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Our aim at On the Go Osteo™, is to help our clients turn habits and discomfort into an overall healthier lifestyle through treatment, guidance, and willingness. We treat with accountability, communication and compassion to ensure quality care.
We work together with our clients to reach
recovery and an improved lifestyle. ​

What you can expect:


It is important for us to discuss your goals and general health with you. We then conduct a full assessment to establish your session strategy.


Once your personalized session has been established by a practitioner, we maintain a high level of communication to ensure guidance and comfort.


You will receive a specific and personalized progression plan to maintain improvement. We follow up with our clients to inquire on their recovery.




Ann Shivas is the owner and founder of Osteo on The Go™. Ann underwent two knee surgeries from participating at an international level for soccer. During her rehabilitation, she realized her passion for clinical work and completed her studies to become an osteopath and to develop a reputable private practice.

Currently, Ann is currently working on the business of OTGO to provide the best for the clients and welcomes any feedback regarding your treatments at

Specializes in: Precision Health Coaching

Bachelors of Applied Health Sciences
Brock University Masters of Education
Griffith University Diploma of Manual Osteopathy (DOMP) with distinction National Academy of Osteopathy of Toronto, Ontario
Certified by Association RITMA. D.O.#12345


Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner Cheryl adapts every session as every individual is unique and uses a variety of techniques to help with the body`s natural healing processes. She realized her passion for osteopathy after receiving treatments for migraines and TMJ dysfunctions by an osteopath with a background in kinesiology.

Once she completed her bachelor in kinesiology, she continued her studies in osteopathy and integrated both domains to provide optimal treatment plans. Cheryl specializes in musculoskeletal disorders and dysfunctions and with her background in kinesiology, she is able to provide rehabilitation programs. 

She has experience working with individuals of all ages as a personal trainer which aids her in tailoring each progression plan and program for each client. Cheryl continues to expand her knowledge through taking continuing education courses to better serve her clients.

Bachelor of Kinesiology with Nutrition at Acadia University Diploma in Manual osteopathy (DOMP) at National Academy of Osteopathy Associations Société des Ostéopathes du Québec (5040817) National Manual Osteopathic Society (20170821)


Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

During Constance’s first year at the University of Medicine, she heard about Osteopathy. She began to take an interest out of sheer curiosity, then by consulting Osteopaths herself in regards to her shoulder, digestive issues and headaches.

She soon understood, the scope of Osteopathy was broader than a musculoskeletal approach and that there was a place for this in the medical world. During her studies of Osteopathy in France, she was able to work under wonderful professionals who reinforced her passion for my profession. This helped her grow into the Osteopathic practitioner she is today.

For Constance, Osteopathy represents a source of well-being for patients along with bringing awareness to the patient in regards to his/her individual requirements in order to promote healing. She welcomes and treats client by considering the patient as what he/she really is: Unique!

Constance adapts each treatment and understands what the patient requires in regards to emotional and physical state.

A message from Constance:
“It will be a pleasure for me to welcome you and establish the best osteopathic care that suits you best.”

Specializes in: Head discomforts, bodily tensions and stress management

University of Medicine, Nantes France Diploma of Osteopathy (D.O. France) at Institut des Hautes Etudes Ostéopathiques. Certified by AQO – Association Québécoise des Osteopathes D.O.# 18180


Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Alix has had a deep interest in how things work from an early age. Her mother is a medical technologist, she was brought up to be very interested in health as well. Through osteopathy, she combines these two passions into the practice of optimizing personal health and body dynamics.

During a session, she will work with you to remove barriers and relieve tensions that might be causing your discomfort. She will make sure to explain what she is doing and how it will impact your body and give you exercises to maintain your progress throughout your daily life.

Having been working with the Montreal Armada Rugby Club for a few years, she has gained experience with athletes and is well-informed on the treatment of concussions and post-concussion syndrome (PCS). She can also help with various issues, tensions, and issues related to tension in the visceral region.

She believes firmly in a multi-disciplinary approach and will orient you to different professionals when needed. Your safety and progress are her top priority.

For her, osteopathy is about knowing your body and understanding it in order to protect it, nurture it and value it, as it serves you throughout your life!

Bsc. in osteopathy from the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal Sports First Responder
Certified by Ostéopathie Québec, I.O. #171128


Massage Therapist

James completed his massage therapy certification at Montreal’s École Kiné-Concept in 2015 and received his sports certification shortly after.

He also practices deep tissue, fascia therapy and sacro-cranial techniques.

James believes massage therapy should be more than just running through a list of techniques, but listening carefully and responding to what the body says.

He specializes in back and neck pain and particularly enjoys helping athletes reach higher levels of performance, in collaboration with other health professionals.

He is also a student of psychology at Concordia University and is massage therapist for Montreal Armada Rugby Football Club.

I highly

“Extremely friendly and helpful! Really appreciated the work she did on me to fix my hips! Highly recommend. Super convenient for anyone in the downtown core.”
— S. D’Urbano

I learned a great

“I was told by my cousin to go see an osteo. A day after searching on google, I got to see her after some scheduling adjustments. Speaking of her, from first impression, she’s great. You can sense the passion she has for her field and helping her patients. I learned a great deal from my visit. Looking forward to my next visit to see how where I’m at physically and to get more advice and knowledge from her.”
—E. Baluyot


” I’ve had 3 sessions with Cheryl. She was really professional and super nice. She has demonstrated professionalism on several occasions with follow-ups.
Thank you again for this wonderful service. It’s a nice experience.”
— R. Abdalla

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2000 McGill College Avenue
6th Floor, Montreal Quebec
Tel: 514-906-8760