General Meeting: Tuesday December 3rd – Dr. Mark Bubbs – Naturopath

Our guest this evening will be Dr. Mark Bubbs and he will be discussing the effects of stress.

Dr. Marc Bubbs N.D. has been working with athletes and active people for almost a decade. As a Naturopathic Doctor and Strength and Conditioning Coach, Marc focuses on the integration of health and exercise, believing that movement is the best medicine. He focuses on a holistic approach, using a combination of traditional Eastern and cutting-edge Western medicine to meet his client’s health and performance goals. Marc spent several years working in London, England as a personal trainer and strength coach for business executives and competitive athletes. He currently works as a sports medical consultant at Laylor Performance Systems and Canada Basketball.

Marc is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Since finishing his studies, he has completed advanced training in Intravenous Therapeutics and Sports Nutrition to optimize his client’s health and training goals. He uses a variety of treatments to help athletes and active people improve their performance, productivity and speed recovery from injury. Marc is a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors and is fully licensed to practice as a naturopathic doctor in Ontario. In addition to his training as an ND, Marc is a certified strength and conditioning coach, yoga instructor, spinning coach, and pilates instructor.

Everybody is welcome to attend at 6:30 PM in The Office Pub (Adelaide / John St.) on the 2nd floor.

To RSVP, please follow the link.

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