learnt the importance of team based therapy for the benefit of client care.
Marissa aims to provide care focused on pain relief, rehabilitation, recovery from injury and relief of aches and pains that limit activities of daily living. She loves problem solving and is looking forward to creating personalized treatment plans for her clients at Cor Maximus.
Margy has been a certified aqua/fitness instructor for over 20 years in the North Bay Area. Margy was more recently certified as a Personal Trainer in 2011.
She has always been an avid participant in team sports such as soccer, baseball, basketball and volleyball.
She continues to educate and keep current in fitness trends. She loves to promote the joy and benefits of physical fitness to all ages and fitness levels. She is a strong believer that mind, body and spirit is the key to success.
Brenda Baxter, Yoga Instructor
Brenda has been a dedicated student of Yoga since 1999. In 2001 she decided she wanted to share her passion for yoga by teaching others. She received her 200-hour certification from Kripalu in Lenox, Mass. in January 2003.
Brenda studied Para Yoga, which is a Tantric approach aimed at helping all students to live life to the fullest and awaken their potential.
‘Yoga enables me to find centre in the midst of turbulence, to build my capacity for joy, creativity and balance in my life. I want to share that with my students.’
Amanda Cooley, Yoga Instructor of Ruby Yoga
Amanda was born and raised in North Bay. She grew up with a love of dance, gymnastics, and soccer.
In 2008, Amanda graduated with her 300-hour yoga certification through The Yoga Studio College of Canada in Calgary, Alberta under the guidance of Senior Iyengar instructors, Rob Walker and Val Petrich. Since 2008, Amanda has trained extensively in various yoga traditions and has over 1000 hours of yoga training.
in 2009, Amanda’s love of travel brought her to yoga ashram in India where she lived, worked and studied Bhakti – the practice of devotion. She strived to intertwine all aspects of Bhakti into her teachings and her everyday life, living her yoga fully on and off the mat.
Teri grew up in North Bay and attended Chippewa Secondary School. Upon completion of her high school diploma, she decided to continue her education in Calgary Alberta. During her 2 and half years in Calgary, she began developing her managerial skills at a local coffee shop. Upon her return home in 2008, Cor Maximus was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to hire Teri to join our team.
Teri began as our front receptionist and has now become our office manager. She continues to organize and manage all of the practitioners and employees within the clinic. She is an integral part of our auto insurance and WSIB accounting and is an expert in our fitness class offerings.
Outside of the office, Teri continues to fully embrace the healthy lifestyle that Cor Maximus encourages through physical activity and diet. She is an avid runner who loves the outdoors.
Kaitlin, originally from North Bay, grew up in Bracebridge Ontario where she obtained her high school diploma from Bracebridge Muskoka Lakes Secondary School. Kaitlin furthered her education at Georgian College graduating from both the Office Administration and Bookkeeping programs. After working in the administrative field in Muskoka, Kaitlin joined the Cor Maximus team in June 2019 after returning to North Bay. Outside of work she enjoys staying active and exploring the outdoors with her two dogs.